Unlike Mayfair’s other Coach & Horses on Bruton Street, this old-time boozer is the real deal. The place looks much as it did on its opening day as a coaching inn back in 1744, making it Mayfair’s oldest surviving, unreconstructed tavern – complete with original cellars & a cold room. In the hands of Kentish brewers Shepherd Neame, you’ll find Spitfire, Bishop’s Finger & seasonal cask ales on rotation in pleasingly genteel, atmospherically archaic surroundings. Prices are far from ambitious, & the affordable ethos also extends to a range of bar snacks & traditional pub grub (pies, fish & chips, bangers & mash, veggie options) during the working week. This being Mayfair, any coach is likely to be an Audi or a Porsche.
Travel to Coach & Horses in style with London's leading minicab firm Addison Lee.Get a quote »