Coach and Horses

Coach and Horses

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
Newport Road, Castleton, Cardiff, CF3 2UQ
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Beefeater pubs were always synonymous with traditional British pub food and now, after a multi-million pound revamp of this beloved restaurant group, you can still enjoy the same high-quality fare, but in the comfort of a stylish new environment that's warm, modern, and welcoming. The three Cardiff Beefeater pubs are no execption and with cosy leather-booth seating areas you can pop in for a snack, a Costa coffee, a meal with family or friends, or even - in the case of the Coach and Horses and Walston Castle - stay over in the adjoining Premier Inn.

Beefeater restaurants are home to the grill, and if you want succulent grill dishes, go no further. Classic juicy steaks, lamb and burgers sit alongside more exotic lobster, venision and sea bass, and are accompanied with the likes of crunchy chips and creamy mash. If the grill isn't your thing, you'll find a diverse main menu of meat, fish and vegetarian dishes to suit all tastes, such as smoked paprika chicken, Atlantic scallops, and falafal and vegetable skewers. On Sundays enjoy a mouth-watering roast with all the trimmings.

To make the menu even more diverse, there's the 'make it personal' option, where you can change the accompaniment to any main course - so, for example, if you don't want chips with your mixed grill, you could choose a jacket, buttered new potatoes, Dauphinoise potatoes, wild rice or peri peri rice instead. And to add further choice there is a selection of interesting sauces to add if you wish, like 'black and blue' - a combination of Stilton, Danish blue cheese and smoked bacon. There's a comprehensive choice of starters and desserts as well, the latter including indulgent caramel apple crumble, sticky toffee pudding and chocolate hazelnut torte. You'll also find a children's menu for little appetites, and a bar menu of lighter bites, if you're just passing through. So whether staying over at The Coach and Horses or Walston Castle, or maybe just lunching at Baron's court, you definitely won't leave hungry.
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