The Jack Horner Pub, Goodge Street

234-236 Tottenham Ct Rd, London W1T 7QN

The Jack Horner Pub

About The Jack Horner Pub



  • Marmite roast potatoes: £5.50
  • Yorkshire puddings with onion dipping gravy: £4.95
  • Halloumi fries with sriracha aioli: £9.95
  • Chips & madras curry sauce: £6.95
  • Cheese, onion & mustard straws with aubergine chutney: £7.95

Small Plates:

  • Chestnut mushroom pâté with ciabatta toasted soldiers: £9.95
  • Fuller’s London Porter infused smoked salmon with horseradish crème fraîche, brown bloomer bread & butter: £12.50
  • Norfolk chicken goujons with cumin ketchup: £9.95
  • Haggis Scotch egg with aubergine chutney: £8.95
  • Grassroots short rib & cheddar nuggets served with mustard emulsion & pickles: £10.95
  • Crispy whitebait with tartare sauce and lemon: £9.50
  • Leek tart served warm with a pickled walnut salad & a walnut pesto dressing: £11.50


  • Best of British sharing board: £38.95
  • Garlic & rosemary baked Camembert served with crostini: £21.95
  • Sharing pie board for 2: £39.95
  • Bar snack sharing board: £39.95


  • Slow-braised beef & ale pie for 2: £38.00
  • Traditional Cornish pasty served with crushed minted peas and red wine gravy: £18.95
  • Fuller’s London Pride marinated steak & ale pie served with seasonal vegetables & red wine gravy: £19.50
  • Chicken, bacon & leek pie served with veg and red wine gravy: £18.95
  • Malt & barley smoked cod, salmon & prawn fish pie with parsley sauce, poached egg, greens: £20.95
  • Vegan curry pie served with triple cooked chips and red wine gravy: £17.95


  • Venison casserole: £18.50
  • Butternut squash & pine nut Wellington: £16.50
  • Chalcroft Farm beef burger: £18.95

Add ons:

  • 3 little piggies bacon jam: £2.50
  • Smashed avocado: £2.50
  • Mrs Owton’s streaky bacon: £3.00
  • Owton’s Corporal Jones sausages: £17.50
  • Herb crusted cod: £25.50
  • Roasted sweet potatoes: £15.50
  • Grilled chicken: £4.00
  • Buffalomi: £3.00
  • Beer battered haddock: £19.95
  • Add on curry sauce: £2.50


  • Beer battered haddock finger sandwich: £13.95
  • Grilled cheese & caramelised onion toastie: £12.50
  • B.L.T.: £13.95


  • Triple-cooked chips: £5.50
  • Marmite roast potatoes: £5.50
  • Braised leeks, hispi cabbage & peas: £5.50
  • Tenderstem broccoli: £7.95
  • Mashed potato: £5.50
  • Roasted heritage carrots & beetroot with slow roasted shallots: £5.50
  • Autumn leaf salad: £4.50


  • Sticky toffee pudding with salted caramel ice cream: £8.95
  • Warm scones, jam & Devonshire clotted cream: £9.95
  • Selection of ice-creams by the scoop: £2.50 each
    • Flavours: Salted caramel, Raspberry ripple, Vanilla, Chocolate, Coconut
  • Warm chocolate brownie with salted caramel ice cream: £8.50
  • To share: Traditional apple & blackberry crumble served with custard and raspberry sorbet: £14.95


From Goodge Street Tube Station to The Jack Horner Pub, you’ll have a pleasant walk through some interesting areas of London. Here’s a step-by-step guide:

  1. Exit Goodge Street Tube Station and head southeast on Goodge Street toward Tottenham Court Road.
  2. Continue straight on Goodge Street until you reach Tottenham Court Road.
  3. Cross Tottenham Court Road and continue straight onto Charlotte Street.
  4. Follow Charlotte Street for about 5-7 minutes until you reach the junction with Windmill Street.
  5. Turn left onto Windmill Street and continue straight.
  6. After a short walk, you’ll reach the junction with Berners Street. Cross over Berners Street and continue straight onto Wells Street.
  7. Walk along Wells Street for about 2-3 minutes until you reach Oxford Street.
  8. Cross Oxford Street and continue straight onto Winsley Street.
  9. The Jack Horner Pub will be on your left at 234-236 Tottenham Court Road.

Along the way, you’ll see a mix of residential buildings, shops, restaurants, and possibly some historic landmarks. Goodge Street itself is known for its vibrant atmosphere and eclectic mix of cafes and eateries. As you walk down Charlotte Street, you’ll pass by numerous restaurants and pubs, many of which are popular with locals and visitors alike. Tottenham Court Road and Oxford Street are both bustling shopping streets, so you can expect to see plenty of shops and pedestrians. Keep an eye out for interesting architecture and street art along the route!

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