Owned and operated by George Kasimatis, who knows his clientele by name, Georges on Waymouth was established by George & Voula Kasimatis in November 2002, with the aim of serving fresh seasonal produce with impeccable service in a classic European setting.
In the heart of Adelaideâ??s CBD, Georges on Waymouth is an undeniable crowd pleaser, continually striving for excellence amongst locals and interstate guests. The dining room is stylish and minimalist with crisp linen tablecloths, high ceilings and wooden floorboards.
A distinctly Mediterranean menu takes advantage of seasonal fare with beautiful delights such as Coorong Angus peppered veal, beetroot remoulade & crisp shallots. Tortellini â??Gulf of St Vincentâ?? bugtails, peppered yoghurt, prosciutto, & burnt butter vinaigrette. Hazelnut parfait, peppered strawberries & almond filo.
With relaxed and friendly service, an extensive wine list and stylish surrounds, Georges on Waymouth will ensure a memorable dining ...read more
- Outdoor Seating
- Group Bookings
- BYO (Wine Only)
- Wheel Chair Access
- Mains over $50
After dismal breakfasts in the past I'm please to report that I love their breakfast menu - some really different offerings. I went with Asian greens and poached eggs. It was a satisfying breakfast. Great coffee. Excellent service - much improved from my last breakfast experience.
George's on Waymouth had a little stall outside on the street for the Waymouth Street Party last Friday and we seen on their menu Grilled Haloumi. I love a grilled Haloumi with salsa, so decided to get one but unfortunately was let down. It was just way too salty, I could not eat it - had one full one but barely.. Such a waste of yummy cheese.
Came across George's through an Online Deal Voucher.... and I'm glad I did. My Partner and I enjoyed ourselves, the atmosphere was good, the food that was served to us (set menus) was great and they even let us change a dish as i didnt want to be adventurous and try the meat that was supposed to be in the pasta. The only fault would be mine, when I found myself apologizing to the waiter because I was getting way over tipsy from their wine by the end of the 3rd course! Was a good night! I'd definitly return.
Having had lunch at Georges I decided to give breakfast a go. Arrived at 8.00am for breakfast to find that there was one person on seating people, handing out menus, taking orders and making coffees. Needless to say we didn't get to order until 8.30am and the food didn't arrive until 8.45am. I managed to scoff it and only be 5 minutes late for my 9.00am meeting. To make up for the poor service the food needed to be outstanding - unfortunately not. It was ok and not what I expected from Georges. The eggs in sugo were plain - definitely need spicier chorizo.