The Mill at Worston (Little Bridgeford) Reviews
Description:The Mill at Worston / Worston Lane / Little Bridgeford / Staffordshire / ST18 9QA / Tel: 01785 282710
Newest Review: ... each visit. The features of this charming building are stunning, and the location is wonderful. It is a firm family favourite with us; the kids absolutely love the playground area and feeding the ducks in the lake - it keeps them entertained for ages! My husband enjoys sampling the guest ales, and I very much enjoy the delicious sticky toffee pudding! It caters for everyones needs, having ... more
Customer The Mill at Worston (Little Bridgeford) Reviews (6)
by - written on 06/12/11 (Useful, 19 readings)
We have been to The Mill a few times now and always found that it has a welcoming, friendly and relaxing atmosphere. The staff here are both attentive and helpful, and the service has been impeccable on each visit. The features of this charming building are stunning, and the location is wonderful. It is a firm family favourite with us; the kids absolutely love the playground area and feeding the ducks in the lake - it keeps them entertained for ages! My husband enjoys sampling the guest ales, and I very much enjoy the delicious sticky toffee pudding! It caters for everyones needs, having the space and the layout to enhance a relaxing ... Read the complete review
by Johno - written on 30/05/11
It's very rare I bother to review a place, but I was very dissapointed with this carvery. I always go for the carvery wherever we go, so feel qualified to give my opinion: The joints being carved were very small, the roasters were, well, looked like they had never seen the inside of a roasting dish, more like a microwave, the boiled potatoes seemed to have been microwaved also, all mushy inside. and most of the veg was smothered in cheese, ok if you like cheese, but it's nice to have a selection of the basic fresh veg I think. Top carverys for me are: The Down Inn, Bridgnorth and Toby carvery The Broadway Walsall. The pub ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/09/10 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Having been a regular visitor to the Mill as a child, I was eager to return and see what had changed. The menu is the same good style as it used to be, classic food with an upper-class twist. There is a separate menu if you wish to eat in the bar, so there's something for any taste. The interior is still warm and welcoming and the outside well maintained and child friendly. The Billy Bear play area has gone since I last visited, but children seem more than happy to feed the ducks living by the river with the food available on site. Back to the food. Whatever you order, it will certainly satisfy. My partner has never had trouble eating a plateful, ... Read the complete review
by kevin lennard - written on 31/08/10
Have been to the Mill acouple of times during August 2010 , the steak nights on wednesdays, are good value for money and an excellent meal, The home made lasagna is also a fab meal, the staff are friendly and welcoming, and the restaurant is lovely,and a good selection of fine wine and ale, look forward to another delisious sirloin again soon, thanks karen & Kev Lennard.
by Tom Smith - written on 11/09/07
In regard to the review 'Dinner down by the river' We disagree with the overall comments given. After recently visting the Mill for a meal we were impressed by how much the place has to offer. Atmosphere; On entrance to The Mill, we were taken back by the beautiful surroundings including the river alongside the beer-garden, me and my family were amused by the ducks chasing after the waitresses for food. When we entered the bar, the open mill was a lovely feature point and made the place have a 'cosy' feeling. The restaurant, which was split between three levels looked in place with the rest of the building. Opening Hours; My family and I were ... Read the complete review
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