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This Balinese beach bar and restaurant boasts stunning views out over the water, and its beautiful natural surroundings are enhanced by friendly staff and elegant decor to create a special ambience. Located beachfront along Pasir Ris Road, Georges At The Cove is the envy of many a Singapore eatery because the ability to sit under the stars and enjoy staggering panoramic views out to sea make this a unique dining experience. The busy kitchen serves up a mouthwatering spread of both Asian and western grill options, and even the fussiest of eaters will find something they love. It’s hard to fault Georges At The Cove, it’s a place to kick back, feel the gentle sea breeze on your face and enjoy good food, great music and superb drink deals at the bar. For those who deserve that little bit more than the norm, this spot fits the bill.
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Pet friendly place. Nice breezy ..good for big group chill out. Staffs are friendly. Food is average..but is very subjective individual preference. Wide range of wine list. Better to make reservation in advance to avoid disappointment.
Good that we booked, otherwise it was very crowded and required us to wai tmay be 30 mins? the price is a bit on the higher side, food taste and quality is good. good service but soup they served was cold and had to ask for Dips (mayonnaise) for fries and they were not very willing to give it other than fish and chips sets.
Service a bit lacking but can't really fault them because i think it was due to the lack of staffs
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With homemade snacks and a Western grill turning out the sizzlers with consistent aplomb, Georges At The Cove is proving to be a popular destination for those enjoying the beachfront along Pasir Ris Road. The Georges burger, beer-battered fish and chips, and black pepper tenderloin steak are already firm favourites amongst loyal locals who’ve called Georges a home away from home ever since the chain’s inception in 1999. Now with five outlets around Singapore, the Georges brand has not only grown its fanbase, but they’ve acquired the resources necessary to improve the Georges experience without sacrificing the down-home Balinese beach bar vibe that won them fond spots in punters’ hearts in the first place.
Georges At The Cove is known as one of the friendliest beach bars in Singapore. People flock to this Pasir Ris Road hangout for the buzzing ambience, satisfying food and ice-cold refreshment. Weekends see Georges transform into a place for Singapore’s sports freaks to watch the game, with football, Formula 1, and rugby regularly screened while insane drinks deals keep fanatics happy. Founders, the Georges brothers, have come a long way towards their goal of creating a beach bar empire where strangers become friends.