The Coach & Horses

After a rocky lockdown period this old Harrogate favourite is back open, under new management (the same group that owns the West Park) and with a fresh new look.

Downstairs at the Coach and Horses is a cosy, traditional looking pub where you can grab a drink and casual bit to eat. The all new upstairs has much more restaurant vibes and looking at the décor you can see the ‘West Park’ influence.

They offer ‘bar nibbles’ such as olives or a pork, apple and black pudding sausage roll which range from £5-£6. Starters range from £8-£12 and I love the sound of the baked camembert and black pudding scotch egg.

You’ll find plenty of traditional favourites in the main courses. Is it even a proper pub if they don’t serve pie & chips?! From £14 for a salad to £32 for a steak there should be something on the menu to suit everyone. However nice the steak was I feel like £35 (by the time you add on a sauce) for a steak is just a bit dear for a town centre pub. Some of the dishes and prices are the same as their sister site, so you know you’re getting good quality food, it just depends on which setting you prefer.

If you still have room after all that there’s a great choice of desserts as well as a cheeseboard which always goes down well with me. Prices range from £6.50 to £10.

For a 3 course meal expect to pay around £33pp plus drinks.

It’s great that they are bringing back the Sunday night pub quiz too and in aid of Martins House Children’s Hospice.

Coach & Horses…It’s great to have you back!

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