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PhiliPamInCoventry
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1 of 149  Sat 20th Apr 2013 4:08pm  
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Hi all Wave It was lovely start to a Saturday, meeting for our forum breakfast. A very serious time discussing the most important issues such as eggs & bacon, porridge with either strawberries or bananas, or a sausage batch. Equally serious though, it was a very sweet time together.
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PhiliPamInCoventry
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2 of 149  Sat 2nd Nov 2013 8:24am  
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PhiliPamInCoventry
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3 of 149  Sat 18th Jul 2015 9:04am  
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Hi all Wave It's ages since we met for a forum breaky. I wondered if, without us all getting too excited, if someone would like to suggest a breakfast venue. We have up to now, met either at Wetherspoons or Caf
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PhiliPamInCoventry
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4 of 149  Sat 18th Jul 2015 1:42pm  
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Hi all Wave My bacon was underneath my toast. As you would expect, nothing like the proof of the pudding to justify. I tell you, this was ace this morning. That lot, including as much fresh tea or coffee, was £3.49. It is not just the price. If our forum sausage expert had been with me, he would have given six stars for the sausage. There is ample space here at the Wallace where I was this morning. If we are game for a try, for a start off, I would recommend the Wallace, not just because I am fond of Carla, who was cooking the breakfasts this morning, but because of the ease of access for anyone. Ample car-park, the No 16 direct bus from & to town as well as the No 5, & the 360 circle bus. A couple in this morning, came from Corley, had breakfast, left their car in the car park, whilst popping into town on bus. That is how good this is. I only say what I taste & see.
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Robthu
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5 of 149  Thu 15th Oct 2015 12:03pm  
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Hey Philip. Now that's what I call a BREAKFAST. Can we have a forum breakfast there, please, please and please. Derek.
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pixrobin
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6 of 149  Tue 10th Nov 2015 11:52am  
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Hi all, I went to the Phantom Coach (Canley) for breakfast yesterday. My companion (not a forum member) and I chose the Sizzler. Neither of us needed another meal until this morning. It was served piping hot and was very tasty. I'm not so sure about the Phantom Coach though - needs some TLC in my opinion. But, I can never remember a time in the past when it didn't. Perhaps I'm not accustomed to going in pubs in Coventry since my return.
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PhiliPamInCoventry
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7 of 149  Tue 10th Nov 2015 4:05pm  
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Hi Pixrobin & thank you for your post Wave Regards the Sizzler breakfasts at less than £3.50, including fresh tea or coffee, as much as you like, we rest our case. Cheers Sizzling Pubs - Breakfast ps The Phantom Coach has been a good source of grub for me, in between funeral duties at the crem.
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8 of 149  Fri 20th Nov 2015 3:10pm  
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PhiliPamInCoventry
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9 of 149  Sat 21st Nov 2015 2:26pm  
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On 20th Nov 2015 4:49pm, TonyS said: How is the Wallace for access?
Hi all, I have been & inspected the Wallace today & can confirm that there is an easy ramp access that even avoids the front door step. Cheers Access
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PhiliPamInCoventry
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10 of 149  Tue 24th Nov 2015 4:44pm  
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Hi all Wave Ok, Derek & I will be there. Can we decide on the date please? I will then let the landlord know in advance. Thumbs up Wallace Pub details Sat-Nav details for your intergalactic coordinates CV6 2JF
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11 of 149  Wed 25th Nov 2015 7:41am  
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Hi all, Hi Rob Wave Entering the pub via the main entrance, the bar area is to the left, the dining area is to the right. There are all sizes of tables, as well as a party snug area. I will be there very prompt. For those who are driving, there are two driving entrances to the pub, one off the Keresley Rd & one off Norman Place Rd. The car park is on the right hand side of the pub, so entering off the Keresley Rd is the most direct. I shall arrive via the 360 circle bus. The No 16 & 16a offer the most direct service from the city centre, with the No 5 as an alternative that travels via Coundon. Google Map Google picture The picture is taken from the traffic island, facing the pub, with the main car-park to the right, off the Keresley Rd. Close-up Picture showing entrance & wheelchair ramp ps. The pub manager knows that we are coming.
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PhiliPamInCoventry
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12 of 149  Tue 5th Jan 2016 1:26pm  
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Hi all Wave Oooow Goody
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PhiliPamInCoventry
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13 of 149  Fri 22nd Apr 2016 12:26pm  
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Oh yeah, Oh yeah I have received notification from our Coventry South correspondent, about the food quality served at the Castle Grounds in the centre of Coventry. I have been today for a breakfast test & am delighted. The quality is as good as the Sizzlers & better on price. I will try a lunch very soon. Thumbs up Cheers This looks good
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PhiliPamInCoventry
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14 of 149  Sat 23rd Apr 2016 1:05pm  
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Hi Tony, hi all Wave As you would expect from your forum devoted to duty team (what a floss), I returned this morning for a bacon butty & coffee for £3.98 for two of us, excellent, to look at disabled & wheelchair access & it is ace, with a lift provided to the separate floors. Thumbs up Wave Cheers The picture below shows the unhindered access to the entrance bar & ground level tables. My friend & I sat here, very nice.
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TonyS
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15 of 149  Fri 10th Jun 2016 10:32pm  
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That sounds good to me Thumbs up For anyone interested, here is their menu
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