Coach & Horses, Osterley

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FAP Rating 3 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
Once an old coaching inn, now a large Young's pub that's solid in the areas that you'd expect (well kept beer, pleasant atmosphere) also in those that you might not (separate Thai restaurant, quiz and live music with late licence on Friday and Saturday). Also of note is the resident piano player (8.30pm every Sunday) and a sizable beer garden (which on our visit was about to be used for a barbecue). If fate should find you midway between Isleworth and Brentford be sure to stop by.
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11 Nov 2012
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I've never felt so unwelcome in a place as this. The atmosphere is sterile, and all they care about is large parties. Even then, my experience was that the staff were fire-fightng to overcome the pretentious expectations of what is really a rather dull pub pretending to be a posh restaurant. Witherspoon's curry night is a better deal, this place os over-priced and pretentious.

The service is slow, the staff are poor, and the manager rude. Never go here again!
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29 Jul 2011
Rating 5 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
Simply superb:
Prepare to be dazzled when you step through the door. From the quaint and attractively old-fashioned shaped bar to the sumptuous dining room with its mirrors and candles the Coach & Horse oozes opulence and charm at every turn. Service is by the general manager Karen’s handpicked team which is friendly, honest & on the ball. If the weather’s good, head out to the sizeable garden and the fish barbeque on a weekend. A world away from a hard core booze pit, this erstwhile coaching house has been reborn as a premier-league pub. The elegant, sinuous bar serves good real ales, various lagers and a super pint of Guinness It offers upscale bar snacks and nibbles, but it’s the Young’s extensive range of real ales that really set the drinker’s pulse racing. Karen and her team definitely have a real and deep seated passion for serving the best food, cask ales and wines around in the area as we have experienced on more than a few occasion over the last months We had the same delicious menu and rinks served throughout the pub and garden terrace on sunny days. Karen’s menu only uses the freshest ingredients to which the chefs are producing mouth-watering dishes. The Coach and Horses also have a very cosy and romantic candle lit dining room & contemporary glass atrium. When it is very busy we sometimes settle down in the lounge bar or the “snug” as aptly named by the staff to enjoy a drink and friendly chat with the staff I have found that the wine list will tempt even the most discerning palate and it compliments all the food very well! Happily, the kitchen keeps up with thirsty and hungry customers like I, producing a cracking menu of starters (crispy pig ears) and a good selection of mouth-watering mains dishes. Desserts are still ‘to die for’ and are fiendishly hard to ignore when visiting.

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183 London Road, Osterley, London, TW7 5BQ
020 8560 1447

Quiz night - quiz night Wednesday


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