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The Coach Makers Arms, Marylebone, W1

88 Marylebone Lane
W1
W1U 2PY

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hondo . left this review about The Coach Makers Arms

Quite a plain bare boarded interior serving 3 real ales and “craft keg”. Didn’t visit upstairs or downstairs.

On 3rd October 2019 - no rating submitted
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custodian 42 left this review about The Coach Makers Arms

One room with the bar to the right. Three hand pumps, one unused. Others Doombore and N1 Pale ale, so neither were for me.

On 23rd July 2018 - rating: 4
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Tris C left this review about The Coach Makers

The reviews below sum this pub up well with the part exposed brickwork and chunky scrubbed tables, pale grey paint, bare boards and unattractive marble bar top. Music was at least muted but with all the hard surfaces, acoustics were terrible - I couldn't hear myself think in here, not helped by the loud conversation emanating from the vocal suited crowd.
On the ale front there was Sharp's Coachmaker's Lubrication and Coaster, Twickenham's Wandle and Truman's Zephyr which was good. I didn't clock the price but doubtless it was pricey.
I shan't be coming here again and my sentiments have been reinforced by their ridiculous Heath Robinson website with its annoying soundtrack which I can't shut off!

On 29th July 2016 - rating: 4
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Rex Rattus left this review about The Coach Makers

This one had on four ales - St Austell Tribute; Butcombe Bitter; Sharps Coachmakers Lubrication (a 3.6% house ale presumably); and Windsor & Eton Windsor Knot (£2.10 a half). This is a gastropub with food and drink at gastropub prices. Main courses, with nothing resembling pub grub, range from £12.50 to £18. A chicken sandwich with chips (or "fries" as they call them here) is £9.

In here we have the obligatory distressed leather sofas, scrubbed wooden tables, re-cycled school chairs and solid round pouffes. The wall behind, and along from, the bar counter is exposed brickwork and displays a gilt framed mirror and the chalkboard menu.

This place is nothing much like a pub now - but the Windsor Knot was in fine shape.

On 20th December 2013 - rating: 5
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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about The Coach Makers

Nearly square bar with a high ceiling, large windows and light furniture / decor. 'Gin Palace' on the first floor. Gastro pub menu and table service. Some patio seating out front. Miserable-looking staff. Four handpumps, offering Sharps CM Lubrication £3.80, Doom Bar, Greene King IPA and Flying Scotsman. (NB - Review dates from July 2012.)

On 17th March 2013 - rating: 6
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Steve C left this review about Coachmakers

This is a high ceiling open plan pub with gastro menu and loud music. On a plus point for the real ale fan I spotted four obscure ones that I had never heard of, but the inane chatter echoing around the room was too much and I left after a half of Guinness.

This is probably ok during the daytime so maybe I will give it another go at Christmas after being dragged on an afternoon shopping session.

On 30th September 2009 - rating: 5
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