Our “Chef” Russ Bluesmental has been called up for service at The Battle of Small Heath and is therefore unavailable to cook for you on Sunday 29th October 2017. Should he return unscathed from the encounter of Birmingham City v That Other Club from Birmingham normal food service will be
Come along if you dare! Dress up to fright and maybe win a prize! (Costume not compulsory) With a horrifically dressed pub, music for the occasion and a buffet to die for, why be scared to turn up! Suck your way through spiced tomato soup. Gorge on Ghoulash with wriggling
Please note there will be no food available Saturday 16th September 2017 due to other business commitments. Usual service will be available from Sunday 17th September 2017 as published on our website.
Please note from Monday 14th. August – Sunday 27th. August 2017 the kitchen at The George at Tiffield will be closed. Russell is enjoying an annual holiday during this time and apologises for any inconvenience caused. Kitchen re-opens Late Summer Holiday Monday 28th August 2017
The George at Tiffield Holiday Service Hours Aug 14th – Aug 28th 2017 Mondays Noon – 2:30pm/6pm – 10:30pm Tuesdays 7pm – 10:30pm Weds, Thurs, Fri Noon – 2:30pm/6pm – 11pm Saturday Noon – 10:30pm Sunday noon – 7pm (½ hour drinking up time applies after every session). No Food
The George at Tiffield is honoured to be working a Beer Tent and Games Tent at The Tiffield Festival 2017 at Claydon field on Saturday 1st July 2017 1pm – 11pm. As a result The George at Tiffield will not be able to offer Food Service Friday 30th June, Saturday
Easter Friday Noon – Midnight. Food Noon – 2pm/6pm – 9pm. Easter Saturday Noon – Midnight. Food Noon – 9pm. Easter Sunday Noon – 7pm. Food Noon – 5pm. Easter Monday Noon – 10:30pm. Food Noon – 9pm. Tuesday 7pm – 10:30pm. No Food
Please note on Friday 31st March 2017 no food will be available at The George due to a prior engagement with Gordon Ramsay. Internationally famous Chef Russ Proctor of The George at Tiffield will be teaching Mr Ramsay how to cook Camel Meatballs live on The Nightly Show – ITV
Congratulations to Alan Brown for winning the much sought after Namibian National Rugby Shirt donated by Paul Shirley to raise funds for purchase and installation of Dyson Airblade hand dryers in the toilets at The George. Other winners were Andy Tennet, Susie Handley and Kit (Gregs wife). The raffle raised
Here at The George we are proud to announce we achieved a 5 star Food Hygiene rating from our inspection carried out on Wednesday 1st March 2017.