The Goat Description
The Goat is situated on the junction of Northcote Road and Battersea Rise, next to Englands busiest railway station Clapham Junction. The Goat sits on the site of the old Temperance Hall that boasted 21 billiards tables, the original frontage can still be seen with the most prominent feature being the tower which can be seen from the top of Battersea rise and when you arrive through the main doors don't forget to look up!
Once inside walk down the main staircase to discover the bar area, which is a large open space, this leads to the back of the bar where you can see their striking mural, created by a local street artist. If you a looking for a slightly different occasion when you enter the bar look to the right and follow another staircase up to the restaurant .
Customer Reviews for The Goat
Average (based on 2 votes): 2 Atmosphere: Value: Quality:
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“This place used to be some dingy O'Neills type place full of sports fans and shouting. Then they got rid of the TVs and started playing some decent tunes instead. Now it's got a much more relaxed atmosphere. If you want to go and have a decent afternoon pub meal with relatively inexpensive wine on a weekend without the intrusion of football or rugby, you can look no further than The Goat. It's almost unique in that respect. And boys, a tip for you, because of the lack of sport and the comfortable surroundings, this one is particularly popular with the ladies. I'll leave the rest to you.”
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Leigh, Tooting (9 years 4 days ago)
“The Goat has managed to set itself apart from the rest of the standard pubs located along Northcote Road.
It has a rather eclectic interior design fashion, but nothing too over the top. The bar was not overly busy when we arrived, the service was good albeit rather slow.
There was also the issue of the over zealous glass/plate collector who seemed intent on taking half empty bottles of wine away!
The food was hearty and there was a good menu even catering for the veggies amongst us.
A good place to chill out on a sunday and while away the Sunday fear with a nice bottle of red or two! ”
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Em, London (11 years 2 months 14 days ago)
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- Cuisine Type: Eclectic
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