The Coat & Badge serves modern English and European dishes within a pub environment. They also serve roast lunches on Sundays, and can cater for private parties of up to 25 guests upon request. They also have a beer garden.
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8 Lacy Road, Putney, London, SW15 1NL
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+44 (0)20 8788 4900
The Coat and Badge offered a decent selection of food and drink. The Pimm's Cup was okay, not the best I've had, but wasn't bad. The other people I was with ordered the chicken and bacon salad with a light cream-based dressing off the specials board, and they seemed to enjoy it quite a bit. i ordered the Eggs Benedict, which was a no-frills, no sides eggs benny, but tasty for only 4.50! Not...more
I think of the Coat and Badge as being much like an old v-neck sweater or comfortable jeans from the 'pre-skinny era'. Whilst one may earn no plaudits from hipsters for choosing it as part of one's lifestyle, it is dependable, comfortable, and seemingly immune from prevailing trends.
Having drunk in the pub on numerous occasions in the past, I visited for the first time last week with the...more
Came here during a Wimbledon match and everyone was more or less entranced. Still, we had some food and drinks and watched a match and had a good time. The food was okay, but a little expensive for pub food (as mentioned in another review). Things got rather busy by 6:30 when we left, and there were several dozen people standing with nowhere to sit. That might have been the result of Wimbledon...more
Ok for drinks with a nice patio that has a fair number of tables as well as a spacious indoors but the food was not at all good. Ale and steak pie that had tough, badly flavoured meat and a cauliflower and leek pie tha didn't have any leeks!more
Both the inside of the pub and outside patio are pleasing to the eye. They feel clean and well taken care of. But as I do with most pubs, I prefer the patio. During warms days you can sun yourselves and in the chillier evenings there are loads of heat lamps to keep you nice and toasty. The patio itself is one of the largest I've seen in London, but it always seems to be packed. It's also tough...more