The Coach House, St Neots

Posted on 1st November 2012 in review

Feeling in need of a Sunday dinner but without the inclination to make one, we headed off to The Coach House in St Neots.

It’s a lovely building and unbeknownst to us had recently changed hands. It is now in the safe hands of friendly and enthusiastic manager Ceri.

Here’s what we had:

I had the roast beef – it was really good! Only criticism would be that the horse raddish was too mild for my taste, otherwise fabulous.

Thing 2 had the ‘burger board’, eyes bigger than belly though as he couldn’t finish it! The relish that went with the chips was amazing, as were the chips themselves. Overall he said it was really tasty and he’d have it again.

Thing 1 had, as he ALWAYS does, ham, egg and chips. He said it was ‘epic’.

And his handsomeness had the roast pork, he said it was really good. The roast potatoes especially and the size of the yorkshire went down well too!

We had all this (and felt completely stuffed!) and four drinks and it came to just over £40! What a bargain. All of the staff were highly attentive, polite and friendly and Ceri herself was just delightful.

Can’t recommend it enough, if you haven’t been before or haven’t been for a while – now’s a good time to go back.

You can tweet them @CoachHouseGK – although Ceri can’t find the password at the moment…

Or find them on Facebook: www.facebook.com/CoachHouseGK

 

 

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