Very cosy, friendly pub with good pub food and great for dogs. Definitely worth a visit. Very good service too.
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Visited a couple of times as the staff were really friendly and the service was great. Traditional pub with good variety of food. The portion sizes are big and the food quality is excellent. The lager on draft was top quality. The staff were so...More
We have been visiting Westbay for the past 5 years and always found the food to be excellent. However we visited again this week and found the food below par. My chicken was over cooked, chips were soggy. Such a shame
We've been using this pub for about 4 years now, but haven't been over the last year. Previously we've always been happy. The staff are friendly and we've always enjoyed the food and loved that it was dog-friendly. However the last visit was a bit...More
After reading reviews of the George we decided to pop along for afternoon lunch. The staff were first class and very professional and could not do enough to make sure we were happy. The food was fantastic and very well presented. Will be going again...More
The mackerel starter was good with the fish being just right : unfortunately the salsa had leaked into the ciabatta making it soggy and inedible. Portion size of main lasagne was too small . The dish lacked flavour. The garlic bread was soggy and tasteless...More
My Husband had the cheese ploughmans, good variety of local cheeses, their homemade Piccalilli is to die for, I had sea bass, with king prawns and samphire, with a chilli and coriander butter. The Bass was perfectly cooked, and went beautifully with the saltiness of...More
Plenty of seating, plenty of food, wide pub food variety on the menu, a really good stop off point, when travelling.
We were staying in Bridport with family and our last night decided that we would go out for a meal. To start with we went the opposite direction and couldn’t find one place open. Then after driving around we came across the George inn and...More
We popped in here for a snack lunch on our way to Weymouth and were pleasantly surprised. The menu us varied but well priced - macaroni and cheese with garlic bread is only £5.95 which is excellent. It's a large pub and the time we...More