Came here for lunch and have the slovaki box which was great value. It was a very relaxing atmosphere with a nice chilled vibe.
We lucked out on our first evening in Sydney .It was Australia day but we boarded a ferry to Darling Harbour as we had been told by our hotel concierge that the fireworks would take place near there.We alighted from the ferry and found ourselves at Georges ,how wonderful -the man himself came and greeted us and saw to our... More
After a very rich meal the previous night, we were looking for something simple and Georges menu fitted the bill. Its not a big menu but I prefer a restaurant that does a few things well than one with long list of dishes that it can't possibly do without using bulk caterers. My partner had char grilled chicken on a... More
You're only paying for the view. This is a place to go if u have 3 hrs up ur sleeve for ur lunch break, not if ur lunch break is only an hr. Couldn't find anyone to seat us when we arrived so the bar man had to come & seat us. He took our drink order & never came... More
We stopped here for a quick light lunch on a trip to Sydney. The service was quick and friendly, ambience was great and the food was lovely. A bit pricy but you expect that in this location. Recommended!
Meet up with friends to have lunch, service was not what I expected , First bottle of wine was off which was replaced . The water service was very poor had to wait for desert menus , plus had to wait for bill .Will not be young again. Do not recommend
It's like walking into a wonderful taverna in Greece. The ambience is maritime - boats, tingling rigging, masses of green plants and then the wow factor - the food. We had a "feast" for 9 people. A couple of starters followed by a selection of very greek and delicious entrees and finished off with the absolutely superb slow cooked lamb.... More
I ate here with a group of about 30 colleagues. We were seated over three tables and had a set menu with 2 choices for entree, 4 for mains and 2 for desert. Our 'deal' included red or white wine and still or sparkling water. The cost of the meal was included in the cost of the small conference we... More
the Vivid Festival made Cockle Bay a very crowded space and the potential for a long wait for dinner made us move our hungry selves further up. The bar/restaurants in King Street wharf all had music blasting out but Georges was an oasis of calm with the same seating and views as the noisy places. We were served by friendly... More
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