The restaurant was a positive surprise. As you walk in the door, you are surrounded by old country charm resulting out of the history of the place the restaurant was established in. Near the pool table next to the bar interested costumers can have a look at historic pictures of the restaurant which has once been the first private school in Launceston. My friends and myself were lead upstairs by Sophie, one of the very friendly waitresses, onto the wooden mezzanine from which one has a beautiful view over the rest of the restaurant and the bar. If you look up you can even discover a timbered cathedral ceiling pointing out the restaurants past. The dim light contributed to a very cozy atmosphere perfect for a nice conversation among friends. The menu is well fitted, even for costumers that prefer vegan, vegetarian or gluten-free meals. The proportions are generous and you can taste that the food is of high quality, and additionally beautifully arranged. It was a good decision to dine in this restaurant because Three Steps on George isn’t just a restaurant but a part of Launceston’s history that now offers culinary delights in addition.