The definition of a pub is a pretty fluid one these days. Is it a pub if a pint costs more than travelcard? Is it a pub if there’s no active or repurposed fruit machine? Is it a pub if it has a separate dining room? Does anyone actually care what is is when you can have a nice beer and a nice bit of food? `If it’s anything like The Coach then the answer is no. This is the sort of pub you take your family to when everyone’s in town. There’s an excellent array of beers, a bright and airy dining room and some of the best French bistro-y type food we’ve had in a long time. Note: do not miss out on the chips or the gnocchi. Or the wild garlic soup for that matter.