Review on The Coachman Inn
Built in 1776, this imposing listed inn was the last staging post before Scarborough for the York mail coach in days gone by. It is still in the hospitality business, and current incumbents the Osborne family continue to offer travellers sustenance and accommodation.
Inside, there's a traditional flagstoned bar with hunting memorabilia and an open fire, as well as a gracious, elegantly appointed dining room. Similar food is available in both areas, and the menus are bolstered by blackboard specials along the lines of deep-crust beef and mushroom pie or grilled halibut on crab and prawn risotto. The full menu varies with the seasons: in springtime, for example, you can expect warm salad of crispy duck, thyme-roasted chicken breast with Wensleydale mash, bacon and leek sauce, and salmon on wilted spinach with saffron and lemon sauce. To finish, perhaps go for chocolate fondant.
The Coachman Inn is also featured in: Michelin Guide, AA GuideRate this Restaurant
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 through until
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express