Top Foodie Trends in 2023

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Top Foodie Trends in 2023

As we move further into the 21st century, food culture also continues to evolve at a rapid pace. With an increasing desire to explore global ingredients and the growing popularity of health-focused diets, there are a number of exciting foodie trends to look forward to in 2023. Anyone who’s visited The George at Kilsby will know that experimenting with recipes and fusing together flavours from across the world is what we do best, so taking a look at what foodie trends are set to be on the menu this year, was right up our street.

Global flavours

As the world becomes more connected, global flavours will continue to be a major trend in 2023 – so expect to see a wider range of international dishes on the menu when you head out to eat this year. If you’re looking to try new flavours, but still want to feel at home, then The George at Kilsby is definitely worth a visit. Our menus are all about providing diners with a selection of Asian-inspired country-pub classics. From our Goan pork scotch egg to start, to our slow-cooked lamp rump served with Bombay potatoes for your main course, our mouthwatering menu is guaranteed to take your tastebuds on a trip to Asia. 

If you’re really looking to experience the ultimate infusion of flavours, then you need to book our Asian High Tea. Brand new to The George at Kilsby, our Asian High Tea quite literally provides diners with a cocktail of British traditions mixed with a multitude of Asian flavours. Experience a menu of sweet treats and savoury bites, each embodied with hints of Asia.

Gut health

Looking after our guts has been a hot topic in the health world for a few years now, and in 2023, we will see an increased focus on this within the food and dining industry. This means more probiotic-rich foods, such as kefir, kombucha and kimchi, as well as prebiotic foods that nourish the gut microbiome, such as onions, garlic and oats. If you are looking to eat out but want to try a dish full of gut-friendly ingredients, then why not try the plum hoisin crispy duck salad, here at The George at Kilsby? Complete with Asian slaw, turnip kimchi, plum hoisin dressing, edamame beans and crushed peanuts, our crispy duck salad is not only delicious but good for the gut too.

Comfort foods but with a twist

It’s no wonder that comfort food never goes out of date – after all, those homely dishes that we can’t help but long for bring with them a sense of nostalgia and familiarity. In 2023, expect to see chefs taking comfort food classics up a notch by giving them a modern twist, just like ours at The George at Kilsby. From our wood-fired pizzas to our fried chicken burger, we promise to give our diners a taste of home comfort effortlessly combined with gourmet dining. 

DIY cooking

Experimenting in the kitchen and attempting new dishes has never been more popular. More and more people are looking to step outside of their comfort zone, as they learn new cooking techniques and discover exciting flavours. And what better place to start your DIY cooking journey than by taking part in our cookery classes here at The George at Kilsby? Led by our established head chef Hari Krishnamurthy, participants will be virtually whisked away on a journey to Asia, as they learn to create an authentic curry masterpiece.

If this blog has got your tastebuds tingling and your mouth watering, then visit our website and find out what we have to offer. From our afternoon tea options to our monthly Supper Club and regular cookery classes, as well as our selection of menus – lunch, evening and kids – The George at Kilsby is guaranteed to give you the culinary experience you’re after in 2023.