The service and the food here is terrific!! A lot of dishes that you will not find elsewhere. It is big city dining in the little town of Millington! Be adventuresome and step out of your food box to try it!
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We had their Shrimp and Grits and also the fried oysters and chicken salad. Both were excellent. A really nice little place with nice atmosphere and also serves wine. What a nice treat after traveling on Route 301 up to New Jersey. Kind of found it by accident but will definitely come back.
My husband and I, as well as our two young sons had lunch here in July 2016. The waitress was working the entire restaurant alone, and keeping up pretty well considering she got hit with a bunch of people all at once. The food was also very good. Basic but very well executed and with nice touches like a cranberry... More
Happened to be in Millington for the Lavender festival at Calico farms and I had heard a lot of good things about Two Tree - Got 2 crab cake sandwiches to go. They were great and the fries were amazing! The menu looks great and the website is worth looking at - very clever with entertaining stories. They also had... More
On seeing the exterior we were underwhelmed, but entered as we were hungry and there are few choices in the area. Inside the decor is far more appealing, the service attentive and the food excellent. We ate the crab cakes and chicken pie. Both nicely sized portions (not to large) leaving room for dessert. The pecan pie and lemon chess... More
Found this driving up 301 towards Philadelphia last year. Nestled in a small town next to a Pizza parlor. We loved the Crab Cakes. Very good wine list for a small restaurant. Service was friendly and knowledgeable about the menu. We have been here several times and last week drove down from Philadelphia. Well worth the trip.
My wife & I had dinner there on a Tuesday, 5-10-16. She had the mushroom soup which was excellent, and for dinner she had the scallops w/ crab imperial which were tasteless. The scallops were also very small, about the size of a quarter. I had the beef filet which I ordered medium rare. When it arrived it had been... More
We had heard about this restaurant and decided to try it for lunch. It is quite a find for such a small town. The store front restaurant is nicely appointed and the menu is varied and upscale. Prices are very reasonable for the quality. I had the shrimp and grits-one of my favorites, and my husband had a Reuben sandwich... More
This is a small, casual restaurant, with no pretensions but good food. I had fried oysters that literally melted in my mouth. My husband had a special of sausage, shrimp, etc. all yummy. It's all fairly standard fare, but way above standard in taste! Will be going back, for sure.
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