Set within a beautiful traditional building right in the heart of the picturesque Greater Manchester and Salford village of Worsley, George’s Fine Dining on Barton Road is the place to go to bask in some good old rural charm. Serving up modern British cuisine as well as a long list of wines and cocktails, this fine dining room and bar pulls in a large crowd from all over the city.
Located inside a charming old building in Worsley that has been given a contemporary update with its chic decor, George's Fine Dining on Barton Road merges the old with new, and this style is even reflected in the menu, you will find an array of traditional British cuisine alongside some modern dishes. Focusing on showcasing the best of British food, each dish has been crafted using fresh produce sourced from award-winning local suppliers in the Manchester region.
Begin your meal with some confit duck with foie gras, celeriac puree and winter truffle, or soused mackerel fillet. Main course dishes include examples of quintessentially British cuisine like suckling pig served with duck fat potatoes and roasted carrots, poached venison fillet with liquorice, potato fondant and honeyed parsnips, alongside some casual classics like burgers and beer-battered haddock. Tucked away in the Salford village of Worsley, George's Fine Dining attracts a crowd from all over Greater Manchester, we recommend making your reservation in advance to avoid disappointment.
The fixed price, early bird menu was amazing value and had a really good selection of dishes. A starter of duck with oriental salad was big enough to pass for a main course and delicious to boot. The bream to follow was also delightful with a tasty crispy skin. All for £13.50! Friendly service and a tasteful, relaxed setting sealed the experience, definitely worth a visit.
Service was perfect, food was delicious. Beautiful location and environment. Lovely touch with a birthday cake for my man. Fantastic value, will definitely be visiting again.
The food was excellent as always and great service and atmosphere
Lovely atmosphere, really pleasant staff and great food. it is an excellent place to have lunch or a quiet drink with friends. I thoroughly recommend it.
The staff were fabulous , especially the girl who works in Crete through the summer ( forgot her name). We were given a taster plate of gin cured salmon that was delicious so we obviously complemented it and a few minutes later another arrived !! The meal itself was faultless other than a little too much truffle oil on my chips which made them a little soggy - they were taken off my bill ! We wouldn’t nomally have three courses but I told the waitress I was having a treat with it being my birthday , to which she replied “ pick any cocktail off the menu as a complimentary birthday drink !! These little touches were so lovely ! We cannot wait to go George’s again !!!
Amazing night, food was delicious, so well looked after by the staff and the chief is amazing. I have life threatening allergies and nothing is too much trouble for the staff and chef, they take extra special care around the food I order in advance to ensure there is no contamination and everyone is aware and gives you a warm welcome which instils instils confidence which is why i return time after time. I wouldn't hesitate in recommending this restaurant for a lovely meal and if you have allergies you will be well looked after and catered for. The decor and atmosphere are also amazing.
Have been to George's previously and we love the sunday and prix fixe menus. This time we tried the a la carte and I ordered the oxtail ravioli to start and the monkfish tagine main. The ravioli was too big, one giant parcel when i would prefer a few small ones in the consome of which there was very little off. As the meat in the ravioli was in one huge clump this made the pasta soggy. The meat in the starter tasted good at least, whereas the main the monkfish tagine was a bit plain and flavourless. The couscous served with it was lightly spiced with a slight coconut flavour which was nice, but given the main cost nearly 18 pounds I really did expect more from the flavour of the fish and broth. sadly disappointed by our visit this time.
Hi, I made this booking for my Mum and her friend as it was Mum's 78th birthday. Rob the manager made this a simple transaction as I don't live local any more but I wanted to pay the bill. Rob called me and the bill was settled. Anyway back to the experience, my Mum thought it was wonderful, the food was fantastic , the service from Rob and his staff was second to none and it made for a really special occasion . Thanks very much to all the staff concerned. Sean Ramsden
Had a great time - atmosphere was busy & buzzy & we loved the bar area. The service was excellent - they arranged things so that we could move to another table that was further in to the restaurant, they were knowledgeable about the menu and when I asked if I could swap the tagliatelle for salad it was not an issue. The seabass was gorgeous beautifully cooked & worked so well with the beetroot & the vegetables were piping hot & crisp not overcooked. Overall, very impressed & will definitely be returning.
Superb evening. The service - very attentive. Drinks just when we wanted them. Food spot on, quality absolutely excellent! For starters we had the Crispy Beef and King Prawn Salad and my partner had Goats Cheese and Beetroot Tart. For our main course we both had the Rib Eye Steak both cooked to perfection. Desserts Sticky Toffee Pudding and White Chocolates Shortbread. With the steak being the highlight of the meal, we will be returning again very soon. Georges is worth a visit you won't regret it.