Having lived up the street from The Mill for a couple of years, we decided to be adventurous and wonder up to the restaurant on a Friday evening. It was quite busy, and we were advised upon entry that we would be waiting 30 minutes for any meals. We weren't in a rush so appreciated the heads up. When the meals arrived, they were presented neatly. The chicken parmigiana was slightly burnt on the edges, but still quite edible. The garlic prawns was extremely generous in size but far too much rice, and the nacho's were slightly bland. Overall, I think the price was proportionate to the size of the meals, this is definitely a pub meal restaurant for when you can't be bothered cooking, not somewhere to take someone on a first date.
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