Long-established local restaurant Giorgios has undergone a major refurbishment. I see on the website that it’s described as a “fresh new look”. The website even invites you to browse through the renovation, but contrary to the usual case when pictures are posted on the internet, I think that the new atmosphere is better “in the flesh” than on the website!
We’ve been there a couple of times since it re-opened, once for coffee and once for a meal. Service is as good as in the past and the new atmosphere is, well, “fresh”. As well as extending the area, it breaks the spaces up quite well.
The food is fine too. You wouldn’t call it adventurous, but it’s certainly of a high standard, and the quantities are generous! Prices have crept up a bit, but that’s probably fair enough, although corkage if you BYO at $15 a bottle seems a bit of a “hit”.