Grazing Goat

Marble Arch
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Another proficient operation from the Cubitt House group – the people who brought us elegant spots such as the Thomas Cubitt and Pantechnicon Rooms in Belgravia, and the Orange Public House in Pimlico. Marble Arch may seem a bit north for them, but this is Portman Village, where their contemporary country house look goes down as smoothly as a glass of champers.

Certainly, this ex-pub is not a destination for real ale enthusiasts (Deuchars IPA the only tap beer on our visit); the wine list is well chosen, but the prices are West End-high, with £18 the starting point for bottles of pinot grigio and merlot. There’s also a choice of ten cocktails, as well as fresh juices including watermelon, and an apple, lemon and lime combo.

Food is mostly British, with plenty of French and Mediterranean influences, though, refreshingly, this is a chorizo-free zone. You’ll find a ploughman’s, roasts (with suppliers name-checked), and a lamb and rosemary pie, but also the likes of seared scallops with cauliflower, fennel and saffron dressing, and stuffed courgette flower with goat’s cheese and tomato and basil. Breakfast sounds a treat, with own-made muffins and granola, blueberry pancakes and the expected full english (including black pudding) and eggs benedict.

Venue name: Grazing Goat
Address: 6 New Quebec Street
Opening hours: Bar Open 7.30am-11.30pm Mon-Sat; 7.30am-10.30pm Sun. Breakfast served 7.30-11.30am, meals served noon-9.30pm daily. Restaurant Lunch served noon-3.30pm, dinner served 6-9.30pm daily
Transport: Tube: Marble Arch tube
Price: Both Main courses £10.50-£21.50

Average User Rating

4.4 / 5

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Lucy A

YUM. Had such great food here. And it looks pretty cool inside. My friends and I will definitely be back as it is close to our offices. Staff were really sweet too. 

siobhan thorpe

Fabulous food and excellent service from this delightful pub. We had a work Christmas dinner here and the everything was fantastic.


Visited last week with a party of 6. Table was 15 minutes late being ready for us. Atmosphere decent; Food mediocre (staff had to be prompted as parts of order were missing and average-quality ingredients/taste), desert better than main; service stretched; I'd say around 40% over-priced. We won't be back.


I ate at the Grazing Goat on a thursday night and thought it was fabulous. The Beefeater menu comment by the reviewer is a travesty. The food is unashamedly English and perhaps even a little retro but it is spot on. Judging by how busy it all was, I think it is a huge success.

Emma Mann

What a wonderful venue! The staff is very welcoming, the food authentic and homemade and there's always a great buzz at The Grazing Goat! No matter if it's a quick lunch or Sunday Rost, The Grazing Goat rocks and we are very glad such an amazing place opened in our neighbourhood!