THE PERFECT BLEND OF CHARACTER, CHARM AND COMFORT
Our story began back in the 18th Century – with some believing our site was once a coaching inn back in the 17th Century. What was once The George Hotel, The George is named after King George III because our pub lies on the route of the old 18th Century turnpike road between Daventry and Lutterworth – and King George signed the Act of Parliament which allowed the turnpike road to be built.
Over time, The George has become a hearty hub for drinking, dining and socialising, shaped around local communities and get-togethers with loved ones.
The George Today
With a warm and welcoming atmosphere The George Pub in Kilsby offers a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, and is located a short drive from Crick, Barby and neighbouring villages. Whether you’re looking for a quiet drink after work, a place to catch up with friends, or a hearty meal, the pub has something for everyone.
The pub’s menu features a variety of classic pub favourites with an Asian twist to the cuisine, made with the freshest ingredients and cooked to perfection. From juicy burgers and crisp salads to slow-cooked stews and perfectly roasted meats infused with exotic flavors, there is something to suit every taste. In addition, the bar offers a range of local and international beers, as well as a carefully curated wine list.
So why not come and experience the warm hospitality, the great food with an Asian twist, and the unique dining experience that have made The George Pub a local institution?
DINE WITH US
Whether you fancy grabbing a bite to eat in our welcoming dining area or enjoying your favourite tipple in our quaint alfresco area, there’s no excuse not to visit The George.
Inspired by Hari’s childhood, spent cooking authentic Indian dishes with his family, together with his experience working in a three Michelin-starred restaurant and various venues across the globe, The George promises a mouthwatering menu, with something for everyone.
Perfect for dining, drinking and socialising – whatever the weather.