We were there for restaurant week and we Loved the diverse offering. Trout was huge ( I could not finish it). Crispy on the outside and nice and light on the inside...and creme brûlée were perfect! My husband had the duck terrine , pomme frites and flatiron steak. All were great! The ambiance is casual and cozy.
We are old customers and always like it. First time for Brunch. Outstanding!
I went with a friend on Saturday night at 8pm, and the place was packed. The place definitely has captures the bistro feeling. The beef bourguignon was a poem! Tender and flavorful! My friend got the steak frites, and the fries were killer. We got the cheapest bottle of wine from the Bordeaux list, and it was fabulous. I have been there a number of times and have never been disappointed. I went recently for brunch on Saturday and my Euro snob friends were all delighted.
Thought we were going for Restaurant week. Unlike most other restaurants participating, they exempted Friday.
This is a great neighborhood place - such a nice French bistro feel with great food and drink. Probably most regular place for us to visit locally
Excellent meal during restaurant week...trout and coq au vin were outstanding...will definitely return
We took friends and had a great night and everyone loved their food!
Having been frequent diners at the previous restaurant there, and after reading some good reviews, we looked forward to returning to a favorite spot. The staff was friendly, but inattentive. Maybe just too few and too busy. The drinks weren’t made well. Our soups were rather bland and our entrees- filet mignon au poivre- were cold. Nobody checked on our satisfaction or whether we needed anything. We were very disappointed. We would not recommend the St. George to anyone.
So good to find a French bistro serving such old time-y staples as Coq au Vin, escargots, etc. This is my idea of French comfort food. The prix-fixe dinner menu makes it a good value. The food was well prepared and served by a very attentive wait staff. I'll be back!
Wanted to go to this restaurant for a very long time and finally made it happen for a nice date night. We enjoyed the chef selected half dozen oysters, but it was too bad after it was delivered to our table, there wasn't a naming or description of the oysters so we knew what we were given. They were still delicious. The rest of the food was decadent and lovely and we enjoyed the mixed drinks as well. Wine list is nice. Ambiance is great and a needed gem in Westchester.
We went there on a Sunday night for my husband’s birthday and had a great meal. The cauliflower purée soup and roasted quails were amazing, though dessert selection could be better. Wine by the glass was a generous serving. We did not have the Sunday evening special prix fixe which was super good value, but then we wanted thee quails. Service was attentive as well. I was just surprised by the casual atmosphere and dress code for a French restaurant that serves such gourmet cuisine.
We had a lovely meal- oysters, escargot, salad, duck and steak frites, chocolate mousse. Good ingredients, deftly prepared. Service was warm and attentive without being instrusive. BYOB night, they brought out appropriate glassware and did a good job opening a 1er cru Burg with some age. We'll be back/
Excellent food. Lovely candlelight ambiance. Will definitely go back!
Love this place. Fantastic for Sunday brunch!
Always impressed by well-trained staff and can count on food being delicious. Grateful for excellent oyster selection also.
Loved this place. The service is wonderful, friendly, and quick, but not rushed. The food is delicious; French but not fussy French. Hearty and flavorful. One of my favorite things was being able to easily hear my friends. The decor is cozy and creative. I would come here for a romantic date, drinks with the girls, a family brunch. It suits many occasions.
We have had several gatherings of friends here and this one was once again a great evening. The food, ambiance and friendly service made for an evening we all enjoyed. We will be back in a few months for our next outing. The Thursday night BYOB makes it an even more attractive venue to share with friends.
Lovely spot for date night, food was excellent.
As always, loved it. The food and the ambiance was lovely
First time for brunch
It was excellent
The lobster roll on toasted croissant was worth the drive
One of our favorite restaurants. We enjoy the food, the drinks and the atmosphere!
St. George is easily one of our very favorite restaurants in Westchester. Terrific food, great service, and delightful environment. In sum, a treasure.
As always, an excellent experience! This is what dining out is meant to be.
Overall, we were disappointed with our meal. We were intrigued by a menu of classic Frenc dishes, but while, the steak-frites came with great fries, the sauce Bearnaise was mediocre at best. The Bordelaise sauce that was offered as a substitute was not much better. The pork blade steak also tasted as though it had received only the most minimal preparation and lacked flavor. On the positive side, the desserts we chose --chocolate mousse and a creme brulee, were both quite good.
A suprise gem in Hastings on the Hudson. French food in a lovely setting. Cozy two story building that makes you feel you're in the country. Second floor line with wine bottles. Duck was delicious, steak Frites yummy and French fries crispy as they should be. The chicken was a hit as well. Escargot was too salty. Only negative
Food was delicious, service was attentive, atmosphere and decor complement the French food theme.
