A traditional rustic pub in the heart of the Kent countryside near Sittingbourne, The George, as it is affectionately known, started life as a farm building in the 1500s and became a pub in 1718. It even has its own bus service, direct from Sittingbourne – just look for the bus with The George on the front.
The George Inn offers more than just usual pub fare – it has its own 50-seater restaurant. Locally sourced seasonal produce is used to create our home made dishes.Among the mouth-watering offering are dishes like, pan fried sea bass with roasted vegetables & dill dressing, Rump of English Lamb on crushed new with buttered vegetables & Thyme jus or why not try our vegetarian Kenish.
Lighter snacks are offered at lunchtime. Diners can enjoy their food in the separate restaurant or in one of the two bars and keep snug by either the large inglenook fireplace or the log burner. Where they will also find our daily specials board to add even more choice for our diners.
And of historical interest to pub-goers, James Pimm, who invented the fruit cup Pimm’s, was born in the village.