Champions of local music, local ingredients and local philanthropy, Georges in March also acts as a local favourite for great food.
Diners in March should look no further than Georges, as alongside an running an excellent restaurant, the kitchen staff work hard on ensuring those frequenting the less formal bar area can enjoy some brilliant British cuisine.
The chefs at Georges also endeavours to use the finest and freshest locally sourced ingredients in all their dishes, ensuring each one is as delicious as they can be. For those simply looking for a bite over some beverages there are plenty of light bites available, with an array of sandwiches, baguettes and melts with delectable fillings like the irresistible prawns with Thousand Island sauce and the classic mature Ploughman’s, or the perfect bar bites ensemble of the Ploughman’s Cheeseboard and Nachos Combi sharing platter.
Those seeking something a little more substantial, yet still fairly swift, will adore the refreshing salads, such as the tantalising BBQ chicken salad and the enticing chilli salmon salad, and the hearty burgers, including the veggie friendly Bean Burger Bap and the brilliant bar based Budweiser Southern Burger Bap, which exclusively uses meats sourced from Spinney Farm and are all served in a ciabatta roll.
Diners looking to get straight to satisfaction with proper bar grub should look no further than the excellent basket meals, which contain seasonal and locally sourced potatoes, and the traditional bar meals, including favourites like the succulent 8oz sirloin steak and the beloved wholetail scampi and chips.
With live music frequently resonating through the establishment and a friendly staff manning all stations, there really is no better informal eatery than Georges.
Please Note: The tastecard discount is not available during Bank Holidays.