My wife's birthday dinner was spectacular. From the amazing escargot, perfect frites, well-cooked steak, wonderful coq a vin, and delicious cassoulet, all the way to the perfect creme brulee. Nice, quiet atmosphere; solid service. Highly recommend!
Our party of 4 really enjoyed our dinner here. We were seated upstairs & while a large Larry was also there it was better than the table near the door. It was a bit loud but they were not all there the entire time we were. My husband & I started with the onion soup which is delicious. My main dish was the trout which was cooked to perfection. My husband had the Boef bourgeoine & he loved it. Would highly recommend this neighborhood grm
Love this place. One of our favorite rarer aunts in westchester. Always fantastic!
Great cozy bistro. Terrine was very good and the Coq au Vin was amazing. Will definitely be back to try more of the menu.
We always enjoy ourselves at St. George.
It is a great place for a Sunday brunch.
The food is delicious, the wine is wonderful and the staff is very attentive.
We had heard of St. George for some time but had never dined there as French cuisine is generally something we would not seek out. But it was the missus' birthday and OT described the restaurant as 'cozy', which is what we were looking for. We were not disappointed as the ambiance was as advertised and food excellent. Starters were charcuterie (jambon) and 'little gems' salad (a buttery type of lettuce). For mains, she had the boeuf bourguignon (fabulous!) and I the steak frites (a wee bit tough). For dessert, the birthday girl partook of the mousse au chocolate, which was smooth and creamy as one would have expected. On the other hand, I tried something I never had the a opportunity to check out La Fee Verte: Absinthe! The bar at St George has a absinthe fountain and does the full la louche ritual with the slotted spoon, the sugar cube and dripping ice water. The show was worth the price of admission; a very pleasant evening all around.
I wouldn't recommend this restaurant. it's ordinary, in fact verging on tired. It felt like a factory was operating in the kitchen churning out mediocre versions of classic dishes that were plated oddly, tasted strange, and less than satisfactory.
Who serves French Onion Soup with so litle melted cheese that I had to hunt for it? And what was the base of the onion soup? Clearly
not beef, clearly not onion. Seriously $14 for this mess?
I can tell that the wait staff (not the bus staff which were efficient and friendlier than the wait staff) were doing a job- perfunctory at best.
My wife makes better coq au vin at home The profiteroles (@ $10 no less) a cut above Trader Joe's Frozen ones....just a cut above.
The combinations were odd: cauliflower with brussel spouts and duck breast? Given that I don't eat Brussle sprouts and asked to have them left off, what might have been subsituted? Well, nothing was. Someone wasn't thinking or didn't care in the chain of waiter-chef-plater-owner....
The noise level was not comfortable for us. But that is a function of the ambiance, and only minimally affected this less than stellar review.It was what it was. If the food and service were above average, then the ambiance would have a neutral rating. So, a non-starter.
Mostly it felt old, tired,and very very commerical, like a perfunctory restaurant business rather than what one might expect in a decent French restaurant: spot on cooking, respecting and respectable service,i.e. professionalism. Still a business, but one that knows what it is doing and doing it right. Not even close.
This place will not see us again, not under these owners. It's not a good value, not worth the money nor the drive. So no, I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.
I totally liked this restaurant. There were four of us for brunch and we all had the same thing, so I can't speak too expansively about the food. That said, everything was delicious: a superb butternut squash/apple soup, a perfectly prepared omelet accompanied by tasty salad and a lovely potato dish (like a Jewish kugel, actually). Service was warm and efficient. And the restaurant has an attractive antique look. I live in New York City but hope to come back.
We were an hour late because of a flat tire but staff was very accommodating. Everything was delicious and filling. There is no pretentious air you may be wary of when it comes to some french/french themed restaurants. We will be visiting again. I did wish we were not seated in front of the stairs but we were over an hour late so we'll take it...
Small french decorum restaurant. Met friends for early Sunday meal. Restaurant was quiet and outside was also quiet. Food was good, nothing to rave about, good solid french cuisine.
St. George has been a favorite for a few years now and keeps getting better. Dragged my friends from Brooklyn to this spot on Saturday after raving to them for quite some time and they were super impressed as well. Great wine selection and I highly recommend the steak frites with the lobster béarnaise. My husband ordered the pork blade steak and I'm not a big fan of sauerkraut, but had a taste and was super impressed. I can't wait to spend yet another Valentine's Day at my favorite restaurant in Westchester.
Classic French bistro atmosphere. Unfortunately our waitress was abrupt and had an attitude
Outstanding service and great food! This restaurant has a real cozy feel to it and great spot for an intimate dinner.