Georges on Waymouth in Adelaide
One of Australia's Best European cuisine restaurants
Georges on Waymouth was established in the heart of Adelaide's CBD by George and Voula Kasimatis in November 2002, with the aim of serving fresh seasonal produce with impeccable service in a classic European setting. The ambient dining room is stylish and minimalist, with crisp linen tablecloths, high ceilings and wooden floorboards.
Undeniably a crowd-pleaser, Georges on Waymouth continually strives for excellence among locals and interstate guests. In its more than 14 years of operation, it has grown from six to 23 staff, with its service expanding to breakfasts and lunches five days a week (Monday to Friday) and dinners from Tuesdays to Saturdays.
Offering customers the ultimate dining experience in a warm, minimally magnificent environment where beautifully- orchestrated dishes, fresh produce, fine wines and great coffee are offered, all complemented by excellent customer service, it has received many accolades.
So if it's breakfast, lunch, dinner, a private function or even a quick espresso, be assured George and his award-winning team are there to service your needs. Attention to detail has always been so important that all the breads, pasta and desserts are made on the premises daily with the freshest produce available.
The seasonal menu changes quarterly, with strong influences from Greek, Italian and Spanish cuisines, featuring stunning delights such as scallops, morcilla, rhubarb and pumpkin puree. Tortellini of lobster, carrot beurre blanc and watercress are also among the best selling items, yet their signature dish is the Lamb Press. The pancetta, mustard fruits, parsnip and apple candy are sensational, while their famous date and green tea ice cream is closely competing with the fig and goat's cheese tart.
The menu is of course matched with an internationally- acclaimed wine list of local vineyards and imported varietals, although the owners take pride in the fact that one of the best wine sellers at the restaurant comes from Greece.
Georges on Waymouth 20 Waymouth St, Adelaide, SA 08 8211 6960 www.georgesonwaymouth.com.au
- Register Now
- Tsim Booky speaks to Neos Kosmos
- Is your Greek property on forestland?
- Milo Yiannopoulos' forthcoming memoir will not be published in Australia
- Women of Greece taking to the rugby field
- Greek Tourism Professor wins another international award
- The Vow of the Nation
- The 'Bell Bearers' of Eastern Macedonia come to Melbourne
- Corruption still riding high in crestfallen Greece
- Roar signs former Greek international defender
- Enosis Day vote threatens Cyprus talks
- Tsim Booky speaks to Neos Kosmos
- In memory of 16-month-old Nikki Adipas
- 'The New York Times' picks Greece, Australia and Cyprus among best places to visit in 2017
- Greeks among the hardest-working population in the world
- James Penlidis has the answer: Go naked!
- 138 violations of Greek airspace by Turkish aircraft
- Bougias of Bourke Street
- Bulleen project to set Melbourne up as Hellenic global diaspora headquarters
- WWII Bomb forces people to evacuate Thessaloniki
- When Melbourne went blue and white
Mercan Dede, Archie Roach and Cretan Lyra master Ross Daly headline 'Bohemia' at Collingwood Town Hall.
From unlikely champions to relegation battlers − where has it all gone wrong for Leicester City?
Now that schools are back in session, so too are feelings of anxiety and depression for some. Headspace's head of direct clinical services, Vikki Ryall has some tips for parents.
How Panagiotis Barbounis' vegan lifestyle and passion for global eco-preservation has made his brand a snack favourite all over the world.
Exploring the many different ways of introducing your children to the Greek language according to budget and time restraints.
Although not a household name among Australian sports fans, he remains one of the giants of the sport due to his extraordinary goal scoring feats in the 1950s and '60s.
Over $23,000 was donated to the Modern Greek Studies Program, helping to cement its future.
Tension mounts as Turkey reacts to Greece blocking the extradition of eight military officers Ankara accuses of involvement in July's failed coup
The Australian Photography Award winner talks to Neos Kosmos.
Dean Kalimniou on why it's high time we embraced a humanistic and benevolent conception of mankind, affording each other the respect and mutual regard we all deserve.
After two amateur footballers' lives were saved by defibrillators, Andy Paschalidis is imploring footballers around the country to be vigilant about their health.
As Fotis Kapetopoulos deliberates over whether to grow or shave his beard, he takes an analytical look at the beard and what it has stood for through history.
Last weekend Northcote City began its new campaign to win promotion back to the top tier on the right foot.
Honouring Greek Day − 14 February 1941.
Fringe World Perth 2017 welcomes the symbiotic ethos of art, technology and myth as showcased by Australia's leading Greek creatives.
The European Commission predicts a surplus of 3.7 per cent of GDP.
Chicago is a case study in chain migration, as relatives and fellow villagers sponsored others to come over, and this process continued for several generations
Ninety-two per cent of members were in agreement, confirming a sense of solidarity among the community.