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One of several gastropub collaborations between chef Henry Harris (formerly of Racine) and James McCulloch (The Three Cranes, The Harcourt). The duo has revived this landmark public house in Clerkenwell (est. 1790) showcasing Harris's blend of British and French cuisine.

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Reviews of The Coach Restaurant in EC1R, London by users of Hardens.com. Also see the editors review of The Coach restaurant.
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A very nice gastro-pub. The paupiettes de v...
Reviewed 10 days ago

"A very nice gastro-pub. The paupiettes de veau are very tasty. The restaurant upstairs is well arranged and creates a nice atmosphere."

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26-28 Ray Street, London, EC1R 3DJ

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