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St George, North Wales

Review of St George by JOHN HUNT on August 28th, 2007
Stopped for lunch 2 years ago & had a lovely meal, new owners had just taken over & place was being remodelled. Very filling & reasonable price. Stopped there at the weekend for lunch - 27/8/07 - meal was 5* but portions were small, food menu (2 pages) was limited (4 main courses) though wine list was extensive (3 pages) & their prices are a bit high.

Review of St George by Johnny C on October 16th, 2006
Little gem of a place in a fairly unpleasant part of Wales (i.e. within spitting distance of Rhyll). It's set back in the hills across the A55. St. George is a lovely little viallage and the Kimnel Arms is a very old pub. Beer is excellent, and it's been thoughtfully decorated, quite bright and modern but not tacky in any way. The food is also excellent, gastropub rather than a pub lunch. It's not too expensive either. Definitely worth a visit if your in the area. If you've put up with the fast-food slop and fizzy watered down lager that gets dished out in the seaside resorts nearby such as Rhyll and Towyn, a trip here is a welcome restorative.

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