GOAT Chelsea 1

333 Fulham Road , London, SW10 9QL

020 7352 1384

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SquareMeal Review of GOAT Chelsea

Storming its way onto the Chelsea scene, this former boozer has been transformed into a “swish, Sloane-popular behemoth” comprising an all-day restaurant, cocktail bar and lounge, plus a huge number of terraced tables – all courtesy of the team behind nearby hotspot Boujis. Three floors of distressed-chic interiors are a mishmash of carefully sourced architectural salvage, so start things off with a fruity Cherry Blossom Bellini amid the pop of Prosecco corks in the upstairs bar. The kitchen’s take on Italian inspired food is in tune with the times, opening with the likes of beef carpaccio, truffle, frisee, fava beans, pecorino or sea bass, miso, baby spinach, fennel, pomodori secchi, imaginatively topped pizzas, rib-eye tagliata, 28 day aged, rocket, pecorino or dorset cab linguine with salsa verde, fava beans. Afterwards, lucky guests might even be allowed into The Chelsea Prayer Room – Goat’s secret 1920s speakeasy.

GOAT Chelsea is recommended for

Buzzy | Cool | Group Dining 8 Plus | Bottomless Brunch

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Gloucester Road Tube Station 917m

South Kensington Tube Station 953m


Address: 333 Fulham Road , London SW10 9QL

Area: West Brompton

Opening times

Mon-Fri 12N-11pm Sat-Sun 11am-11pm

Nearby Landmarks

Cineworld Fulham Road 89m

Kings Road 412m


Telephone: 020 7352 1384


Cuisine: Italian

Private Dining: 20, 45


Food & Drink: 7.0

Service: 6.0

Atmosphere: 8.0

Value: 4.0

Food & Drink: 3.0

Service: 2.0

Atmosphere: 3.0

Value: 1.0

Paula H. 11 April 2013

A solo lunch at Goat, and WOW, the decor is wonderful. My lunch was good, yummy bread and butter, pizza, heavenly tomato salad using specially sourced Natoora tomatoes. With a small beer and small glass of wine the bill came to £25 which was a little steep, and I won't go again unless they do a special lunch offer. No wi-fi and they could do with an extra waiter.

Food & Drink: 3.0

Service: 4.0

Atmosphere: 5.0

Value: 3.0

Isabella E. 11 April 2013

This place has recently been refurbished into a funky cocktail DJ bar and Pizza East style restaurant. Food was lovely, I tried the yummy guanciale pizza with soft boiled egg and my friend had a gorgeous lobster salad of which I was very jealous! We shared the famous peanut butter cheesecake,divine! and then we continued the night in the very glamourous bar upstairs for some cocktails. Crackbaby shots are very moreish…one is simply not enough! I'd recommend this place if you want to eat and party in one venue, it's a bit pricey but hey this is Chelsea Beach!

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Goat boasts a private space to suit every occasion. For a cosy, intimate meal, diners can hire The Crypt private dining room (seats 24); for drinks receptions, the Chelsea Prayer Room bar has its own speakeasy-style secret entrance and can accommodate 45 standing (seats 30). For larger parties, guests can hire GOAT’s main bar (maximum 60, minimum spend £30 per head), while the lower mezzanine is perfect for small stand-up drinks parties or larger group dinners (seats 30, 50 standing).

The Crypt
Capacity: 20
The Chelsea Prayer Room
Capacity: 45