Restaurant The George in Cape Town

About Rest Restaurant The George

The George
Romney Park Hotel, c/o Hill & Romney Roads, Green Point , 8005 Cape Town

In our elegant restaurant our talented chef and dedicated team serve up a delicious and wholesome breakfast, lunch and dinner, whilst from our lounge, bar, and pool terrace guests can order from our scrumptious seasonal menu. 

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Reviews


8.4

(7 Recensies)


food

8.0

service

8.9

ambience

8.4

"The George Restaurant"

10.0
food: 10 service: 10 ambience: 10
The food was out of this world. beautiful to look at, delicious to eat and generous portions. A beautiful day made even better by great food, stunning venue and a delightful staff.
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"The George review"

8.3
food: 9 service: 8 ambience: 8
We has so much fun and really enjoyed the food. We had the pork belly and it was to die for and they serve really nice cocktails. I had no complaints on the day with the service as everything was perfect.
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"surprise, surprise"

8.3
food: 8 service: 8 ambience: 9
We did not expect much, but we must admit it was a pleasant surprise.We entered a tasteful ambiance.The food was excellent in quality and quantity.Good reason to come back.
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9.0
food: 7 service: 10 ambience: 10
This is the first time we went to The George. We decided to share our 2 course meals ordering a starter and main and a main with dessert. Starting with complimentary toast and butter we had Lemon & Pepper Calamari Salad (tip: salad dressing should be served on the side and not added to the salad); mains of Herb Rubbed Catch of the day (Yellow-tail) set on tomato risotto and Grilled Sirloin with potatoes and a summer vegetable salad. The Yellow-tail was delicious! Portions were big slight disappointment was the medium-rare steak being a bit thin and not juicy enough. Due to one of the desserts on the Restaurant Week menu being out of stock we could choose any dessert from the main menu; we opted for the dark chocolate brownie…delicious and once again huge portion. The setting is beautiful and very tranquil. The Chef was friendly and told us about the monthly lunch & dinner special offering 2 or 3 courses for R145 and R175 respectively. The service was quick and professional. The overall lunch experience was fantastic. I will definitely go back.
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"In the lap of luxury at The George"

8.7
food: 7 service: 10 ambience: 9
This is the second year we've enjoyed a relaxing, quiet Sunday lunch at The George during Restaurant Week. We spread our 2 courses such that we could share a starter and desert - thus getting to taste all the courses. Starting with Lemon & Pepper Calamari Salad, mains of Herb Rubbed Catch of the day (yellowtail) set on tomato risotto and Grilled Sirloin with summer vegetable salad followed by Lemon & Lime Tart served with candied fruit & berry coulis. Tastes were exquisite with the only slight complain being the medium-rare steak being a bit too thin and more to medium. This is really a hidden gem, also featuring a monthly lunch & dinner special offering 2 or 3 courses for R145 and R175 respectively. Value for money - wow!
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6.0
food: 6 service: 6 ambience: 6
Dinner got off to a shaky start with a stale bread roll and a strawberry daiquiri that was pure sugar (no strawberries were harmed in the making of this daiquiri!). Then we were told that there was only 1 crayfish tail available and 3 of us at the table had ordered it as a starter. Very disappointing! We compromised and 2 of us accepted the alternative seafood bouillabaisse (prawns, mussels and clams). (We were not offered the reduced price for the menu, as another reviewer of this restaurant was.) All of us ended up ordering the same main course - beef fillet with spiced lentils. This was the highlight of the meal and more than made up for the other 2 courses. For dessert, 5 of us ordered the chiffon cake and one ordered the pavlova. The chiffon cake was dry and disappointing - layers of unevenly cut slices of cake, with a smear of cream over the top - and not as light as I would expect a chiffon to be. The pavlova was apparently very good - too good to share. The service was great - our waitress handled our lively table of 6 very calmly and with a good touch of humour. So despite the stale brad, sugary cocktails, shortage of crayfish and disappointing dessert, we will most likely be back. Yes, the beef was THAT good!
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