Superwoman Nicola Horlick has ventured into the world of restaurants with an all-day eatery named after her late daughter Georgina. As you’d expect from a lady with business acumen, she has picked a strong team with Adam Byatt (Trinity, Bistro Union) overseeing the culinary side of things. The vibrant menu reads brilliantly, although the kitchen was still finding its feet when we visited. Our starter of butternut squash feta and pumpkin-seed salad looked rather clumsy, but presentation was spot-on when it came to a huge chunk of char-grilled tuna with trendy pomegranate molasses and soy-dressed bok choy, and a fabulous-looking bowl of crab and chilli linguine with sourdough crumbs. To finish, puds are café-style standbys – a slice of this or that, frozen yoghurt, bowls of jelly and so on. Teething troubles aside, Georgina’s has the potential to be a great little neighbourhood drop-in.
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