The Mill House Restaurant
In 2004, the owner, Kieran Laffan, converted part of the Mill house into an up-market Restaurant which can cater for up to forty places. A new extension was also added with windows on two sides opening on to the Rose Garden, Water Fountain and garden walk. In the winter, the Dining Room has the traditional welcoming open fire. The owner/chef does all the ordering and cooking himself which gives a consistent personal touch. He is the fourth generation of his family to live in this house.
It an ideal setting for family groups, christening parties, buffets, Communion, Confirmations etc.
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Reviewed 10th April 2017 (visited 10 April 2017 )
Best sea food pie ever, top class food in a beautiful setting, thank you very much, I will be returning very soon, Regards Joe
Reviewed 08th August 2014 (visited 12 July 2014 )
I discovered this little diamond while visiting Waterford with my wife, we drove up a little country lane with tree's hanging and blustering over the road, when we arrived the first thing we noticed is the beautiful old millhouse in a stunning location, this is really the perfect place to unwind, myself and my wife had the 3 course meal which i cant fault in any way, i had the chicken liver pate to start which was the best i have tasted, for mains i had the baked sea bass with mussels in a creamy mustard sauce truly spectacular, everything was cooked to perfection, cant wait to get back hear, the next time i am in Waterford or Kilkenny we will be going to the Millhouse
Reviewed 04th June 2010 (visited 23 May 2010 )
what a gem !!!,,,i was staying with family 5 minutes away,,my aunt took us for lunch and we opted to sit outside in the rare sun !! it is a country house with the resturant to the side,,and a lovely garden,,the lunch menu had some yummy options similer to above,,i was not dissapointed and will be urging my aunt to bring me again,,its a real treat to get fine food at reasonable prices,,there was cesar salad and smoked beef salad ordered for starter,,they were out of crab terrine !!! they were both very tasty,,the only down side was there was far too much sauce on the ceasar salas,,for mains there was duck and fish pie,,,it was altogether a glourious meal,maybe the bit of sun helped,but no ,,down to the choice of fresh bread brought out at the start .To have polite freindly staff was refreshing,,i will surly be going back again,,and worth the turning off the road to get there,,i dont think from ny experience anybody could give a bad review,,well done to all there
Reviewed 21st September 2008 (visited 18 September 2008 )
Visited the Mill House for the first time. Could not believe that there was going to be a decent restaurant at the end of the cul de sac especially when there was no advertisement on the main road.But there it was housed in a beautiful building with gorgeous gardens.The food was delicious and beautifully cooked. Service was friendly and unfussy. A thouroughly lovely evening. Can't believe I haven't heard about before now. It will be a firm favourite from now on and I will recommend it to friends.
Reviewed 07th June 2008 (visited 2 May 2008 )
As I was there at a small family get together I found the whole experience fantastic. I eat out several times a month and this is my number 1 restaurant and nothing else will match up to it.