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Coach & Horses, Clifton - pub details

Address: 2 Highland Square, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 2YB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 10899) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Clifton Down (0.5 miles), Sea Mills (0.7 miles), Redland (0.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.3/10 (rated by 14 users)
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Visited with friends for the evening on 5 Sept after a gap of over a decade as we found the newly refurbished Jersey Lilly full up. Very pleasantly surprised as previously it had needed a lot of TLC which it has now received. Bar staff were friendly and happy to provide straight glasses or jugs plus dealt with the complicated wine orders (we were with our other halves) admirably.

We all ate, most of us having steak which was all served as requested (rare, medium etc) and tasted great. I'd wholeheartedly recommend this as place for a drink or to eat if you're nearby.
Cothamcodger - 25 Sep 2014 17:42
I like this pub very much. Others don't. You can't keep people happy all the time. It's a pub pub. Not the greatest in the world. Certainly not the worst.
legspin - 31 Jul 2013 02:48
Beer is great, atmosphere is great, open fire for winter, outside sunny space for summer.

Always service with a smile and a bit of banter, the food (especially the Sunday roast) is fantastic. Well kept ales and ciders, all rasonable priced for the area.

They've recently launched a new menu, the wife and I had the piri piri chciken last night, it was flawless.

This is easily the best pub in the local area and on a par with some of the best in Bristol. In my all time top 5!
stuartmeale - 13 Apr 2012 11:49
used to go here in the 60s; Vic was mine host, and used to serve Taunton Rough out of a barrel. Cheese n onion rolls was about the extent of the food, BUT...a great old pub. Haven't been inside for 40 years.
brabazon10 - 11 Aug 2010 03:23
Prominent pub located in a small square just off of Blackboy Hill. Itís got a decent pub feel to the place with a large L-shaped bar and a smaller bar off to the left with a piano. Thereís a small terrace area out at the front. It seems to be undergoing something of a spruce up at present, there was a definite fresh paint aroma about the place.

Years ago this place used to be rammed with students, but on a recent Saturday evening visit it was relatively quiet. Not empty, but no problem getting a seat either. There were a few people eating, but the pub is certainly not food dominated (even though there are cup cakes on the bar!). Staff were polite and efficient Ė it makes a change to get an apology when the barmaidís busy serving the food and so canít get to the bar to serve you.

Beers on this occasion were Bass, Courage Best, Butcombe and Gem. Ciders were Thatcherís Gold and Addlestones, both of which were very good. Well worth a visit.

Blackthorn - 30 May 2010 23:42

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