George’s Great British Kitchen is opening its doors at The Light in Leeds with a mission to create proper British dishes with a unique twist!
Taking a distinctive twist on traditional and newly-found English classics, George’s Great British Kitchen’s signature dishes include traditional fish and chips, charcoal grilled meats and fish, and delicious burger options, including their stacked fish burger and dirty double burger! For the people with a sweet tooth their famous dessert sharer is a must! Sweet shop inspired ice cream, candyfloss and doughnuts with chocolate or raspberry dipping sauces!
George’s Great British Kitchen also offers only premium fillets of fish and cuts of meat, most of which are sourced from the British Isles and seas. The new restaurant will also house a gin bar with 10 premium gins and its own range of over 13 gin-based cocktails – called Mo’gin’tos.
Stephanie James, Marketing Manager at The Light, says:
“We’re so excited to welcome George’s Great British Kitchen to The Light in May. The restaurant has an exceptional range of quality British food and its menu certainly whets your appetite. We’re sure it’ll be a fabulous success and is certainly a welcome addition to The Light.”
Due to open in May 2017, the restaurant is looking to recruit for over 60 jobs, including chef, kitchen management and front of house roles.
The independent restaurant chain is calling out for those who have a real passion for quality British food with a twist! On offer are permanent positions with contracted hours, a place with strong family values and where employees are valued, with strong career progression.
Gary Sansum at George’s Great British Kitchen, said:
“The Light is a splendid location for us and we’re ruddy excited to meet you all. We can’t wait to greet everyone who walks through our doors and make sure they have a jolly good time!
“We set up the Kitchen to be a place that celebrates great British food and nothing holds us up to our mission more than our lovely staff. George’s Great British Kitchen is all about being different and we absolutely believe that it’s our people who make the Kitchen what it is, so we’re looking for a host of new faces – come and join us!”
George’s Great British Kitchen first opened its doors in 2015 to rave reviews, picking up a Best New Venue award at the Nottingham Post Food & Drink Awards the same year. A year later, it won Best City Centre Experience at the same ceremony. It also opened a restaurant in Newcastle in 2016