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The Great British Banger

Hello Sausage

Here at the Coach & Horses, we’re all about that taste of home, and nothing says home quite like our quality British bangers and mash. Our sausage and mash menu is where we put the ‘bang’ in banger! Whether you’re craving the classic Cumberland or are tempted by lamb and apricot, we’ve got flavours that’ll make your taste buds sing. And don’t even get us started on the mash – from cheesy to Colcannon, we’ve got your mash dreams covered. Plus, we’ve got every sauce you could wish for from classic gravy t0 wild mushroom sauce. The choice is yours.

A Banger of a commitment

The relationship we have with our sausages is highly committed and we have made a promise to serve the gorgeous people of Greenwich excellent sausages all year round. This is why we get our sausages from the 3rd generation of family farmers at Dingle Dell farm. The thing we love the most about Dingle Dell is their commitment to welfare, taste and sustainability.

The History of the Great British Banger

Sink your teeth into the explosive history and bold flavors of the British banger

Mastering Sausage Wine Pairing

When you’re ready to dive into the savoury delight of sausages, finding the right wine can take your experience to new heights.

Dingley Dell Farm

A third-generation family of farmers rear our free range, RSPCA assured pork on the East coast of Suffolk.

With a deep love and respect for the countryside and agriculture, Mark and Paul Hayward are committed to farming in harmony with nature, improving the number and variety of species living within the farm.

The History of the Banger

Ah, the humble British banger – a culinary icon that’s as cheeky as it is delicious! But where did this sizzling sensation originate? Let’s take a journey through time and uncover the juicy history of the great British sausage.

Legend has it that the term “banger” was coined during World War I when sausages were made with such a high water content that they would often burst open with a bang when cooked. But don’t worry, modern bangers are much more civilized… most of the time.

The history of the British banger is as rich and varied as its flavours. But it wasn’t just about taste – the British banger has played a starring role in cultural events throughout history. From street parties to pub grub, it’s been there through thick and thin, bringing people together with its hearty goodness.

So, next time you sink your teeth into a juicy British banger, take a moment to appreciate the centuries of history and tradition packed into every savoury bite. After all, it’s not just a sausage – it’s a taste of British heritage.

Uncork and Sizzle

When it comes to indulging in the hearty goodness of sausages, the perfect wine pairing can elevate the experience to a whole new level.

Cumberland Sausage: Known for its robust flavour with a peppery kick, Cumberland sausages demand a wine that can stand up to their boldness. Opt for a medium to full-bodied red wine like our La Tournée Syrah Granache. This wines complement the savoury richness of the sausage while enhancing its spicy notes.

Mushroom & Tarragon Sausage (vg): For those craving a vegetarian option, mushroom and tarragon sausages offer earthy flavours with a hint of herbaceousness. Pair these savoury delights with a light and crisp white wine such as a our Featherdrop Bay Sauvignon Blanc. The bright acidity of this wines cuts through the richness of the mushrooms while enhancing the fresh tarragon notes.

Pork & Fennel Sausage: Pork and fennel sausages boast a classic flavour combination that calls for a wine with finesse and elegance. Choose a light to medium-bodied red wine like our Jealousy Pinot Noir. This wine complement the subtle sweetness of the pork while harmonizing with the aromatic liquorice notes of the fennel.