REVIEW | The Cosy Club | Coventry


If you're like me and you love finding somewhere a bit different when it comes to dining out then The Cosy Club franchise is a must. It offers an eccentric yet homey atmosphere with lavish paintings and bits and bobs covering the walls, quirky lighting and snug sofas to lounge in and have a cocktail or few.


The d├ęcor is really striking and unlike anything I have ever seen before. It’s fantastic, I found myself looking around and taking it all in multiple times. I did not go for drinking purposes but the place looks like it’d have a great atmosphere in the evening with an impressive back bar and wide-ranging drinks menu.

I visited in the evening in late March time with a few girl friends. We were seated quickly and the service was friendly and welcoming. As mentioned before, I didn’t visit for alcoholic drinking purposes but the soft drinks menu was impressive – from smoothies to virgin cocktails and different brands of sparkling juices. I settled on an elderflower presse which was really nice and refreshing after a day of shopping. 


Two of the friends I visited The Cosy Club with are vegetarian so it was important that the restaurant catered for them. The menu offered some yummy vegetarian options such as Mac & Cheese and Moroccan Tabbouleh though the vegetarian options were quite limited. On the other hand, the menu is extensive for non-veggies. It offers the classics such as fish and chips, steak and a few twists on classic burgers but what I loved about the menu is that it offered dishes that are a bit different like Thai Beef Noodle Salad and Crab Linguine (which I went for).

The photo pictured below is the Crab Linguine with white wine, tomato and chilli which was my choice. I ordered a side of garlic bread to come with it as I was feeling a little extra hungry. The meal was delicious, there were plenty of chunks of crab incorporated amongst the fresh pasta. Just a slight hint of chilli which I would have enjoyed more of. The portion size was just right, though didn’t leave space for pudding. Good if you’re trying to cut down on your sugar intake like I am! The garlic bread was made with ciabatta which I always prefer so I was happy with that too. 


My friends and I thoroughly enjoyed our visit to The Cosy Club and will definitely be visiting again. We may try and book in one evening over a weekend and have a few cocktails to see what it’s like. I would definitely recommend a trip to The Cosy Club. Check to see if there's one near you: http://www.cosyclub.co.uk/.

If you’ve been to one of the restaurants let me know how your visit went below in the comments. I’d love to hear about your experiences or if you know of any restaurants that offer an alternative, quirky dining experience.

Love Amber x

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