The Mills Inn restaurant
Main Street, Ballyvourney
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Reviewed 10th November 2012 (visited 14 October 2012 )
Fabous, fabulous, fabulous, for 'Pub Grub' you won't get nicer, all staff are lovely, willing to do anything they can for you. Sunday lunch is always packed, but have no problem having drink at bar while waiting for a table. It's kid friendly also. Food is always cooked to pefrection, steaks, fish , poultry, the choice is yours.
Reviewed 18th July 2011 (visited 1 July 2011 )
This place is consistently good - busy but with excellent service - friendly,fast and professional. Staff seem to remain loyal as same staff on each occasion which is a good sign. I had the curry which tasted as good as the presentation appeared. There was a lunch special of cake and coffee which was very tasty and a home baked cookie alongside the coffee hit the spot. Great value pub grub.
Reviewed 04th January 2011 (visited 31 December 2010 )
Some of the nicest "pub grub" we've ever had, excellent value for money. Rec as a stop on the way to/from Cork/Kerry, well worth a visit although can sometimes be so busy a little difficult to get a table, you'll soon be looked after though :-)
Reviewed 06th September 2009 (visited 5 September 2009 )
The Mills Inn is somewhere I would go out of the way to visit. Even when they bypass the terrible roads, I will go back. The service is friendly and efficent and the place is spotless. The Mills Inn used to set the standard for the best chowder in Ireland. Many of my friends and colleagues agreed. However, it has recently been thickened up with too much flour. The ingredients are there. Heaps of seafood, nicely selected veg. I've written to the Mills Inn to get them to lose the thickening and go back to perfection. Let's see what happens.
Reviewed 15th August 2009 (visited 12 August 2009 )
Great place to eat I was told. So I check it out. Yeah it was very good place to eat. Great menu, staff were excellent. Had prawn cocktail and cod and chips. excellent. word of mouth is best review about a restaurant. Would recomend this place for everyone
Reviewed 06th May 2009 (visited 13 April 2009 )
I adore The Mills, anybody who goes to Killarney for a weekend stops at The Mills either on the way down or up or sometimes even both! Their dinners are second to none, good honest to god traditional cooking and plenty of it! Always lovely mashed potatoes and fresh veg with your choice of roast of the day. Their sandwiches are also great, try the chicken kiev one for a little variation and the brown bread they serve with the soup is gorgeous. There is also a huge selection of fish and cold plates on the menu, of which I have yet to try! Keep up the good work!