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Posted by Lori on 10/12/2009
George's has really good continental food. personal pizzas are great, as well as french bistro dishes.
Posted by fredy on 07/24/2008
i went saturday night to GEORGE'S in the Grove ,a new restaurant of Georges-Eric Farge ex owner of le bouchon It was great to see him back in action . the food is diferent from his old place : more continental The duck pizza confit is to die for! the decor is very New York and service is very friendly .
Posted by mikey on 06/24/2008
I went there twice and it was not good. i waited 40 min to get a table for me and my wife, they gave us a glass of "supposed champagne" which is actually just cheap French sparkling wine, the noise inside was horrible, we had to yell at each other in order to be able to have a normal conversation. The owner is whistling every 2 seconds, announcing stupid stuff over his microphone, it just adds up to the noise that made our dinner a nightmare. About the food, i found it quite expensive : 25-30 dollars for an entree which is just a roasted salmon or a steak tartare ( the portion arent that big and the sauce of the tartar had too much vinegar) For appetizers we tried the bacalao, the fritters, it was hyper spicy - but it isnt written anywhere on the menu that it was- i couldnt eat them.. My wife had a caprese salad, very pretty but the mozzarella isnt buffalo as they say it is, it had completely no taste at all. $13 and super small ! The presentation on the plates is really nice and i think the price arent justified. The desserts are goood. We tried the mango tatin, but the rasberry tart wasnt worth $7 ! The pizzas are very good, good price but only a choice of 3 pizzas... :( We waited for the food about 25 minutes after the unpolite waiter took our order. He seemed too busy showing magic tricks to the girls at the table next to ours. We asked 3 times for water before someone showed up with a tiny glass of water.