In a place as dripping with history as the George, on the National Trust and a tourist destination for anyone interested in British or literary history, your expectations for food and beverage aren't very high - and you're quickly delighted to have your expectations surpassed. While you'll first visit this ancient gallery style, coaching inn to follow in the footsteps of Shakespeare and Marlowe, you'll come back again and again for the terrific selection of ales in great nick, and the exemplary pub fare like the fall-apart tender steak and ale pie or the roasted veggie sandwich on whole meal sourdough bread. A sprawling place with several bars and dining rooms, it's typical order-at-the-bar British style service, with a wonderfully large courtyard for enjoying an English summer day and knocking back a few too many ales or ciders. Lunch or dinner, and don't forget to try the fantastic sticky toffee pudding!
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