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The Coach and Horses, Isleworth - pub details

Coach and Horses

Address: 183 London Road, Isleworth, Middlesex, TW7 5BQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6921) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Syon Lane (0.1 miles), Brentford (0.8 miles), Isleworth (0.8 miles)

Brewery: Young's

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> Current user rating: 6.4/10 (rated by 35 users)
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This was the one that had the Christmas tree up in mid October. A bit previous, as you might say. Beer was all right though and the pub is capacious.
rainlight - 29 Apr 2016 07:34
Formerly a pub of a more traditional bent (save for the Thai restaurant that was incorporated there), the process of gastrofication is almost complete – almost, because the area around the actual bar has ostensibly been left to the drinkers (and the garden too). The rest of the pub is defined by the food served here, the room towards the rear particularly so. Books occupy the shelves, as if people might go there to read them. A glazed cavaedium adjoins this staid edifice to the pub's core, its decor suggesting Morocco, or something Byzantium. The overall effect is of a hotel bar opening out into a restaurant, but with enough architectural curve balls to dampen the effect. If you can stomach the overbearing smell of meat, the place just about gets away with it. 7/10
TheKindnessOfTrees - 24 Nov 2014 20:44
A few years ago this place suffered a radical overhaul, and I feared the worse. Such apprehension has proved to be completely unfounded. There’s too much emphasis on food, for sure, and the flock furnishing can be a little overbearing. But at night the light is set low and the place is open and broad enough to satisfy a variety of fancies. The garden area is just splendid, and the building itself presents a satisfying visage. That all said, this more contemporary iteration of the Coach and Horses still lacks something, and that something is that feeling of being in an actual pub – it could almost be a hotel bar-come-restaurant. An 8 for the effort, though.
TheKindnessOfTrees - 14 Oct 2014 21:34
This place is the pitz.

The service is slow, the prices are high and the manager has no idea of customer service. The staff sit around chatting, and we wait.....
I've been there a few times and have found it really lacking in presence. The atmosphere is sterile, unless you're part of a large party, you're not welcome. The experience I had was one of being in an expensive, snobby establishment. But, this pub is no more than an expensive Witherspoon.
joy_than - 11 Nov 2012 21:47
One word "superb"
plumbpudding - 16 Aug 2012 01:05

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