Italian style restaurant on the ground floor, DJ bar DRINK on the first floor, and the Chelsea Prayer Room. Home of The Old Fashioned Cocktail Club – master classes held every Wednesday and Thursday.
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We offer a 25% discount until 9pm throughout December to all emergency services including the NHS, Fire services, and the Police.
Every Wednesday from 5pm, local residents (SW3, SW6, SW7, SW10) are invited to take advantage of a 50% discount on food! T’s and C’s apply, registration and booking necessary.
Every Saturday from 12pm and Sunday from 3.30pm enjoy our Bottomless Brunch for £40 per person.
Our Italian style menu has been carefully crafted by our chefs to make sure that at the same time as being creative, we provide something for everybody. Please have a look at our menu and discover our amazing wood-fire pizzas, gorgeous grilled meats and fish, side dishes to die for, imaginative main course salads, and of course, inspired desserts.
Scroll down to view our menu and wine list list – from gorgeous accessible wines to a lovely selection for that special occasion, and of course a taster of our famous cocktails…
Large group dining available (26 people maximum). Scroll down for more details.
We host a Kids Club every Sunday lunchtime – scroll down for more details.
You 4 – legged friends are welcome here at GOAT – we even have organic Lily’s Kitchen dog treats on the menu!
We offer a 25% discount until 9pm to all emergency services including the NHS, Fire services, and the Police.
Happy Fridays 2-4-1 on all drinks by the glass in the bars upstairs including cocktails and champagne 5pm-7pm!
A beautiful cocktail bar located on the 1st floor of Goat with an old pulpit for the DJ’s to play from every weekend.
Hosts the Old Fashioned Cocktail Club, our weekly cocktail masterclass, every Wednesday and Thursday.
Private hire available – capacity 130 people.
CHELSEA PRAYER ROOM
Entry: protected by an ever-changing code
Location: hidden within GOAT
Purpose: cocktails, cocktails, cocktails… Indulge in our A-Z of classic cocktails – go through the alphabet and every 10th cocktail is on the house – we will even keep your personalised stamped menu for you behind the bar to keep track!
Call 020 7352 1384 to reserve a table.
Check in at reception upon arrival and you will be escorted to the door and given the passcode for that evening.
Private hire available – capacity 45 people.
There are no upcoming events at this time.
333 FULHAM ROAD
LONDON, SW10 9QL
12pm – 10.30pm
with a full menu
Saturday 11am – 10.30pm
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday – subject to bookings.
Thursday 9pm-1am, Friday 5pm – 1am, Saturday 3pm – 1am
Chelsea Prayer Room
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 5pm – 1am, Friday & Saturday 7pm – 1am
COCKTAIL 365 BLOG
New Year’s resolutions can be boring, and tough to stick to, I’ve failed on many a resolution, even 2014’s ‘drink more bourbon’. I decided that 2018 would be different.
I love cocktails, ever since my first job as a barback in a busy Auckland bar in 1992 I’ve always been in awe of them, I suspect that like all people my age working in hospitality it has something to do with that wonderful Tom Cruise film Cocktail.
I moved to London in 1997, and was lucky enough to work at Pharmacy in Notting Hill with Dick Bradsell, the person I would credit with re-inventing cocktails in London, if not the world in the late 90’s. On starting here everything was like nothing I’d seen before, beautiful glassware, brightly coloured drinks, exotic names, amazing bar staff, lots of fresh fruit and puree’s, it was like stepping into Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory.
I remember at an early cocktail training session with Dick asking what would be a good cocktail book to buy, he suggested David Embury’s ‘the Fine Art of Mixing Drinks’, which had been out of print for decades. I picked up my copy after a hunt, and loved how relevant, witty and opinionated it was.
We started running cocktail classes at Goat in 2013, and I soon remembered the words of David Embury on tequila halfway through a class, ‘at a pinch it might be used in a cocktail’ and ‘in general however, the only liquor I have ever tasted that I regard as worse than tequila is slivovitz’.
I started opening the books again.
What I quickly realised is that there were a lot of ‘classics’, and accompanying drinks in these books I had never tasted or had forgotten how, or never actually made. There was decades of knowledge of flavour combinations and techniques I was behind on.
And so came my idea of a new year’s resolution, in 2018 I will try a different ‘classic’ cocktail from these old books, every day for a year.
The Bon Vivants Companion or How to Mix Drinks – Jerry Thomas 1928 edition
Old Waldorf Bar Days – Albert Stevens Crockett 1931
The Fine Art of Mixing Drinks – David Embury 1953 British edition