This is a wonderful, very old building in the heart of Ancaster Village. Ownership has changed and our favourite Saturday afternoon band is no longer playing - most unfortunate.
This warm and hobbit-like pub, situated in a grand historic building on this quaint town's Main Street, was a refuge for we 5 on a cold and blustery day in Ancaster. Though small with fairly tight seating, all staff and patrons were very welcoming and accommodating after the hard morning of the feis with our girls. As true a British... More
Great english pub atmosphere - lots of selections on tap, good pub food. Patio is so relaxing in the summertime - ivied garden with old stone wall is beautiful
I had the beef dip and spent the entire night in the bathroom. Never going there again. Been there three other times with no complaints. I don't know what happened this night but I couldn't get the taste of those wretched fried onion the sandwich out of my mouth. Hoorible experience.
We've been here a few times and had good and bad experiences. The place is what you want from a british style pub, good atmosphere and very traditional. Sometimes they have live music which is great, but a bit loud if you're trying to have a meal! The staff are nice, friendly and accommodating. The first time we went the... More
The Coach and lantern has been my favorite pub in the area for several years. The last year it seems to be losing its luster. Great atmosphere and a great selection of on tap brews. The food has become average and a bit pricey for pub food. Surprisingly the desserts are usually quite good. The service is hit or miss... More
Food here is inconsistent. One week it's terrific and the next week, I'm wondering what I'm doing spending money on substandard food. I've had outstanding fish and chips and inedible fish and chips. Chicken shishkebob is usually pretty good. The beer selection is excellent and the wait staff is great. Lots of evening entertainment options. Make the food consistently good... More
My first time visit based on some good reviews, and I was not impressed AT ALL. Lunch on a Sunday - very slow delivery of the food to the table (25-30 minutes). My sandwich (reuben) arrived mostly cold and the bread was wet thru. Also there's no dressing on this sandwich, though when I asked she offered mustard.... bland, bland,... More
Coach and Lantern has been around for a while and has pretty decent pub food and salads. Lots of beer choices and a small but lovely patio. It's housed in one of the original stone buildings in Old Ancaster.
Outstanding! An oasis in a concrete jungle. A unique, wonderful experience. Many extras. I was treated like royalty.
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