This is not the first time we come to enjoy a lunch or dinner, and each time we have adore our meal. It always look and test amazing in the plate and in the mouth. Well done
1 - 10 of 302 reviews
Really lovely old traditional pub tucked away down narrow country lanes. Serving the excellent local Black Pig Cider. Worth the trip for a pint or two of that alone. We chose the smoked haddock and the liver and bacon. Both well presented and tasty. Some...More
Although a little out of the way (its quite some distance from Haywards Heath when all said and done) visiting is well worth the effort. The food offer is very good and caters for all tastes. An excellent range of beers, ciders and wine (From...More
This pub is almost perfect: good atmosphere, delightful staff and imaginative and delicious food. My only complaints would be that our Saturday lunch took two hours for just a main course and puddings, without coffee and that the food, when it did arrive, was not...More
We have eaten here on several occasions. The staff are always pleasant and the food is always good. Lovely views from the garden on a sunny day.
I hadn't been to the Coach and Horses for a while, and booked a large table for a family Sunday lunch. I did advise on booking that we needed a vegan option. We were really pleased that as well as the (very nice) roast beef...More
This was in the middle of nowhere, but what a find . We went there for lunch. The food was amazing and the staff were very friendly and helpful. Well worth the drive to find it. The menu was not exhaustive for lunch, normal dishes...More
We used to drive out to this lovely pub for it's wonderful setting, but now that we've moved it's just an annual trip to coincide with a visit to nearby Munich Legends. Unfortunately the British Summer meant that we couldn't enjoy the scenic views, so...More
Wonderful location in a wonderful part of Sussex. Calm, low key service and attention. Excellent food. Various places to eat outside including a small sheltered courtyard. Go visit!!