The Coach and Horses, Soho - pub details
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|I've always had a sense of disappointment about this place despite many visits (it's handily located for a host of great eateries in Soho and Chinatown as well as numerous bookshops and cinemas) - service was always a unfriendly and the historic media linkages just didn't seem to elevate it. Perhaps the cleaning up of Soho has contributed to the increasingly anodyne nature of the Coach, although most of the clientele are stull grizzled and at least they don't serve halves of lager only like the French House.|
BoehmBawerk - 16 Mar 2013 07:12
|What has happened to the Coach (in Greek Street)? It looks as though it has been taken over by squatters with bizarre slogans hung outside such as "London's first vegetarian pub", "this is an independent pub". It is getting very messy looking. Still, they must be doing something right - the place was packed last night. |
malo66 - 13 Dec 2012 11:40
|Once nice and dark, now not. |
Buy a dimmer switch Fuller's.
Flaneur - 26 Nov 2012 12:03
I am sorry to say that you still have the wrong position on map for the Coach & Horses in Greek Street and I think posters are still confusing the several "COACH & HORSES" that are located in W1 postal district.
I am sorry to keep on about this but I do love the Coach that is in Greek Street, so I would like to see the confusion sorted...
malo66 - 5 Sep 2012 10:14
|We visited this pub recently, after hearing that the new owner had introduced a vegetarian menu. The dining room is upstairs, in a vintage tea room - very cool! The menu was a little limited as we were told it was currently being revamped, but the food was absolutely delicious! The chef used to be at Manna, a well-established and very popular gourmet vegetarian restaurant in Primrose Hill, and the food was up to the standard we expected. It's also very reasonably priced. If you're a meat-eater, please don't be put off by the vegetarian menu; give it a go. You won't be disappointed! We went on a Saturday night, and went down to the bar after dinner to find an old-fashioned sing-song taking place around the piano. The place was full to bursting with patrons of all ages and it was a great atmosphere. I have rated the pub a 7, simply because of two things: having to walk behind the bar to get upstairs was a bit weird, and the staff we dealt with were a bit clueless about the drinks. But that said, it was a great evening and we'll definitely be going back, not least to try out every item on the very impressive menu!|
Aspascia - 19 Jun 2012 09:46
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