Tucked away in a strip store section off the main road coming in to town is St. George’s Pub. Stopping for lunch, started off with the Eastern Shore Crab Bites, four mini crab cakes. Drizzled over-top a red roasted pepper coulis, which was the star of the appetizer. Mini-crab cakes had far too much filler with shreds of crab. Presentation not impressive as they were laid over a bit of shredded iceberg lettuce. The Coulis, had excellent flavor which was the only positive.
Barnyard Chicken salad, mix of chicken, grapes, apples, walnuts and dried cranberries. Had a nice flavor though not a good blend of the variety of flavors as you didn’t get all of them with each bite. The grapes were cut in half, large considering the rest of the ingredients. When you did get them all in a bite (not often) a very good chicken salad. With a bit of better construction would be awesome.
Chicken Quesadilla Wrap> large offering with a nice blend of ingredients but still lacked overall flavor as the chicken was bland.
Salad Wedge> Served with bacon and blue cheese, side of sliced tomatoes with a balsamic reduction, fresh and very good the reduction over the tomatoes was incredible.
Cinnamon roll> Tremendous flavor that certainly was homemade.
Pricing on the higher side, the service was fast but rather noisy with the waitress tossing down the plates.