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The Goat

66 Battersea Rise
SW11 1EQ
Phone: 02073500349
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Bus Stop(, ) Clapham Junction Northcote

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john gray left this review about The Goat

Liked the style of this pub with a bright upstairs gallery.Shame about the beer.Only Doombar on in tepid condition.

On 19th October 2013 - rating: 6
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Steve C left this review about The Goat

The Goat is a large two floored pub with seating upstairs and a bar and seating downstairs. A gastro menu is available and the mains start at around £10 a dish, but there are various meal deals and promotions throughout the week which brings the price down. A premium draught range is available from the bar which also supports three hand pumps. The cask ales available during my recent Friday afternoon visit were Sambrook’s Junction, UBU Purity and Sharp’s Doom Bar.
I didn’t note the presence of any televisions, but there was some low rock music playing in the background.

This place was very quiet compared to its peers and I didn’t see anything in here that would have me rushing back. There’s nothing really wrong with the place, I just found it a little dull.

On 2nd July 2013 - rating: 5
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Rex Rattus left this review about The Goat

This building used to be a Temperance Billiards Hall, with the signage for it stll in place above the entrance. I gather that snooker legends Tony Meo and Jimmy White frequented it. I've walked past this place on numerous occasions, but ventured inside for the first time on Wednesday afternoon. The layout is a bit unusual in that there is little happening on the ground floor. When you enter you either go downstais to the main bar area, or upstairs to some more seating. Obviously I chose to descend rather than ascend. Naturally somewhere that used to be a 17 table billiard hall has to be quite large inside, and in fact it is much larger than it looks from the outside. It's mainly furnished with normal tables and chairs but with its fair share of sofas, and in fact is quite comfortable although little natural light seeps into the downstairs bar.

They had on Sharp's Doom Bar and Sambrook's Junction (£1.80 half), with Purity a UBU clip reversed. The tables all had single page printed menus on them. The food's not particulary cheap, with a handmade burger and chips weighing in at £9.75. Overall it's not a bad place, albeit a bit 'spoons-like in appearance. I could have done without the loud pop music though. With both The Falcon and The Eagle Ale house nearby I don't expect to make a return visit.

On 14th January 2013 - rating: 5
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23rd Oct 2014, 16:50
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23rd Oct 2014, 16:50
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  • Real Ale : Yes last updated 29 July 2013 by Dave McNally

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