While on my business trip to OKC, we had the pleasure of dining at The Coach House on a Wednesday evening. Red Prime Steak was allegedly fully booked, so we called this restaurant and they said they could fit us in.
Decor & location.
It is located in front of a quiet shopping center near the Chesapeake campus (northwest). From the outside it looked like a Swiss cottage. Once inside the theme was he same and white clothed. There's around 12-14 tables with seating from 2-6 pax. There's a private party room as well. From looking around the room, this was more of an old money, oil/gas tycoon/executive crowd.
We were quickly seated by the host. Throughout the entire meal, the waiter was spot: made recommendations, took orders, present food & desserts, and made conversation. Sorry, I can't remember his name but he showed us a hand sculpture made from wine bottle tins (when they were still made out of tin) he had collected over the years. I appreciated that He took the 'stuffiness' out of the environment.
I ordered the mushroom sandwich as my appetizer on a bed of vinegarette greens. It was really good. Then I had the 'no name' steak which was supposed to be a ribeye. One coworker got the same and got a ribeye. The other ordered a filet mignon and got that. My steak was a hybrid between the filet & ribeye, not sure if that is possible, but that's what I got. Anyways, it was cooked perfectly medium-rare and tasted perfect. The desserts were good, lime sherbet (decent) for me and soufflé (great) for my coworkers. The only downside was that the food was pricey, just a bit high for the value.
They have a large selection of wine and adult beverages. They ran out of the Malbec I wanted so they gave me the reserve for the same price. Wine prices are reasonable per bottle.
Would I go back: I probably would, on the company's dime - yes, on my own dime - yes for a special occasion.