On 09-3-2013 evertun said :
"We endured a meal at the Millstone last night which was dissapointing to say the least. There was one person taking bookings, running thebar and taking orders in the restaraunt, which meant we had to wait 15 mins to be spoken to and then 30 mins to take an order. The barman was rude, loud and arrogant. My medium sirloin steak was done to a crisp and had so much grissle, there was very little meat. When I complained about the overcooking, I was told it should be pink........as if I didnt know. The point was...it was well done! The waiter even touched the steak with his finger in front of me. It was so embarrassing.
Never again to such an awful place with bad manners and attitude. Pay that bit more and go for a meal where they know how to cook and how to speak to customers with manners.
Pricey when you consider the quality of food, swervice and surroundings
On 30-5-2011 richardz said :
"We'd not been to the Millstone for a while but had previously found the food and service to be very good. Unfortunately the pub seems to have changed hands. The menu contained standard pub fare at reasonable prices but when the food arrived the roast beef was tough and tasteless and the vegetables so soggy you could eat them without the need to chew, the chicken dish was little better. We were't asked if everything was fine and didn't stay to try the desert menu. Sadly the Millstone seems to have joined the many other pubs catering for the lowest common denominator and no longer stands out from the crowd."
On 24-11-2009 hally40 said :
"This is a very popular pub, especially on those key evenings and lunchtimes, so if you want to eat you are advised to book. Very welcoming and attentive staff. Food menu is imaginative and varied, and good, but not cheap, but there again no expensive either. The range of drinks is adequate, but not extensive. All in all this is one of our favourites, not least because it is dog friendly - in the bar area - not restaurant. And if you're into dog walking there is a marvellous area known as Hills & Holes a couple o' hundred yards away."