George's Great British Kitchen
Offering a refreshing take on British food in Nottingham’s centre, George’s Kitchen is a restaurant with a difference. The venue has a great story, the original idea conceived in the 80s by two creative business partners. Today, George’s continues to serve British food with a unique twist.
Upon entry into the restaurant, the quirky decor and jolly atmosphere will inspire and intrigue. Comfy booths and broad wooden tables welcome large parties, families and intimate duos alike. Lit by a combination of Edison lamps and huge chandeliers, and with a mismatch of vintage and contemporary furnishings, a visit to George’s is also a memorable visual feast. You can mix and match a range of fresh fish with different accompaniments, ensuring that each meal is deliciously fresh and served to your liking. Shy away from the traditional fish and chips and try the hearty and delicious Proper Dirty Burger. For something extra-special, why not upgrade your twice-cooked chips to sweet potato fries or Stilton chips? Other dishes like George’s deconstructed Scotch egg comprising handmade pork sausage meat with leek and ginger, coated in breadcrumbs and topped with a runny free-range baked in butter and a drizzle of brown sauce, attest to the kitchen’s creative grasp of British cuisine.
Creative cocktails feature on an extensive drinks list that includes popular classics with inventive twists and an extensive gin selection. If you’re visiting with friends, why not share the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, served in a teapot with teacups for a quintessentially English treat?