after reading a very good review in the yorkshire post me and my husband gave this little place a go, after eventually finding it( A1 roadworks a mightmare)
freezing and snowing the worst of the snow just starting to settle
very friendly young lady mandy i think her name greeted us with a warm welcome and some menus we took our drinks to a table and she told us the daily specials' fish and chips' homemade of course
i had the butternut squash soup to start' thick deep sweet lush 'although some nice homemade bread would have been fabulous to accompant it, for my main i had phesant kiev on buttery soft mash with greens realy lovely good idea for phesant ( i will be trying that one out myself next shoot) for dessert i had chocolate brownie very good.
all in all a plesant meal and when in that neck of the woods will defenatly return
pricewise i think 3 courses was about £16 from the set menu which i had exellent value give it a go .
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to The George at Wath, we are now serving quality local cask ales a selection of fine wines served by the glass, our restaurant is focused on providing Fresh, Local, Seasonal produce under the supervision of our Head Chef, Harrison Barraclough. We pride ourselves on the quality of product we offer. We have five luxurious well appointed en-suite rooms and a function room for special occasions, weddings, business meetings and events. ... more less
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