Well worth a visit, very clean and a great friendly staff, price for good food and drinks very good,carvery and evening menus excellent.....
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We dropped in on our way home from our break away. I found this place to be very warm & friendly staff. I explained we just wanted a cuppa & that was not a problem. They were starting to get ready for lunches as a...More
Came here with my family last night, we had been here before during the day and found it nice. This was different, some of our party ordered a sizzler dish which was supposed to be a stir fry on a hot skillet. They were the...More
Formally known as the "Coach and horses" now the Coach inn it is the first pub when you enter Bray situated beside St Peters Chuch this is my local for the past 30 years the decor has changed the clientele has changed the staff the...More
happened to call here for a quick bite to eat en route to co.wexford, aswe didn't want to have a big lunch a sandwich or something light was the order of the daymy partner fancied a Panini after being told by a guy who looked...More
Popped in on spec mid afternoon. The young barman on duty (Gill, I believe) was happily serving drinks, chatting to customers, helping some with the crosswords and taking food orders.All with a smile on his face. In fact if I didn't know better I'd say...More
Good food, good drinks, lively most nights especially at weekends. There are bands on Saturday nights plus 4 or 5 TVs
The family and I had lunch in The Coach Bar Bray 26th Aug. and I found it a long way of the carvery I had eaten their about 3 months previous. The buffet carvery was replaced by a floor service which brought the food to...More
Went to a Christening party held here yesterday and the hot food buffet was lovely. Later that evening we also bought a meal from the bar and it was good value & very tasty.