The George reopens with The Pig & Goose


Fleet Street’s George pub has reopened following some major restoration work and now boasts an upstairs dining room, The Pig & Goose. The ground floor has also been completely redeveloped but retains its original features and ‘traditional feel’.

The 50-cover Pig & Goose offers dishes such as: Dorset crab ravioli and partridge breasts, crispy legs, lentils, pancetta and cavolo nero. A new wine list complements the new menu and there is also a cheese trolley and range of ports, whiskies and brandies. The 80-seater bar serves much more traditional gastropub fare like fish ‘n’ chips, pulled pork and goose burger and shepherd’s pie. And the Horace Walpole private dining room accommodates up to 10 people.

Situated opposite the Royal Courts of Justice, The George with its black and white facade looks like a Tudor building but is in fact a Victorian reincarnation of a 15th century coffee house.


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