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Warwick Castle - The Coach House

Warwick Castle, Warwick, CV34 4QU

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  • Warwick Castle - The Coach House - Warwickshire
  • Warwick Castle - The Coach House - Warwickshire
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Opening hours
Monday to Sunday: 10:00 - 17:00.

Lovely food and speedy service. Can be a little noisy as sound reverberates.

Jane 06 November 2017
from Suffolk

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A comfy family-friendly setting at one of Britain's most popular historic attractions, Warwick Castle The Coach House is located within the tranquil Stables Courtyard. With its laid-back feel and simple, wholesome menu selection, this is a great spot to sit back and relax after seeing the attractions of the castle.

The Warwick Castle Coach House menu starters off with generous brunch options, with the Knight's Breakfast serving up all the hearty favourites of a full English. Later in the day, there are sharing platters for families to share, filled with treats like succulent beef rib, chicken pieces, fresh vegetables and Yorkshire puddings. Other crowd-pleasing favourites on the menu include Lancashire hotpot, fish and chips, signature burgers, and vegetarian options like the tomato and mozzarella ravioli.

A selection of teas and coffees are served at The Coach House in Warwick, as well as soft drinks for the kids, and beer and wine for the grown ups. For those with room for a pudding, there is a cheesecake of the day, as well as the sinful chocolate orange truffle.

Perfect for those wanting a laid-back, comfy escape from the tourist bustle, Warwick Castle The Coach House is an 11-minute walk from Warwick Rail Station.

Warwick Castle - The Coach House

Warwick Castle, Warwick, CV34 4QU

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2.4 (()** (based on 18 reviews)
38% of diners recommend this restaurant
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Recommended for

  • lunch (7)
  • child friendly (3)
  • value (3)
  • dinner (2)
  • afternoon tea (1)
  • large parties (1)
  • private dining (1)
  • (**** 14 November 2017 by GORDON from MIDDLESEX

    Regrettably we tried to get a coffee upon arrival, along with another customer, but 20 minutes seemed somewhat slow, so we found a lovely tea place just outside the garden, where the service was quick and excellent. We decided that we didn't want to chance a long wait before we received any lunch at the Coach House, so had lunch in the rooms where we had ha d a yea and coffee just after noon.

  • (**** 7 November 2017 by Lauren from Manchester

    Firstly, we attended the restaurant at our allotted time the place was not very busy but we were placed in a tiny booth and another party were placed in the same booth. We waited 20 minutes before asking for a member of staff to take our order (We was told somebody would be over in a minute) it the took a further 20 minutes for our drinks to come. Your menu needs to reflect the correct drink size and alcohol percentage. I ordered a Stella Raspberry which stated it was 4.5% and 568ml but it came as 4% and 500ml (I don’t think Stella Cider has ever been 568ml). My partner ordered the Kingsman which was not available. He then ordered the Duck Soup which again was very misleading as the drinks menu stated it was 5.5% this was not the case. We ordered the tower burgers and when it arrived we were surprised to see it served on a black burger bun (this is not stipulated in the menu). The food was okay but not great. It was also served in a bowl which we found rather strange. My son ordered the Sausage and Yorkshire Pudding. The mash resembled slop. I stopped a waiter and asked if I could order gravy to go with this meal and he said he’d go to the kitchen straight away. 15 minutes later no gravy my son would not eat his food without it so when it eventually came his food was cold. Another waitress brought this over and very attentively asked if we had received the fruit pack we said no she apologised and said she’d go get it straight away. We were still waiting 35 minutes later when we had given up and had to go the the entrance to ask for our bill. There was no sincere apology for the lack of service we had received. The waitress stated she would knock the price of the child meal off. We was not happy with this discount. She contacted the manager who was not available so then she knocked another £8 or so off the bill. Overall the service wasn’t great and I wouldn’t come back. We missed the Halloween performance and the last Trebuchet of the year so had a very upset boy.

  • (**** 7 November 2017 by Sarah from Lancashire

    Made reservations but girl on till knew nothing about reservation system. One person serving and taking orders across busy lunch time. Was left sitting 20 minutes without anyone taking order. Food took ages to come. When it did it was mediocre and too highly priced for what we got. Wouldn't recommend. More staff needed at peak times.

  • ((((* 6 November 2017 by Jane from Suffolk

    Lovely food and speedy service. Can be a little noisy as sound reverberates.

  • (**** 31 October 2017 by Phil from Worcester

    A poor experience overall. Waited too long for our order to be taken. Food was lukewarm at best. Fish was more batter than fish, chips were already salted, child's mashed potato looked more like play dough. Had to wait for coffee because it was 'very busy downstairs.' Engineer arrived to repair something behind the bar and had his walkie-talkie volume set to ear-splitting loud. Felt sorry for the young waitress trying to do the best she could. And, although beyond the control of the restaurant, the table of ten next to us had the loudest and least controlled five children with them. A very low point on an otherwise great day Warwick Castle.

  • ((*** 31 October 2017 by Matt from Harpenden

    Distinctly average. We went for the King's Platter as a family option we could all tuck into - everything was in the same bowl, with a grease/cooking juice liquid at the bottom which contaminated the flavours of all the meats, vegetables etc and cause the Yorkshire puddings to go soggy. The burgers looked impressive, though. Also, a poor logistical set-up that you have to effectively exit the castle complex to access the restaurant and then re-enter through the gates afterwards.

  • (**** 30 October 2017 by Jenny from London

    Awful. Myself and my daughter Ordered chicken salad. The worst meal either of us have ever been served. Brown wilted lettus, chicken looked pre cooked packaged type which had seen better days. Huge lumps of tasteless veg.
    Tea served luke warm with dirty cups. Daughter had fish and chips which tasted ok but was served in a bowl! Combined with a very small table she found it very difficult to eat

  • (**** 25 October 2017 by Virginia from Warwickshire

    One of the worst 'dining experiences' I have ever had. We sat upstairs and it was very cold and draughty because the front door was wide open. I ordered fish and chips, however the fish was totally overcooked and there was virtually no flesh inside the batter. Staff were extremely busy and inattentive. I managed to attract the attention of one of the waitresses and explain the problem. My meal was taken from me and the waitress did not say what they would do about it, she just left me sitting at the table wondering if I would see my dinner again! To my relief, the waitress did appear again with a replacement meal, but the fish was just as poor quality as the first and tasted horrible. Staff displayed zero customer service skills. They were extremely busy and there seemed to be no supervisor to guide them about how to put the customers needs first, treat people with politeness or identify what poor quality food looks like. One waitress treated me as a problem when I asked for vinegar. I eventually went to fetch my own from downstairs because I could see they were doing nothing to find me any or tomato sauce for my son. We ordered a coffee which never appeared, however we were charged for it. It took 20 minutes for a supervisor to be found to amend the bill! There were no apologies and staff were not polite.

  • (((** 24 October 2017 by LYNETTE from CHELMSFORD

    Good to have glutenfree dinner choices on menu. Service was quite slow at lunchtime (2pm) even though not that busy. One hot drink was cold by the time we got it. No glutenfree puddings.

  • ((((( 15 October 2017 by Iain from London

    The food was excellent. We had a large party of 15 but all of the food served together and tasted great. Staff all helpful and friendly

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