The Goose

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The Goose The Goose in Fulham is a super cheap local’s pub with lots of specials & a huge crowd of soccer fans. Check out this great London haunt with Party Earth. London England 51.485057 -0.202348
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Party Earth Review Down squiggling North End Road and the no man’s land between Kensington and Fulham lies The Goose, a haunt for aging regulars, budgeted drinkers, and a boat-load of soccer fans on game days. The venue appears... ... read full review

  • Neighborhood:

    Fulham
  • Address:

    248 North End Road
    London SW6 1NL

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  • Tube:

    Overground, District Lines: West Brompton

  • Phone:

    020 7385 1643

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  • Hours:

    M–Th 11am–11pm, F–Sa 11am–midnight, Su noon–11pm

  • Recommended as:

    • Day Spot
    • Night Spot

Party Earth The Goose Review

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The Goose in Fulham is a super cheap local’s pub with lots of specials & a huge crowd of soccer fans. Check out this great London haunt with Party Earth.

Down squiggling North End Road and the no man’s land between Kensington and Fulham lies The Goose, a haunt for aging regulars, budgeted drinkers, and a boat-load of soccer fans on game days.

The venue appears bright and airy at first glance, with potted plants flanking both sides of the cream corner building and a large golden goose hung high above the door. But inside, this bird shows its true colors: gritty, fading burgundy walls, chipped hardwood, and an authentic hard-boiled feel thanks to throngs of old and boiled Fulhamites.

Indeed, many patrons are regulars with graying hair and tobacco-stained teeth who have been coming here for years, if not decades, while the rest are a diverse selection of mostly locals in all shapes, sizes, and colors drawn by cheap prices and a wholly unpretentious vibe.

Pints start at just a couple pounds, basic cocktails aren’t much more, and English classics from the extensive menu make it possible for two people to fill up for £6.45.

Big groups who want to expand their bellies on the cheap keep this spacious joint in business, as do giggling college kids who pile in for the occasional Saturday karaoke and madcap footie fans who pack every nook and cranny during a match at nearby Stamford Bridge stadium.

Perfect for those who don’t want any fuss with their fun, The Goose is a wallet-friendly find that really might be golden after all.

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Tip from Lucas:

If you’re coming here on game day, don’t be caught wearing a rival team's colors or jersey.

  • Crowd

    Young students, soccer fans, blue-collar Joes, budget-minded boozers, packs of college kids, and old fogie regulars, 18 to 50s+.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Several flat-screens tuned to sports, with local soccer being the obvious favorite.

    Karaoke on some Saturdays with a DJ from 9pm.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Traditional English pub menu including burgers, steaks, pies, sandwiches, and nachos. Breakfast items available Saturdays until noon. Traditional roast all day on Sundays.

    Free Wi-Fi.

    Outdoor garden patio.

  • Prices

    Breakfast £2–£4, starters £3–£8.50, meals £4–£7.50. Sunday roast £5.50. Beer £2.50–£3.50, wine £2.50–£4/glass or £7.50–£15/bottle, cocktails £4–£7.50.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Anything goes, though Chelsea jerseys are the norm on game days.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Anytime for a cheap buzz, Saturdays for occasional karaoke, or during Chelsea and Fulham games to revel in the unhinged masses.

  • Close By

    Famous Three Kings (171 North End Road) isn’t quite as cheap, but is still budget friendly and consistently wins Best Sports Pub polls in London…perhaps because this cavernous shrine to sports has enough TVs to satisfy almost anyone’s game-viewing aspirations.

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