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About Miller Tavern
Located in the heart of Hogg's Hollow at York Mills and Yonge, Toronto's famous Jolly Miller has been reborn as the Miller Tavern, complete with an Oyster Lounge, casual fine dining and one of the city's largest outdoor patios. We also offer outdoor dining on our glass enclosed, heated veranda year-round. The Miller Tavern offers "serious seafood - superb steaks - sophisticated spirits" in a casual, comfortable environment.
Toronto, ON M4N 2P2
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 4:00pm, Saturdays: NOON - 4:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Saturday: 4:00pm - Midnight, Sundays: 4:00pm -10:00pm
Brunch: Sunday: NOON - 3:00pm
Yonge & York Mills
CAN$31 to CAN$50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
We have our own Parking Lot with approx 50 spots, which does fill up quickly. However we are located adjacent to a Public Green P - parking lot.
We are located just south of the York Mills Subway stop on the Yonge TTC Subway Line
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Miller Tavern Ratings and Reviews
Ordered the steak & frites with lobster...the steak & frites were warm, the steak was actually cold. Reluctantly complained to the waitress and she took the steak back to the kitchen where they tried to warm up the steak (microwave??)...it was terrible. Could not complain too much with my customer at the table. They did not offer a discount or ask how the meal was. Will never go back there.
Just recently attended Miller Tavern for a business lunch. Classy but not pretension. The services was very friendly, tentative but not invasive. The food was served to us all at once, was hot and tasty. Overall a very pleasant lunch and all of us walk away agreeing, we definately want to come back.
Thank you for an enjoyable lunch.
Reliable for Sunday brunch featuring all the classics and several Miller Tavern special takes on Eggs Benedict. House Eggs Benedict featured tasty biscuit instead of the standard English Muffin and featured a thick cut of Canadian bacon, sufficient Hollandaise and root veggies in the breakfast potatoes. Prix fixe at $35 with mimosa and dessert reasonable quality. Only complaint is that they open at noon, and we were the 12:15 reservation which meant we were seated downstairs in the pub which was kind of dark for a brunch. There were guests seated upstairs by the time we left - not sure if that is their standard practice.
The food is awful. It’s not worth the price. The staff was far from attentive and failed to follow a simple instruction (example: no bean sprout on the Pad Thai) The wait was more than 30 minutes AFTER we ordered for the food. The general ambiance was pleasant in appearance but a large crowd was noisy, making it difficult.
Food great as always but our waitress upstairs disappeared into another room of the restaurant and was talking on her cell phone for a long time. Had to go to the two bartenders in the room she was in (Which has no patrons) to order another round of drinks. I’ve been here when service is attentive like a top restaurant but it was not like that last night.
Nice place overall but lacks in consistency. The service is usually very good but this time it was below average. Maybe the waiter was in a bad mood :)
The prices are reasonable for the most part. My favorite is the cobb lobster salad. Unfortunately, this time the 1/2 lobster was tiny, so $32.00 for a plate of lettuce with an egg and 3 slices of avocado is a lot of money to pay.
The patio is lovely in the summer.
Miller used to be good food. Now overpriced, lower quality in my opinion. I hope each time someone says let's meet at the Miller that it has improved. Used to be great. Burger I had was just plain dry for $17 horrible. Fry's good. menu changed but not in my wheelhouse. Will need to improve before i go back. Service was good.
There were 2 servers at our table tonight. The lady was really nice, very energetic and friendly. The male server, not so much. He talked really fast in a quiet voice and seemed like he had better things to do than waiting on us. When he saw out plates were emty, he walked over and asked: "You done?" Like he coudn't wait for us to go. Being served with an attitude like his, I really didn't feel like we were welcome at the place, plus it was my friend's birthday and I wanted to treat her to a nice dinner. But the food was nice, although the presentation of the plate was a bit stale.
I reserved by Open Table a few nights prior. I also stated it was a Special Birthday, but there was NO mention of it when we arrived, or at any time during the meal. There was also NO available parking at 7 pm on a Thursday night. We had to park next door at the Green P.
We have been having our Christmas parties here for the last Five years and would have liked to receive a little 'special' treatment!
Service was very slow but it was nice not being interrupted constantly. However, didn't appreciate the dirty dishes being left on the table the whole time. Had to pay for the bread which is fine but the bread was stale and the butter was rock hard. My soup was delicious and my guest's Pad Thai was amazing. Still love this place but it's really becoming a hit and miss dining experience.
Almost verything about our evening was great except for the noise level of the bar area. Seating wasn't available upstairs when we dined. Seating in our corner booth needs to be reupholstered....very uncomfortable banquette seats. Service excellent. Food delicious and interesting, creative combinations. Desserts delicious and creative. Coffee could have been better....didn't taste freshly-brewed. $300 with tip for 5 people including one drink each seemed reasonable. Bread should not be an additional charge...ours was shown as complimentary on the final bill.
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