Menu - Mr Yum

Occupying the basement of the iconic Georges Building in the CBD, The George on Collins is an upmarket, all-day venue where pan-Asian flavours and contemporary techniques come together in a stylish, heritage-listed space that’s primed for long lunches and group dining.

Your first port of call is the fun, shareable menu that’s heavily inspired by the flavours of Asia. Whether you opt for one of the multiple banquets or curate your feast from the a la carte menu, dishes might include sticky fried chicken bao; crisp deep-fried school prawns; and sticky lamb ribs braised in Thai Mekong Whiskey. The glistening prawn and ginger dumplings with XO sauce and fiery Thai-style curries are also highlights.

The cocktail list is a more free-wheeling affair. A spicy Margarita sits alongside the One Night in Paris, mixing vodka, passionfruit, pink grapefruit and white chocolate. The same goes for the wine list, which includes local and European drops.

An interior design firm Hecker Guthrie (Ugly Duckling,East, Foxes Den) sees the walls and ceilings painted a crisp, bright white and punctuated by textured curtains that draw attention towards the softly lit booths.

The main dining area is divided by an imposing granite bar. There’s also privacy if you want it across the venue’s front rooms, cosy booths, lounge areas and private dining room.

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Updated: March 20th, 2024

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