The Mill, Cambridge - pub details
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|I think it has been open under new ownership for about a year now. A massive improvement on what it used to be. It is now a real gem.|
Interesting, well kept beer selection and excellent, well priced food.
The interior has also been much improved and it's a nice place to wile away the time with a pint or two.
Central Cambridge lacks decent pubs, it now has one of the best.
waspattack - 17 Jun 2013 13:06
|Popped in here when staying in the hotel a little further along the road. Thought the place was brilliant and the Porter I tried was excellent. The food menu seemed to offer enough options to satisfy most. Would call in again if passing. |
BlueMoon - 14 Oct 2012 16:16
|The entire cast of Brideshead Revisited descended on my visit which is a shame as this pub does appear to have improved a little down the years (although I do recall a wonderfully cloudy cider they were serving about a decade ago now). Posh people in red trousers are a Cantab hazard of course and the wondrousness of a stotch egg (as bar snack) did confirm that quite a lot is being done right. Seems to have had a makeover although how recently this took place, I am not sure.|
BoehmBawerk - 15 Jun 2012 07:42
|Potentially cracking pub let down by average beer and indifferent 'Brakes Bros' style food.|
What appeared to be the landlady, enquired patronisingly of a Japanese tourist studying the incomprehensible menu(IN A BASIL FAWLTY STYLE LOUD NORTHERN ACCENT) "No speak English Luvee??
morrisonale - 26 Aug 2011 16:08
|Despite its location almost nothing to commend this pub with a landlord displaying a terrible attitude to customers. A visit on Saturday for a last pint where a pint and a glass of wine was expensive ...... landlord opined that his business was only about selling to tourists, occasional students and "very few" locals. When further prompted acknowledged that he didn't care at all about locals as they are so unimportant to his business. Beer was OK, wine was undrinkable, attitude was terrible. Don't disappoint the guy by trying to become a local you wont be valued. If on a visit to Cambridge avoid it and go to a place which at least pretends you are important...........|
12pinttarget - 11 Apr 2011 15:29
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