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Georges Mediterranean Bar & Grill

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Published July 15th 2015
Do your part for Greece by eating all their food
Georges Mediterranean Bar & Grill is a hearty Greek restaurant with gourmet dishes and an impressive waterfront location.

I paid for my visit using a Groupon. A Groupon can sometimes cause venues to treat you as a second-class customer, but this was not an issue at Georges. We received excellent service; the staff were welcoming and friendly without being overbearing.

The menu is modest, fitting onto one page, but manages to incorporate a variety of dishes. There are a handful of seafood options for mains, as well as one dish each for five different types of meat, and a single vegetarian dish. While the mains menu is minimalist, there is more variety in the starters, mezze and sides.

For an entree, I ordered the traditional Greek sausage with house pickles while my dining companion ordered a seafood dish. The sausage was quite rich, and perfectly complemented by the small serve of vegetables including cauliflower and carrot.

georges Mediterranean bar and grill entrees
Entrees from Georges Mediterranean Bar & Grill.

Moving on to mains, I ordered the grilled chicken breast with yemista style capsicum. It was served with watermelon cubes, which were a welcome addition. Meanwhile, my companion ordered the fish of the day. We were both pleased with our meals (and even more pleased that we were getting them cheaply with a Groupon).

georges Mediterranean bar and grill entrees
John Dory from Georges Mediterranean Bar & Grill.

georges Mediterranean bar and grill chicken
Grilled chicken from Georges Mediterranean Bar & Grill.

The different textures of the meal stood out. The grilled chicken breast was well-cooked but juicy, while the rice and vegetables in the stuffed capsicum were perfectly crunchy.

Georges has both indoor and outdoor seating options; we opted to sit outside to enjoy the view and the breeze. Well-lit and equipped with heaters, the outdoor dining area was comfortable with fantastic atmosphere.

Striking the perfect balance between being upmarket and friendly, Georges is a lovely restaurant that is sure to impress.
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Why? For satisfying Greek fare in a truly impressive venue.
When: Lunch, dinner and late; seven days.
Phone: 9295 5066
Where: Wharf 3, The Promenade, King Street Wharf, Sydney 2000.
Cost: About $30 per main.
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The John Dory looks pretty good
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