Award-winning Stratford-upon-Avon pub, The Coach House, has launched a new menu with all the best pub classics as well as some new additions.
The pub, which recently made it through to the final of the Great British Pub Awards, launched its new menu on 18 October, with something for everyone.
It’s given its pub classics a makeover, like fish and chips now served with three sauces – mushy peas, curry sauce and tartare sauce – and buttered bread for your own chip butty.
There are also new dishes on offer, like the Meat Feast – a 10oz pork T-bone, steak, sausage, four wings, mushroom, onion rings, egg and fries. Perfect for sharing, or just for someone who’s really really hungry!
There’s also an Nduja Chicken dish, new burgers with stacked-high patties and layers of extra gooeyness, along with new starters like the Bloody Mary Prawn Cocktail, Deviled Eggs and Spicy Cauliflower Wings.
You can also order ‘For The Table’ offerings to kick things off, and there’s a new Loaded Fries section and Social Platters section, plus a traditional Dessert Board with changing sweet treats on a frequent basis.
Linzi Toon, GM at The Coach House said: “We’re so excited about the new menu, we tasted the dishes during our cook-off and the Garlic Cheese Fondue Flat Iron Steak is ridiculously good. I also personally love the Nduja Breaded Chicken served on a bed of ragu spaghetti and topped with Nduja.
“Our regulars, and indeed tourists, will love the fact that the traditional pub classics are still proudly served up, and some have a lovely new twist such as the Gammon, Pineapple Fritter and Chips. The fritter is a quirky offering, and so tasty.”
Katie McPhilimey, Consultant Marketing Director of Davenports, added: “The pub plays host to regulars and tourists alike, and balancing the menu to delight both was key.
“We are a Great British Pub Group, and an award-winning group at that, so the classics people expect to see when visiting such a pub are offered alongside more creative dishes too.
“We wanted to ensure that the social side of the pub was drawn out, so Social Platters are now offered as well as some wickedly naughty loaded fries to include those topped with bacon and eggs and mac & cheese and nduja! It’s an elevated menu for a pub that works hard at delivering a great experience for all…as proven by the awards!”