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The Coach, Greenwich - pub details

Previously called: The Coach and Horses

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Address: 13 The Market, Greenwich, London, SE10 9HZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1079) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest DLR stations Cutty Sark (0.1 miles), Greenwich (0.4 miles), Island Gardens (0.4 miles)

Nearest train stations Greenwich (0.4 miles), Maze Hill (0.5 miles), Deptford (0.8 miles)

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Very busy but service was prompt. A ram and special while sitting outside was a pleasure. Good location and a well run pub to be fair. Nothing not to like.
terenced - 25 Mar 2019 08:04
ok pub in the market,with outside drinking area,ok pint of Adnams Ghostship.
talesofthebar - 22 Jul 2018 14:25
Adequate pub in tourist trap. Beers OK but staff seemed too busy being "hip and trendy" to give any impression of caring abut the customers.
Aztecgoat - 7 Feb 2015 21:28
Good Friday and I find myself in Greenwich with extended family from up North.

Being in a mixed group of ages from 9 to 75 and with a dog in tow, I suggested we go to the Coach (used to be the Coach & Horses) as on my last visit (nearly 7 years ago) the outside area in the market was pleasant and you could get food.

So we found a couple of tables in the outside area close to some overhead heaters and settled down.

I proceeded to the bar to get the drinks and was pleasantly surprised to find a choice of 5 ales on the hand pumps....I opted for a pint of Hop Stuff's Fuseiler which was a decent pale ale style beer....I think the round came to around £18.00 which included 4 alcoholic drinks and the rest being soft....not too bad for a tourist area.

Everyone wanted food and this was being served from 6pm so we enjoyed our drinks and waited was ordered with everyone more than satisfied with their choices and the quality and service.

My sausages and mash was excellent, all food was of high pub food quality.

Another round of drinks and we left....I was unsure whether being a tourist area whether the food would just be adequate but it more than surpassed that expectation and with a good choice of ales the beer drinkers were also more than satisfied.

Good old Coach (and Horses).
lezford - 22 Apr 2014 09:50
Stopped in here briefly for a swift lunch en route between Station and a wedding, after reading good reviews here. Very busy doing a lot of good looking lunches, four beers on, the one I had (twice) was perfectly served and delicious, and we were both served a nice lunch quickly. Quite pricey but nice, my pint was £3.70. The staff were slightly offish but efficient and polite which is fine by me, more than a little gastro but a good example of it's kind.
MickyTheHippo - 19 Mar 2013 16:01

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