We have visited here many times before, but not written a review. It was a lovely day today, so we went for a quick look round the brilliant 'homage to Paul Hockney' mill, before heading up to the second floor diner. (There is also an espresso bar on the fourth floor) The mill is a surprising place, full of delightful lilies, and a large bookshop. We passed into the restaurant , and were quickly showed to a table. All three of us had the rib-eye steak, with chips (home made), mushroom, stuffed tomato and lettuce, each cooked to a different degree. All were spot on, and very tasty. All the food on offer is nicely presented, and served by quite cheerful waitresses. It was an enjoyable family occasion, and I would recommend it as a destination for visitors to West Yorkshire.
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