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Unmatched for its beautiful location, The Coy Carp near Uxbridge is enclosed by Pynesfield Lake and the River Pinn, lending wonderful views from the vintage pub and its al fresco beer garden. Offering classic British pub food, the Coy Carp values its rustic interior with oaken furnishings and a hearth-fire.
Hearty Sunday roasts and trusty British dishes head The Coy Carp menu, and a range just for kids offers mini versions of pub favourites. Signature Vintage pies offer fillings like beef & merlot with buttered peas, while The Coy Carp ‘Vintage classics’ menu includes lemon & garlic-roasted chicken with seasoned chips.
Paying homage to the Great British pub, the Vintage Inn bar stock includes cask-conditioned beers, real ales and a meticulously compiled wine list. Thirst-quenching offerings include seasonal non-alcoholic cocktails and freshly-pressed juices, and rich coffee is brewed freshly throughout the day.
Although drivable from Uxbridge, Denham Train Station is closer to the Coy Carp, at 8 minutes’ driving.
of diners recommend this restaurant
- afternoon tea (7)
- al fresco (19)
- breakfast (2)
- business (8)
- child friendly (15)
- dinner (34)
- entertainment (4)
- large parties (17)
- lunch (40)
- luxury (2)
- private dining (10)
- romantic (9)
- trendy (5)
- value (21)
- views (32)
26 May 2019
Overall a nice time but when ordering they were out of a number of starters, main courses and desserts which was frustrating
7 April 2019
Roast beef duo was cooked to perfection the service was excellent will now be trying out other vintage inns.!
30 March 2018
Table overlooked the Canal, fish and chips ordered were well presented and tasted yummy.
25 November 2017
I regret that I did not enjoy my experience and thought terrible value for money
19 November 2017
A friend and I had Sunday lunch. Great atmosphere, friendly staff and an excellent roast dinner. For puds I recommend their 'hot drink and mini pudding' option, where the portion size, we thought, was far from mini. Delicious. Only downside was their coffee machine wasn't working so the only hot drink available was filter coffee as no hot water even for other drinks. I've also been here several other times for drinks and snacks as it's on a canalside and very convenient to stop at the mid point in walks. They have plenty outdoor seating, good bar snacks. Definitely recommended.
7 November 2017
Ladies toilets horribly damp and smelly. Service good, meal average.
2 September 2017
Enjoyable meal - nothing outstanding
12 August 2017
The setting outside is beautiful. We had to wait half an hour for our drinks. Surrounding tables we not cleared. Our food did not arrive for over an hour, my husbands was cold and my daughter did not receive her prawns. The rib eye steak which was on the menu was unavailable. Lack of organisation amongst the staff.
30 July 2017
The service was ver slow. Food came after 2 hours and was cold. They had run out of 2 dishes on the menu so had to settle for something else. Overall not so good. Would not ever recommend to anyone.
29 July 2017
We enjoyed the restaurant and food such an improvement since vintage inns took over. We haven't been for a few years as the service was so poor but we certainly will be going again.
Evening Treat Menu - 2 courses £15.50 or 3 courses £19.50
Lunchtime Treat Menu - 2 courses £12.50 or 3 courses £15.50
Weekend Treat Menu - 2 courses & drink £22.95 or 3 courses & drink £26.95 per person