The Peeping Tom
|General Manager||Paul Gavin.|
216 Cromwell Lane, Coventry, West Midlands CV4 8AP
|Contact Us||Tel. 024 7646 6710 email. firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Map||Click Here For Map.|
|Type||Pubs in Coventry.|
|Pub Explorer Reference||55196.|
|Pub Opening Times||Monday - Saturday 11.30am - 11pm.|
Sunday 12noon - 10.30pm.
We can cater for parties / gatherings in an area of our restaurant and sit down meals, buffets & DJ can be provided.
|Drinks on Draught||Birra Moretti, Fosters, Kronenbourg 1664, John Smith's Extra Smooth, Guinness & Strongbow Cider.|
|Real Ales||Wells Bombardier Premium Beer (4.1% ABV) & Monthly changing Guest ale.|
|Other Drinks||Extensive Wine Menu, Hot Chocolate, Tea & Range of Segafredo Zanetti Coffee.|
Sport & Entertainment
Quiz including Rock and Roll Bingo from 9pm.
|other entertainment||1 TV Screens - we will soon have 2 TV Screens, Pool Table, Darts Board - comign soon.|
Our main menu is available daily with a lunchtime selection of homemade meals at £4.99. Delicious carvery served on a Sunday hand carved in front of our customers. Weekly changing specials. Children's menu also available.
|Bookings||We take bookings seven days a week.|
|Lunch Menu Times||Monday - Friday 12noon - 3pm.|
|Main Menu Times||Daily 12noon - 9pm.|
|Carvery Times||Sunday 12noon - 5pm.|
|Lunch & a Drink Offer:|
Available Monday - Friday 12noon - 3pm.
Enjoy a homemade meal from our 'On The Deck' selection plus a drink for only £4.99.
|OUTDOOR FACILITIES||Al Fresco Dining, Large Beer Garden, Covered Patio Area with heating & lighting, Outdoor Children's Play Area, Very Large Car Park, Disabled Car Parking.|
|GENERAL FACILITIES||Free Wi-Fi Access, Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilet, Baby Changing Facility.|
|OTHER||Children Welcome, Dogs Welcome outside on a lead, Coach Parties Welcome by appointment, Debit and Credit Cards accepted.|
The Peeping Tom, situated in Cromwell Lane, is one of Coventry's best known pubs. Inside has a spacious seating area and a home-from-home feel. The pub has a contemporary design with a warm, welcoming colour scheme. Outside, the large and picturesque garden includes an outside dining area, perfect for al fresco dining along with a children's play area. One of the highlights of this popular venue is the Carvery, offering a freshly cooked selection which includes Red Tractor farm assured British meat. You are invited to dine anywhere in the pub. There is also a huge choice of great value pub food, from baguettes and salads to burgers, curries and popular dishes such as beef lasagne and hand-battered fish and chips. The Two for One deal lets you simply order two adult main meals and get the cheapest one free. For our younger visitors there are appetising choices from their own menu. We are popular with walkers and walking groups as well as local regulars, older people taking advantage of our senior citizen offers and families who come mainly at weekends. There is history here in the guise of local resident Philip Sammons who lived two doors away as a boy and first worked at the pub as a 12-year-old glass collector in 1945. Now in his late 70's, he is still a very familiar face at the Peeping Tom. The pub has been demolished and rebuilt since those days, but the latest refurbishment recaptures the original spirit of this great local venue, with a superb atmosphere and a warm welcome for the whole community. Come and see us soon.