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The Goat Inn

The Goat InnThe Goat InnThe Goat Inn

An historic inn and coaching house situated in central St Albans - just off Holywell Hill - serving real ales and hot home made food daily. Wide range of board games available. Bed and breakfast accommodation. Sunday night is quiz night.

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  • Dates and times: Food served daily Mon to Fri 12-2pm, 6-9pm (9.30pm on Fridays), Sat 12-2pm, 6-9.30pm, Sun 12-3pm.

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Review Overview

This pub is so good - review by hooter
I have been going to the Goat for over a year and have always found all of the staff really nice and friendly. The beer is always in good nick and the food's really good too. The Sunday lunches are marvelous.They are family friendly during the day now so I can even take the wife (who likes the choice of wines) and kids on a Saturday afternoon for a spot of lunch and watch a bit of football while the kids play a board game. Fantastic!! Well done the Goat. [May 13] 05 May 13
2013-05-05T14:45:56.0000000+01:00
5
The Goat Inn
Definitely gone down hill... - review by hannahro

I used to love the Goat but it really has gone down hill.... The food is pretty bad and over priced and all the staff are rude. I don't think I have seen any of them smile for a good year or so. I am boycotting it!! [Feb 10]

03 Feb 10
2010-02-03T16:58:10.0000000+00:00
1
The Goat Inn
Going ... or gone ... downhill - review by cranford

I'm with the last reviewer on the sulky bar staff - perhaps we were there on the same night! Also - the quality of food has really taken a dive. We used to go to the Goat fairly regularly for traditional pub food - nothing fancy, pies, fish and chips etc, but tasty. We went a while ago and I was disappointed. We gave them another try last week, and my fish and chips were truly grim. My husband's pork was basically indeterminate meat swimming in gravy with undercooked roasties. Needs to pull its socks up or will surely be going the way of so many pubs nowadays. [Oct 09]

09 Oct 09
2009-10-09T17:16:37.0000000+01:00
2
The Goat Inn
Come on barmaid, a smile costs nothing! - review by poodey

The Goat is a lovely pub, loads of nooks and crannies perfect for the various little meetings/get togethers which were happening there last night. But it's really let down by possibly the most miserable staff I've ever encountered in a pub. Sullen, sulky, and so downcast - come on people, how much does it cost to look a customer in the eye, smile and maybe (shock horror) say please or thank you? Making customers feel like they are hugely inconveniencing you by asking for a pint is not on. Hence the miserable one-star rating. [Sep 09]

18 Sep 09
2009-09-18T09:35:20.0000000+01:00
1
The Goat Inn
perfect music for lazy sunday - review by teems

[May 09]

11 May 09
2009-05-11T11:49:33.0000000+01:00
4
The Goat Inn

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