The Coach & Horses serve a variety of beers, wines and spirits as well as traditional pub grub including Sunday roasts. They have a big screen TV and provide outside seating on the terrace.
173 Clapham Park Road, Clapham, London, SW4 7EX
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+44 (0)20 7622 3815
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The Coach & Horses
173 Clapham Park RoadClaphamLondonSW4 7EX
- +44 (0)20 7622 3815
- Public transport:
- Clapham Common, Underground
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Don't go here for the food, it's a nice enough boozer for supping the odd pint (or 5?) of their lovely real ales, but save your pennies for the pork scratchings and avoid that menu at all costs! Have to say in terms of ''bankers and coked up media idiots'' that I think this pub probably has less of them than the other watering holes in the area....or it could just be that I'm in need of the...more
What's all this shouting then? We'll have no trouble here.
I live just down the road, in Brixton. I didn't have the food and can't speak of the "coked up media idiots" who I find much more down the road around the north end of Clapham Common.
I cycle past this place and have been meaning to stop in for absolute ages. It was mobbed with yob-types during the World Cup, but then where isn't,...more
Awesome, awesome food and not pricey! Can't beat a Sunday roast for a tenner. The ingredients are local and fresh, too. And fab service to boot! Really cozy pub, not too packed but also not empty, with a big screen to watch the footy. Definitely will be back to try more food. And they serve Irish coffee!!!
-Pork belly roast - Beyond awesome. Comes with crackling and applesauce and delicious...more
First thing I see is two old men having a smoke outside with their pints of Guinness still inside at a table by the door. Hmmm. Old man pub. This is going to be dodgy. Or so I thought.
Though the place was fairly empty and rugby was on the big screen (it's OK - me and my Australian flatmate like Rugby), we thought we'd give it a try. And there was a fireplace. I can't resist a bit of fire....more