Pub grub with an African twist that will leave you full to bursting point

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It has been several days since my partner and I visited the Coach and Horses, in Arundel Road, Clapham, for a spot of pub grub – and we’re still full to bursting.

With an inviting open fire and cosy atmosphere, we were welcomed by jolly landlord Nick Grantham-Hill and briefed on the pub’s unique mix of homemade pub classics and South African dishes. The latter – an unusual find in a Clapham waterhole – originates from Nick’s partner, Beryl’s heritage.

Feeling it would be rude not to sample one of these specialities, I ordered boerewors to start – African sausage in a tomato sauce, served with salad and a polenta cake (£5.50), while my partner played it safer with grilled field mushrooms (£5.50).


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