Lanarkshire Dining

The Coachman Hotel Restaurant has been attracting diners from near and far for quite a while. The building’s period elements are a springboard for a modern restaurant which offers style and substance.

Enjoy the warm and modern design of the interior, where you’ll find good space for up to 175 diners. Both family friendly and the place for a intimate dinner for two, The Coachman Hotel’s restaurant takes a lot of care to consistently bring diners the best food for miles around. Of course, behind every good dish is a talented chef and team, and you can count on an inspired kitchen to be balancing flavours like wizards with whisks. Great ingredients are the very thing to set any dish above others, and the restaurant uses the best local produce when it can.

Enjoy the warm and modern design of the interior, where you’ll find good space for up to 175 diners. Both family friendly and the place for a intimate dinner for two, The Coachman Hotel’s restaurant takes a lot of care to consistently bring diners the best food for miles around. Of course, behind every good dish is a talented chef and team, and you can count on an inspired kitchen to be balancing flavours like wizards with whisks. Great ingredients are the very thing to set any dish above others, and the restaurant uses the best local produce when it can.

Sunday lunch is treat at The Coachman Hotel. Bring the kids and grandparents, for the menu has something for everyone. Start with perhaps the soup of the day or even the chicken liver pate, and move on to roast beef with Yorkshire pudding or roast chicken with bacon and sage and onion fritters, to mention only some of the temptations. Don’t fill up on starters and mains, or you’ll have to take a minute before getting down to that sticky toffee pudding with vanilla ice cream that’s top of the list for afters.

Take a look at the carefully created wine-list. Get your Pinot Grigio from Italy, your Cabernet Sauvignon from South Africa, your Shiraz from South East Australia, and your Champagne from, well, Champagne.

If you’re booking a conference or wedding, there are many tasty catering options, from light bites for breaks during a seminar, to full multi-course sit-down dinners.