George and Dragon - Chipstead


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About George and Dragon - Chipstead

Housed in a charming 16th-century inn, The George and Dragon in Chipstead is a traditional pub and dining room with real fires and a warm ambience. There is a contemporary outside patio area for al fresco drinking. With the welcoming atmosphere of a local village pub, The George has an intimate dining room, with banquette seating, rustic oak beams and cosy tables. The daily menus change to reflect local and seasonal ingredients, supporting local farmers and British produce, and there are several local ales. Delicious dishes on the George and Dragon Chipstead menu include slow roast belly of black pig pork with apple and sage, South Coast cod with purple sprouting broccoli or wild mushroom risotto. There is freshly baked bread with English butter and a good selection of wines to complement your meal. A cosy and welcoming gastro pub in Chipstead, The George and Dragon offers traditional British cuisine with a modern edge.

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39 High Street Chipstead, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN13 2RW

01732 779019


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3 Reviews 

Ma C S

Food and Service
02 October 2019  

We went for lunch and was very disappointed with the portions.  Roast potatoes were dry almost like they were very old potatoes. Managers were not particularly friendly.  Very disappointed.  

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Great local pub and restaurant
15 January 2019  
Less of the pub, more of a pub-style restaurant with a great bar and decent cocktail and wine selection. Great food, really great, young friendly staff, historic pub that with lots of little corners that make it interesting and easy to find a cosy spot. Are there kids, possibly for Sunday afternoon but this place is in such demand we only go midweek when it's also pretty busy but we're more likely to get a table and no, I don't think I have ever seen anyone under 15 here. That said, we take our two teenagers who with the nightlights and candles could easily pass for adults, so I guess other kids might be going un-noticed by us. And that's the point. If I haven't noticed them, they're not a problem - for me, anyway. As for Sunday lunch, well where that serves a decent pub roast isn't full of younger ones and it's not so very long ago we were desperate to get out for a decent lunch that we didn't have to do the washing up after, so I don't begrudge any exhausted parents a break on a Sunday afternoon! But for anyone like us tired of the faux-artsy/funky/quirky chain pub template, because the food, the atmosphere, and the never anything less than charming service, the George gets 10/10 for being the kind of local gastropub that every town should have.
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Yvonne S

Missed opportunity
30 September 2017  
Two weeks ago myself and a group of friends visited, for the first time, The George and Dragon in Chipstead for lunch. It was not a positive experience. The noise was like ,being in the middle of a crèche on it's busiest day !. When we asked if it was possible to move to a quieter part of the pub/restaurant we were told somewhat haughtily that that was not possible, as it was a child friendly restaurant. We were then made to feel discriminated against because we had not brought children with us to join in the din. if it had been up to me and my husband we would have left, but our friends had organised the venue so we just sat there stomach juices churning away, nothing to do with the thought of the food we were about to receive. We did notice the few tables occupied by those who also had the temerity to turn up without children hurried their meals and left quickly! The service was very slow, in fact we did begin to wonder if the staff had forgotten about us. The food was OK ,but considering the prices it was a shame they bought in their puddings. I've seen the same thing in supermarkets To top it all we were charged for drinks we'd already paid for or simply just never received., to be fair the Waitress did change the bill straight away, but the damage was already done by then. Just to add insult to injury the service charge of 10% had already been added. WHAT SERVICE??!!
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