The Coach House Pub & Restaurant

Roundwood, Roundwood

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The Coach House Pub & Restaurant

alisonbaxter1998

1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 22nd June 2014 (visited 21 June 2014 )

Had a fantastic meal, there were 20 of us and everyone of us said it was 5* all the way. The staff were especially amazing, had great fun with them. Thanks, we will be back.

The Coach House Pub & Restaurant

glencreecottage

1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 07th May 2014 (visited 4 May 2014 )

Excellent fish and chips. Very good guinness. An excellent restaurant/pub to bring family and feiends,especially those from abroad.A good advert for Ireland. Excellent service. Advance booking easy and efficient. 5 stars throughout!!

The Coach House Pub & Restaurant

peadair73
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 29th February 2012 (visited 26 February 2012 )

No recession in this place clearly. Food very expensive. I was with a group of hikers and were all craving a good hearty bowl of soup. €4.95 seemed reasonable...until I saw the portion...not a bowl, more like a half-mug sized portion. Completely overcharged. I complained to the manager but he just shrugged and claimed that this size is standard for the price. Rubbish! I can't comment on the pricing of the rest of the menu but for a bowl of soup, this is not the place to go!

The Coach House Pub & Restaurant

Samkiko
Dublin
30 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:62%

Reviewed 01st February 2012 (visited 28 January 2012 )

I have been here a few times. Recently with a party of 6. We had dinner and the folowing morning had breakfast. Everything that we ordered was delicious and prices were great too. We always have a good experience when we visit here. And we'll definitly be back.

The Coach House Pub & Restaurant

Lallysbub
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 08th May 2011 (visited 8 May 2011 )

Just back from this pub for luch and it was horrid. I had seafood (4 mussels only !) chowder hubby had chicken wings - very fatty but a tasty sauce. Main courses lamb shank and beef & guinness stew - meat on both dishes lovely but they were covered in a the same horrid bland sauce. Hubby left his and went for fast food after. its such a shame as ambiance in bar and service was good. Will not be venturing here again

The Coach House Pub & Restaurant

Youdy
Kildare
4 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:67%

Reviewed 11th August 2010 (visited 6 August 2010 )

We visited the Coach House on Friday 6th Aug around 2 pm with our 14 month old baby. We were horrified to be charged €3.50 for a baby bowl which consisted of a couple of spoonfuls of mash, a couple of carrots and about 5 peas. We have been to this place before without our son and before the new management and were so looking forward to going back but would not return. We both had main courses, a drink each and desert and tea so its not as if we werent spending money there. We have been to many places with our baby and have never been charged that much for a small amount of food we got for the baby and most places do not charge at all if parents are paying for a full meal.

Restaurant response:
Thankyou for bringing this to our attention, from reading your review, we no longer charge anything for our baby bowls. We hope you will return to the coach house Regards The Chef

The Coach House Pub & Restaurant

fiddlers
Wicklow
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 18th July 2010 (visited 16 July 2010 )

We visted the Coach House on a Friday evening on our way home from work. We had heard that the food was under new management and so decided to try it out. We were seated quickly and offered a menu with a choice which reminded me immediately of a restaurant rather than a pub. I ordered the duck spring rolls while others in the party ordered tiger prawns and a tasty vegetable soup to start. All 3 dishes arrived in good time, presentation was excellent and tasted fabulous. To follow I had a traditional corned beef on a bed of spring mash with cabbage while the others went for the Beef Burito and Cheeseburger, both served with fresh chunky chips. Our eyes were bigger than our stomachs but we managed to eat most of the food and even some of the freshest onion rings we've ever tasted. 2 out of 3 had no room for desert but the choice was excellent. A coffee and softdrinks and the meal came to around 60 euro. Really excellent value considering you are getting restaurant quality food at pub prices. We'll definitely visit again soon as I'm tempted to try the Toblerone Cheesecake or Banoffi Pie some Sunday afternoon!

The Coach House Pub & Restaurant

biggut
Cork
14 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 14th July 2010 (visited 29 June 2010 )

An absolutely fantastic restaurant! Authentic Irish food cooked to perfection... Cosy little setting.. if you're out for a romantic private dinner for two,ask to be put in the snug area. A little bit pricey but in a way it's worth it because the food was just amazing. Well worth a visit but make sure to book!

