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I booked for a work gathering on a Friday afternoon for 15 people, with tea/coffee and cake. We were given a lovely laid up long table in the gallery up stairs and the service was brilliant....nothing was too much trouble. We will definitely return and...More
A gem tucked away by the old bridge. He had a cream tea I had a warm cheese scone and a cinnamon topped cappuccino. Not badly priced and served by lovely ladies . It wasn't busy when we arrived so had a bench in courtyard...More
A great asset to the village. There’s always something going on here.
The current operators are really trying to make a difference against some odds.
The cake and coffee is always good, but keeping some warmth in the building when it’s freezing outside is always...More
It's a shame TripAdvisor doesn't seem to have an entry to review the Mill itself rather than just the restaurant. Set in stunning Bromham countryside with a fast flowing river, the Mill is a fascinating historical relic from the past. The cafe serves food at...More
I live close to Bromham Mill and have visited loads of times to walk the dog, but have never been to the café or in the mill itself until recently where I visited with family and 2 dogs for lunch.
The café has quite a...More
Walked in and smelt the lovely frying red onions and decided that we would like to sample some.The three of us ordered up our food. Sausages in a roll. Sat for about half an hour and started to wonder if they had forgot us. Not...More
I went here to look at the Mill rather than go to the restaurant. I wasn’t really sure what to expect but I am interested in historical settings. The best think about this place is the outlook. There are walks in and around this location...More
Popped I after a walk to see if there was anything we could eat and they were so helpful and made us a lovely lunch. Unfortunately the waitress brought me tea with cow milk rather than soya to begin with but came and swapped it...More