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Goat Tavern
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Address: 3 Stafford Street, London, W1S 4RP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 11355) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Green Park (0.2 miles), Piccadilly Circus (0.3 miles), Oxford Circus (0.5 miles)

Nearest train stations London Charing Cross (0.8 miles), London Victoria (1 mile), London Waterloo (1.4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.7/10 (rated by 24 users)
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This is was pub number 3 we arrived here around 6.15pm after the very disappointing Running Footman and it was busy outside but almost empty inside.

I’m sure I’ve been here before but I cannot remember much about my visit and it would almost have certainly been more than 10 years ago.

Now a Taylor Walker pub with 4 hand pumps offering 3 ales, Portobello Brewing Co Westway Pale Ale, Greene King London Glory and Sambrook's Scrumdown. The Westway Pale Ale was very good, served to me by a very surly looking Eastern European barmaid, I reminded her that smiles don’t take much effort but this fell on deaf ears.

Internally there are stained glass mirrors & stained glass door panels, an attractive brass & wooden bar top and a very cosy feel.

Smoking is allowed to the front of the pub where they are heaters above to keep people warm.

An attractive pub, decent ale and surly bar staff what more do you want from a Central London boozer.
lezford - 17 May 2016 13:43
Granted Friday night in early summer isn't the best time to visit but I found this to be pretty listless and unremarkable in truth. Upstairs tables were reserved (a golden rule of avoidance if ever there was one). Nice that it hasn't been overly modernised but there is little reason to come here.
BoehmBawerk - 18 May 2013 10:47
Pleasantly small, and quiet enough for a proper conversation. Helpful guvnor.
16jamesdoc - 18 Jul 2011 09:37
Nice small pub on Stafford St which although yards from Bond St is in a quiet part of Mayfair. It is a small narrow pub with mostly dr furnishings and decor. It has an intimate atmosphere and a TV mounted on the wall near the front of the pub that was showing Sky Sports news when I was in. A dining area is located up on the first floor.

Ales on offer were Pride, Broadside, Youngs London Gold and Doom Bar which while perfectly acceptable does not compete with one or two of the Nicholsons pubs nearby.

I liked this pub and it was ideal for a quiet afternoon drink. It is probably more unpleasantly crowded in the evening but I quite liked this place.
murgatroyd - 9 Nov 2010 22:32
Small, and quite quiet, but no bad thing. Hard-working chap behind the bar. Served a decent Guinness and a good Young's Bitter. Only two hand pumps on when I went in there, the other being Greene King IPA. Pub across the road was much busier, as others have said!
dynamiteninja - 20 Apr 2010 19:13

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