A charming wee nook for dinner and drinks alike, The George IV is a pub in Chiswick known for its gastro fare, ever rotating selection of ales and rustic meets vintage inspired interiors.
A Fuller's favourite, The George IV is a grand space for dining and drinks. Whether you're hunkered down on one of their tables by the bar tucking into a board game and ale, out in the garden lapping up some good old fashioned Vitamin D, or in the cutesy space of their dining rooms with their lush menu and kitsch interiors, The George IV is a pub in London that does charming afternoons to a T.
Known for their ales and craft beers alike, The George IV will keep tastebuds wet with beer the likes of London Pride, Republica, Camden Hells, Beavertown Black Betty and more, all set alongside a menu of international wines. Need some food to wash that down with? Why not try their classic gastro plates with a twist; such as their Romsey pork rib-eye at £14, their seared Dorset loin of lamb at £15, or their grilled goat's cheese salad for just £9.50.
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A word from the chef:
Enjoy gastro grub at affordable prices at The George IV.
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