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FOOD & ENTERTAINMENT


The best of British


Looking for somewhere new to eat out this summer? Then why not sample some true British classics at Parkgate’s newest eatery, George’s.


Following a large investment by new owners, the former Enzo’s Italian has been completely refurbished and transformed into an open-plan, airy restaurant with a rustic feel. Tiled flooring, arched doorways and Roman-inspired sculptures each bring a Mediterranean feel. Diners will also be invited to take their taste buds on a journey with weekly specials featuring flavours from all over the world.


Whatever time of day you dine at George’s restaurant there will be something to whet your appetite, from hearty breakfasts to traditional mains and even afternoon tea. Before you take to the large 80-seater dining space, relax in the bar area and enjoy an aperitif or two with a wide choice of wines, draft beer, lager and spirits.


As you wine and dine at your table, catch a glimpse of the chef cooking up classic dishes using high quality, locally sourced seasonal produce made fresh to order. Lunch serves up fresh and tasty light bites including avocado and


‘‘In the evening, the ‘best of British’ inspired a la carte menu includes dishes that takes your dining experience to another level. ’’


smoked bacon salad, a fish butty served on ciabatta or stonebaked flaguette, and the Denis burger topped with Monterey jack cheese and bacon.


In the evening, the ‘best of British’ inspired a la carte menu includes dishes that takes your dining experience to another level. Starters include a caramelised onion, rosemary and Yorkshire blue cheese tart accompanied with a herb salad or the crayfish and apple cocktail with spicy seafood sauce and crostini.


Delight your tastebuds with mains such as slow roast belly pork with parsley mash, sautéed cabbage, apple textures with a cider sauce; or for fish lovers, try the baked cod with chorizo sautéed potatoes, creamed leeks, prawn and a champagne sauce. From the grill, offerings vary from a rib eye steak to a Barnsley chop all served with hand-cut chips, field mushrooms, tomato and garnish. Make sure you leave a little room for one of their scrumptious desserts such as the honey and vanilla panna cotta served with mixed berries and lemon shortbread, or lemon and ginger cheesecake with a fruit compote and Chantilly cream. For a savoury end to your meal opt for an English cheese, chutney and cracker selection.


And, if the summer sun shines, why not enjoy your lunch or refreshment al fresco in the new private garden area with open aspect views.


Breakfasts


Full English, veggie breakfast, sandwiches, smoked salmon and scrambled egg on granary toast


Lunches


Lite bites, salads and main courses including traditional favourites like beer battered fish and chips, homemade pie of the day and our in-house burger


Afternoon Teas


Evening Dining Wide selection of starters, mains and desserts Mains include baked cod,


roasted duck breast, lemon and thyme chicken supreme and steaks from the grill to name just a few.


Vegetarian options available


outdoor garden seating area


New


Sunday Lunch Served 12pm - 6pm


Traditional roasts of the day or choices from the menu


Venue Hire 80 seater fully licensed restaurant available for private events including birthdays, baby showers or weddings


Open


Daytime Monday to Saturday 9am - 5pm & Sunday 12pm - 6pm


Evening Wednesday to Saturday 6pm - 9:30pm


NOW OPEN SERVING QUALITY BRITISH CUISINE


Find us at


GREASBROUGH ROAD, PARKGATE, ROTHERHAM, S62 6HG


Telephone 01709 522922


Follow us on Facebook @georgesrotherham


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