The Coach House Pub & Restaurant

hungryhippo83
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 01st July 2010 (visited 19 June 2010 )

Myself and a few friends were our enjoying the glorious weather and visiting some local attractions when we stopped off here for lunch. They were very busy but we were seated quickly by a friendly waitress. They had lots of seating outside which was great. She took our drinks order and they were promptly brought out to us by a bar man. We went all out and had a 3 course meal each. We did what we always do when we go out to eat and everyone ordered something differnt and the others tried it. And I have to say not one dish was not nice! My particular favourites were the stuffed mushroom starter, the beef and guinness casarole and the to die for - Stciky toffee pavaolva. Which is actually home-made. My friend ordered the steak and upgraded his chips to coach-house fries. These were diced potatoes with garlic and herbs and were really good. The service was great and was still efficient even though they were so busy. The bar actually had a band on that night, and it looked pretty good, so we decided to check out about the accomodation they have to offer. WOW the rooms are massive and so clean and the rates are very reasonable too. So we abandoned our car, settled in for a great nights drinking while singing along to Johnny Cash, and we staggered upstairs afterwards :) I would definatley recommend a day and night at the coach house.

The Coach House Pub & Restaurant

Casanova
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 01st March 2010 (visited 28 February 2010 )

Myself and My Family visited the Coach House Roundwood on Sunday gone for a meal. We were met at the door by one of the Floor staff and seen directly to a table. The Specials were listed straight away to us which we found very appealing, our drink order was taken swiftly and arrived at the table within minutes. I ordered The Lamb Shank off the Specials Board which is a favourite dish of mine, I thought i was seeing things when it was delivered to the table, it was huge!! It was garnished perfectly the meat fell off the bone and the vegetable gravy was to die for. My Wife ordered off the A La Carte Menu and got the Grilled Sea Trout, again the dish came out beautifully prepared with creamy mash potatoes and roasted vegetables. My children ordered goujons and chips and to my surprise it arrived with a small portion of vegetables spearately presented on each plate which i thought was a nice touch and very healthy. for dessert i ordered the Banoffi which was homemade and drizzled with caramel there wasnt one piece of it left on the plate .Overall the Staff and the service at the coach house was above and beyond perfect the food was absolutley gorgeous and we will definitley be going back for another meal soon. One thing i thought very interesting was their Friday menu Madness which seems to be an attempt to beat the recession you can get a 2 course meal for €12 or 3 course meal for €17 might give it a go some friday. At least their trying to give some value back to their customers

The Coach House Pub & Restaurant

lotsoffood
Dublin
24 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:32%

Reviewed 28th June 2009 (visited 26 June 2009 )

Much improved menu & prices. We live nearby and eat here about once a month. The staff are always welcoming, friendly and helpful. Before now we found the menu bland and expensive for what you get. Since the prices have been reduced and the menu has changed it has deffinately improved. My husband had the chicken and cheese baguette with chips which wasn't anything special but was okay! I had the chicken floretine which was nice. The chicken and potatoes were plain but good quality. The sauce was a little watery and the spinach was bland but nothing was bad just not exciting. Overall I think the food is average for pub gub but is has improved. Formerly I would have rated this place as below average. I think the menu is priced for tourist trade and is still too expensive for the quality of food served. It serves pub grub and I wouldn't class it as a restaurant.

The Coach House Pub & Restaurant

EugeneDoyle
Wicklow
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 15th May 2009 (visited 14 May 2009 )

The menu here was perfect. Everything we ordered was cooked to perfection. Friendly staff, good food and pleasent atmosphere. Would highly recommend it for a night out and will be using it again very soon.

The Coach House Pub & Restaurant

manflick
Wicklow
31 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 08th April 2009 (visited 4 April 2009 )

The food here has much improved since I last went, it really had gone down hill. We had bar food here, chips, chicken, paninis etc and all was really good and good value. I can't comment on their 'proper' dinners though. The atmosphere was seriously lacking though, it was a Saturday night and the place was dead, not even any background music playing. We actualy went home because it was so quiet.

The Coach House Pub & Restaurant

DebbieD

1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 16th May 2011 (visited 16 May 2009 )

Having visited glendalough we came back to roundwood and decided to visit The Coach House again, well what can I say 'well done again'. We were greeted with a friendly bubbly lady who not only sat us but looked after us throughout our meal. I went for for the chicken wings and the burger, the wings were beautiful and I loved the hot sauce, the burger came well presented with a metal bucket of chips and an individual glass jar of heinz ketchup (nice touch). My husband is a soup and steak man and was happy with both and commented how he loved the price of the steak kept under €20 and it came all the trimings. Keep up the good work and see you soon.

The Coach House Pub & Restaurant

Loriebell
Wicklow
35 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:55%

Reviewed 09th July 2008 (visited 28 June 2008 )

Have eaten here a good few times & every time we ask ourselves why we come back. The chef must have changed as the food went from ok to down right bad. The only thing I like on this menu is the duck spring roll. To eat here on a Sunday you have to wait on a table, if there are only 2 of you, you are asked to wait till a table for 2 is free regardless if there is a table of 4 free. We have a young child & there is no room to wait unless you sit at the already packed bar. Would recommend keeping away as there is much better restaurants / pubs in the area.

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