Superb location in small village in the midst of the South Downs. Parking is extremely limited. Good menu at high prices. Food we had was quite good but not worth the money or the wait. Not worth the effort.
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Met family here for lunch but after arriving just after 1.30pm on a Sat was told they had shut the kitchens as they were too busy. We had drinks and waited a while hoping they would reopen but after a while decided to find somewhere else to eat. Very disappointing as the food looked lovely. Also don't be deceived by... More
Weekends tend to be our busiest times and we are sorry that you were disappointed with your visit to The George. As such we never shut our kitchen during these busy periods, so again we apologise if a misunderstanding over this has occurred. We hope you will visit again and whilst we will make every effort to accommodate those who... More
We have just enjoyed a really lovely lunch at The George. It is well worth the drive up to the village from the main Arundel road. The welcome was warm, the service was attentive without being intrusive and the food was really good. We had salt and pepper squid, sardines to start followed by pork belly and a smoked haddock... More
The George isn't really a pub. It's more a restaurant with a couple of tables for drinkers. The staff are irritated and harried, trying to take multiple orders at once and then forgetting to collect payment from the right people. Staff were obnoxious and seemed irritated that we wanted to have a drink in their pub. I would avoid and... More
This review comes from a large group of youths who arrived en masse during a busy Easter lunch. We were not impressed that they brought their own food and drink to consume on our premises, so politely asked them not to do so. Sadly they interpreted this not unreasonable request as unfriendliness! We welcome large groups who behave well and... More
Well this pub just gets better and better, the fish and best chips I have ever had was amazing and my husband had roast pork which was really good followed by treacle tart and custard, we weren't rushed at all and had a leisurely lunch with good service!!
Service poor and staff appeared stressed -waited 35 minutes for drinks to be served from order being taken: in a pub! The restaurant lacked atmosphere; there was no buzz and the continual heavy footed stomping of the manager (I assume - the guy with red rimmed glasses) around the place just ended up being annoying. The menu lacked choice given... More
All had just the main course. I had the chicken and prawn pie asked could I have chips instead of mash no problem would recommend the pie. One friend had wild boar sausages said spicy but not too hot. The other had duck was lovely. Asked were meals ok. Attentative service. Lovely walks also in the area.
We stumbled across the George on Saturday. It was busy and we had not booked but there were tables available. Despite this they said we would need to sit outside which suited us as it was very sunny and warm. The service was slow and the bar service was below what I would expect to be honest. Both floor waitresses... More
Had a most enjoyable light lunch here after a decent walk. Hadn't visited the pub for years after being put off by a previous haughty owner who managed to ruin this beautiful old downland pub. Vowed I would never go back but after reading some recent reviews and seeing that it was in the hands of the local community decided... More
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Would you say The George was suitable at lunchtime for a family? We have 3 children aged 5-11.(well behaved - mostly!)