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MSC Partner Profile: Goddards at Greenwich

July 17, 2019

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For the 2019-20 season, the Millwall Supporters’ Club (MSC) are delighted to announce the renewal of a number of our existing partnership schemes that we have designed for all those who become full MSC members.  For this article, we look at one of the partners of the MSC, Goddards at Greenwich.

Goddards at Greenwich


Goddards at Greenwich serves London's most traditional meal of pie mash and liquor. This meal can be traced back through the 1800's and is an important part of London's food history.  They are open everyday serving handmade pies which are baked throughout the day.  Goddard's have been serving pie and mash in London for over 125 years. Whilst they stay true to the origins of London pie mash and liquor, they also know that it is not to everyone's taste.  So, along with their traditional choices, they offer a range of pies including steak, chicken and vegetarian.... there's eels if you want them!



If you want to eat in, their air conditioned licensed restaurant can seat 125 people so have plenty of space for you to enjoy your pie and mash. Sit on the first floor and take in the views of Greenwich, or sit near the counter and enjoy the London banter!  Goddards has traditional wooden benches along with tables and chairs. We also have highchairs for our younger customers.


If a takeaway is more your thing and whether it's for a lazy lunch in Greenwich Park or an eat and work office lunch, they are happy to offer takeaway containers to safely transport your pie and mash.  Large takeaway orders are welcome for parties and functions or why not grab some pie n mash on your way home from work for a perfect 'no cooking' evening meal.


With 60p off of an order of a meal and a drink on production of your Full MSC membership card, why not finish you day in Greenwich with Pie'n'Mash in one of South London's oldest, finest and traditional establishments?





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