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George and Dragon - Chipstead

39 High Street, Chipstead, Sevenoaks, TN13 2RW

(((() British
  •  - Kent
  •  - Kent
  •  - Kent
  •  - Kent
Main course: £13
Food spend: £28
Opening hours
Food served every day from 12:00 - 21.30.

Under staffed for a beautiful sunny lunchtime.
Great food!

Malcolm 23 June 2018
from Sodcup

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Brimming with historic charm, George and Dragon Chipstead is housed in an enchanting 16th-century inn. Crackling log fires and gnarled beams feature indoors, or a contemporary patio offers al fresco dining.

Serving refined British flavours, the George and Dragon menu offers a daily-changing selection. Sourcing from trusted British suppliers, the George and Dragon Chipstead champions local and seasonal produce. Sustainable fish stocks and wholly organic or free range meats are used in dishes like slow-cooked duck leg with gooseberry compote, and Devon crab linguine. Freshly baked bread with English butter offers a delightfully homely touch.

Alongside a sophisticated wine list, George and Dragon restaurant takes full advantage of the local Westerham brewery. As well as a range of cask ales from the brewery, the signature “George’s Marvellous Medicine” is a popular choice.

The George and Dragon blends warm hospitality and fresh, modern flourishes. Sevenoaks Rail Station is 6 minutes’ drive away.

George and Dragon - Chipstead

39 High Street, Chipstead, Sevenoaks, TN13 2RW

Contact +44 1732779019

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Customer reviews for George and Dragon - Chipstead

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94% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • lunch (242)
  • dinner (232)
  • romantic (100)
  • child friendly (72)
  • al fresco (69)
  • value (67)
  • private dining (66)
  • large parties (46)
  • business (28)
  • trendy (28)
  • luxury (23)
  • entertainment (18)
  • views (11)
  • afternoon tea (10)
  • breakfast (1)
  • ((((( 23 June 2018 by Malcolm from Sodcup

    Under staffed for a beautiful sunny lunchtime.
    Great food!

  • ((((( 20 June 2018 by Doug from Kent

    Always very good service and very good food!

  • ((((( 20 June 2018 by Geoff from Chislehurst

    Very good, excellent food, exceptionally friendly staff a young lady and young gentleman could not have been more helpful

  • ((((( 11 June 2018 by Maggie from London

    Excellent food, setting and staff - will return.

  • ((*** 5 June 2018 by Vicki from Kent

    Hi, beautiful pub, I had the duck with carrot and orange sauce, rhubarb pie and ice ream all rather scrummy indeed. The only thing that spoilt it for me was the bar manager throwing the empty bottles in a bin behind the bar, which was so loud and made me jump every time, I did mention this but he came out with some excuse as to why he needed to do this, then carried on doing it, to me there is no excuse whatsoever in doing this, please could you pass this on and perhaps he might stop doing it. Please could they not automatically add on service charge, there were only three of us, if I want to leave a tip at the end I will. Thank you.

  • ((((( 5 June 2018 by Jon from Woodhurch

    Very satisfactory

  • ((((( 20 May 2018 by Sandy from Kent

    A very good lunch enjoyed outside in the sunshine. A good range of options from snacks/light bites to main dishes. Very friendly staff.

  • ((((( 15 May 2018 by Tina from Sevenoaks

    Amazing locally sourced produce. Presentation and taste exceptional.

  • ((((* 9 May 2018 by Nicholas from London

    Food and service were great! We had a table outside in the garden as it was a lovely sunny day.
    We both had the asparagus to start, which was delicious and then roast lamb and the sunday roast beef for mains - both were excellent (amazing gravy!)
    The desserts were nice but didn't quite match up to the brilliance of the starters and mains.
    A meal was accompanied with the Grasshopper ale which was tasty and they obviously know how to look after cask ale.
    All in all - would definitely go again and it is a great spot for lunch on the way back to London after a trip to nearby Hever or Ightham Mote.

  • ((((* 8 May 2018 by Eugene from London

    Friendly staff and a nice outside space although we chose to eat inside.Unfussy decor inside with a nice feel.The food was delicious as was the wine and would have no hesitation recommending The George and Dragon.My only gripe was the seating for smaller parties mean a table by the gents toilet or the noisy coffee machine.

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