Sat within a stunning 200-year-old mill that can be found on Worston Lane in the picturesque village of Little Bridgeford in Stafford, The Mill offers a warm welcome to all that cross the threshold.
This invitation is extended to tastecard members who, when calling in advance and producing their card upon arrival, are able to partake in all of the sumptuous fare served at a superb price.
Offering the same exquisite dishes as the restaurant area in a more informal atmosphere than that of the restaurant, the Bar at the Mill provides a fabulous setting in which to enjoy a casual dining experience among loved ones. Whether it’s for the diner on the go looking for a quick refuel in the form of one of their scrumptious sandwiches, where fillings include the likes of a gratifying peppered steak and mushroom number and a glorious prawn, crayfish and Marie Rose sauce combo, or guests looking for a meal of more substance, all are catered for.
When it comes to the larger plates, there is a divine ensemble of options that incorporates a medley of grilled options, such as their assortment of tender steaks, the tantalising gammon, which comes complete with egg and a pineapple chutney, and the enormous mixed grill, as well as a number of house specials. Particularly enticing examples of such can be seen in the succulent slow roasted Staffordshire pork loin, served with a black pudding mash and a Bramley apple compote, the flavoursome caramelised vegetable gratin, accompanied by dauphinoise potatoes and seasonal vegetables, and the divine duck breast medallions, complemented by a pear and blackberry crumble and vanilla dipped potatoes.
Providing a delightful spot in which to get some rest and recuperation amidst a day of exploration, the Bar at The Mill is a must-visit for locals and visitors to Folkestone.