Good Food at The Grazing Goat London

The Vibe

The Grazing Goat is a pub & Hotel in the heart of Marylebone, just a 10 minute stroll from Marylebone station.

With outside pavement seating for the sunnier days, inside has a warm, rustic feel. This was the perfect place for our family get together of 16 people, adults, children, dogs, you name it all are welcome

The pub was filled with atmosphere, the staff were extremely helpful and welcoming and the seasonal menu looked delicious.

Deliciousness

Due to the size of the party we were offered 3 set menus prior to the day to then chose one menu for our party.

Each menu looked delicious and all were at different set prices, so you could spend as much as you wished.

To start I chose the Beetroot soup with Apple & Horseradish. I was unsure if this would be a hot or cold, but it turned up piping hot and was full of the sweetness of beetroot with a wonderful kick from the horseradish to tantalise the tastebuds.

Next was the Grilled Hake with Lobster Sauce, a sumptuously rich sauce went delightfully with this crispy skinned fish. It really was a plate full of goodness.

I didn’t have dessert, but most of the party had the Cookie and Cream which was an indulgent mix of a cross between a cookie and chocolate brownie with peanut butter and ice cream.

Accessibility for my Wheels – Pretty Damn Good

A small lip into the front door and then flat wooden flooring throughout the bar/restaurant area.

Some of the tables are high enough and accessible for wheelchairs to get under.

There is a good sized disabled toilet but there are no bars around the toilet which can make transferring a little tricky

Pooches Allowed? – Yes

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