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The Grazing Goat

Marylebone, London

Country-style pub with rooms and fabulous food, in a peaceful neighbourhood close to some of London's best shops

It’s the quiet ones you need to watch. So when The Grazing Goat opened in December 2010 without fuss or fanfare, and quickly became popular through word of mouth alone, we knew we’d found a gem. Set in Portman Village, a brief stroll from Marble Arch tube, this gastro pub with rooms doesn't have the most obvious London location. And yet... It's a 5-minute walk from Hyde Park or Selfridges, and 10 minutes from the stylish shops and eateries of Marylebone High Street. Sit out front with a G&T on a sunny evening, and you feel you’re in on a central-London secret.

Wander inside to the buzzy bar propped up by locals, or upstairs to the welcoming dining room. There are oak tables, fishing prints, pots of orchids. Large wicker lampshades hang over tables for 2-10 and a fire burns in winter. But it’s the food that steals the show. A mix of classy British fare and traditional gastro fodder, everything tastes superb.

Up more stairs, the 8 rooms are comfy with sleigh beds, muted colour schemes and oak panelling; the decor isn't overly exciting but they are surprisingly large. You get mini hydrangeas in a pot, quirky lamps and rain showers. But best of all you get quiet, even when downstairs hums with life.

Guest Ratings

Room:
90%
Food:
96%
Service:
89%
Value:
85%
Overall:
90%

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Highs

  • Staff are wonderful - warm, welcoming, helpful
  • Excellent food. A massive cut above your average gastro-pub fare (think scallops, quails, rabbit pie), and all beautifully presented with an excellent wine list to match
  • Superking beds clad in crisp linens ensure a deep sleep
  • Great location for shopping and an easy stroll to Marble Arch and Bond Street tube stations; you can zip about London with ease
  • Perfect for independent types who know the city and don't need hand-holding

Lows

  • No formal reception, though you do get a number to call should you have a problem / need a concierge
  • The decor all feels a bit new. As it ages, it will get better
  • Sound carries in the dining room, so if you’re next to a lively group or a particularly noisy individual, you’ll know about it
  • Our room got rather hot during the night due to the towel rail - switch it off before bed
  • Popular with business guests; lots of informal meetings are held in the bar and dining room

We loved the 'Country Living' interior...        

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Save to favouritesPrintMailThe Grazing GoatIts the quiet ones you need to watch. So when The Grazing Goat opened in December 2010 without fuss or fanfare, and quickly became popular through word of mouth alone, we knew wed found a gem. Set in Portman Village, a brief stroll from Marble Arch tube, this gastro pub with rooms doesn't have the most obvious London location. And yet... It's a 5-minute walk from Hyde Park or Selfridges, and 10 minutes from the stylish shops and eateries of Marylebone High Street. Sit out front with a G&T on a sunny evening, and you feel youre in on a central-London secret. Wander inside to the buzzy bar propped up by locals, or upstairs to the welcoming dining room. There are oak tables, fishing prints, pots of orchids. Large wicker lampshades hang over tables for 2-10 and a fire burns in winter. But its the food that steals the show. A mix of classy British fare and traditional gastro fodder, everything tastes superb. Up more stairs, the 8 [r:UK114:rooms] are comfy with sleigh beds, muted colour schemes and oak panelling; the decor isn't overly exciting but they are surprisingly large. You get mini hydrangeas in a pot, quirky lamps and rain showers. But best of all you get quiet, even when downstairs hums with life.

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