So glad we stopped here for dinner, rather than braving one of the uninspiring chain restaurants on the high street. The staff were genuine, friendly, efficient, and kind to everyone who came in. Even the lady asking for chips (“just pie and mash, love!”) was directed enthusiastically to the nearest chippy. Top mash, great liquor... but I didn’t really enjoy my pie all that much. It had a slightly strange flavour. At £9 for a beer, veggie soya pie, mash, peas and liquor you can’t really go wrong, but the vegan pie at G Kelly on Roman Road is still a cut above. I would highly recommend Goddard’s over anything else nearby, though! Especially if you’re looking for some fast, hot, tasty food and an authentic experience. I think the traditional meat pies may be more reliable than the veggie option - my partner enjoyed his classic beef mince version. It is also super clean in here, and the puddings look great - shame we were too full to try one.
A place that is full of complete character and great Pies... at blooming great prices. Just love this gem of a place. A real part of London’s history and has been here as a family business since 1890. I personally don’t like the eels or liquor though I’m told they’re spot on. They also have another shop in Deptford and apparently you can have pies delivered to your door too.
Really good pie and mash for such a reasonable price. The service is very quick and plenty of space to sit and eat. The apple crumble is also really nice.
The best pies in Greenwich! They serve good-quality, affordable, and handmade pies with potato mash, and they have both meat and meat-free options. Some pies are also dairy-free, great for me as I have milk intolerance. They also serve sweet pies with seasonal fruit fillings, they’re delicious! A filling pie can cost from 3 to 7 pounds; it’s a real bargain. You order at the counter and then you can do take away or sit in the restaurant which is very cosy. Definitely coming back for more pies!
Great place, pie and mash was so good, service was brilliant, such a shame we didnt have room for pudding
Excellent traditional pie n mash shop with a great variety of pies and related food. Very simple, no fuss, no pretension just good old food served hot and quick on real crockery and no poncy little cups but proper tea in mugs. A spacious functional cafe which both locals and tourists alike should visit. Very good fayre at very good prices.
This shop was amazing, me and my husband had our crying baby who was distressed and hungry, we just wanted some mash and the staff was absolutely lovely. The food tasted good and they even bought us over some water for baby to drink. Their customer service deserves 10 star and just such a welcoming atmosphere. If you’re in Greenwich definitely give them a try ❤️
Always good in here and I'm from the East end never thought I go south for pie n mash
Lovely food, friendly staff. Let me bring my bike inside so it would be safe and sound. I love it in there. Will be back again soon!
This family run restaurant with fantastic old school ambiance is always well worth a stop. Tasty, traditional East End pie & mash & plenty of vegetarian options (& of course traditional eel for the adventurous). Don’t forget pudding; they also sell gorgeous sweet pies & delicious crumble! This is the place for a true taste of authentic, traditional East London cuisine.
Lovely atmosphere with bargain food for the area. Pie, mash, gravy and a cup of tea will set you back £5. My only comment would be the traditional pie could do with a bit more seasoning, but that's the only issue, making this place a little gem.