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Spot on execution with respect for authenticity. Can't say that very often anymore...
As always, amazing. Always try the soup of the day—trust me.
I really like St. George. It’s a nice little French bistro. The food is good. The value is very good. Service is inconsistent. Mother’s Day is just not a good day for any restaurant. I should have sent back my steak which was tough but then my wife would have eaten alone and I would have eaten too fast.
great atmosphere in this bistro and food was fantastic.
Waiter was efficient but very unfriendly...
Very good food but served a little too "casually". Lacks "ambiance" and a certain style.
Great wait staff. Excellent food. Aaaaasaaaaaaaaaaa
Classic French bistro menu with nice specials. Moderately priced wine list. Very good!
We have been here before never disappoints excellent food and service
Everything was wonderful - service, food, ambience. Proprietor and service staff were wonderfully helpful and considerate - with me - I have a mild disability and use a walker and with my mother - who is elderly and deaf (so I need to shout at her for her to hear me). Restaurant is small, which is lovely. I was surprised how unfull it was on a Sunday evening (early) - this was perfect for us because it meant that I didn't disturb other patrons when shouting to my mother.
We were there for an early Sunday brunch, so the restaurant was very quiet and the atmosphere relaxing. The food was excellent.
The food was excellent. The martinis were made to perfection. But the place is understaffed. There was only one waitress for the entire ground floor who was very good but way too stretched. First course silverware wasn't replaced when the main course came. You had to flag down the waitress or busboy for more butter or bread. Plus, there was a manager who was hanging out at the bar, but not helping out. And we had an early reservation so the place wasn't even that crowded yet.
Love coming here. Food and Drinks are always ecellent
Had a delicious dinner from the Hudson Valley Restaurant week menu. Great value, excellent food and great service.
Food was amazing. The lemon Tarte was the best I’ve ever eaten! We will definitively be returning.
A neighborhood gem. Well executed classics, well edited wine list, friendly ambience.
Service was wonderful (brunch Saturday), even though only one hostess/ waitress/ bartender. Food however only ok - served lukewarm and fairly mediocre- especially given the fairly high prices. Not sure we’ll go back.
ALways great food and friendly staff. Coq au vin is so good and creme brulee is one of the best I'v ever had!
The bartender Collin was great! Awesome recommendations and fantastic service. Anything from their menu is great but be sure to try the stake frits!
Our server was wonderful. She was by herself when we first arrived and was only positive in her comments when we questioned why she was the only server during restaurant week. The food was excellent (as always) but we questioned why a bottle of bar white wine was $49.
Great meal with old friends. Food, service, and ambience were all wonderful. Will definitely return soon.
The food there is always great. And the service on that Tuesday was excellent. It happened to be Restaurant Week, so the prix fixe menu made it a better value. I give them 4 stars because for the portions they serve, they tend to be pretty expensive. They also have very few vegetarian choices.
Portions were generous, food was all delicious and well prepared (we especially enjoyed lobster bisque lamb shank and scallops specials.)
Classic French inspired bistro. Food was excellent, attentive service.
Very good bistro
Really enjoyed our dinner. Lovely bistro with a warm, inviting feel.
Congenial service; delicious food; great bartender. Table and chairs (from a comfort perspective) were only adequate. The gnocchi and mushroom special appetizer and the lamb shank special entree were amazingly tasty. Duck breast was solid, as was the trout entree. Chocolate mousse and profiteroles topped off a excellent French bistro experience. It helped that we brought a 2003 Leoville Proyferre to enhance the overall experience (corkage was fair at $25/bottle). We will be back, for certain.
We have been coming many years and this time was a huge disappointment for our party of 6. From the minute we walked in the door there was nothing welcoming at all. The drinks delivered were minuscule and took forever. The music was jarring and totally out of place for a bistro. Two of our dishes went back and the others just seemed pre-prepared or just rushed. Not sure whether there has been another change in ownership but this trip sadly was a huge letdown, especially at that price. Not sure we will be back, and that’s a shame.
Food was great. It’s on the higher end price wise, but 100% worth it. The portions do not disappoint. It does get a little loud, but I was still able to hold a conversation. We will definitely be back. The flat iron steak was like butter, and so delicious.
Saint George is such a great neighborhood gem. The food is always great. The service is always very nice. You never feel rushed. Did I mention the food was great? I really enjoy it a lot.
Love Saint George. We've never had a bad meal. The Flat Iron Steak is delicious!
Consistently great food and charming ambiance. Staff is always very helpful and friendlly
We ate upstairs. It is much quieter than main floor, but lacks the charm. The Cote de Boeuf is wonderful, but if you ask for medium, you will get rare. It’s happened to us on 3 visits. A suggestion: ask the waitress not to bring the sides until after the meat is served and you are happy. This way if you return the steak for more heat, the wonderful vegetables won’t get cold.
Second time coming to St George’s and enjoyed both time fully. Excellent food quality, taste and experience. Highly recommend to anyone interested in a great meal with a respect for Traditional French culinary cuisine.
My wife and I went to Saint George for a fixed price Valentine's Day dinner. All three courses were very good, espcially our main course, Chateaubriand for two. The service was attentive without being intrusive. The only drawback is that the wines are a bit expensive (not as bad as some places but still on the high side).
Valentine’s Day 3-Course Prix Fixe Dinner
My choices were the: Hudson Valley Foie Gras Torchon, Coq au Vin, and the Crème Brûlée.
Excellent meal. Coq au Vin was exquisite.
Good service. Waiter answered our questions, came back to check on us, refilled water without prompting, offered suggestions.
Definitely coming back to try the regular menu.
Photos below. Forgot to shoot the Foie Gras.
good food and good ambience like eating in Manhattan.
Had price fixed set menu for Valentines Day- while not quite as exceptional as it usually is we will be going back
Excellent French dining in a warm, comfortable, and attractive space. Very nice people, service. The best restaurant in Hastings, imho.