We had a great Sunday Brunch buffet. Unfortunately, it was their last and the restaurant is now closed.
Nice entrance & bar area
I have been to the Mill many times over the past decades. The decor and food are consistently good. We were there when they were transitioning from brunch to dinner on a Sunday so the service was a little disinterested.
My sister and I brought our Mom to The Mill for her Birthday Brunch. We thoroughly enjoyed it and left in a food coma. The food was great, as were the cocktails. I would like to come back for dinner!
We were celebrating the purchase of a home about 3 blocks from the restaurant. Unfortunately, it was dark and January, so we did not get the full beauty of the lake and mill through large picture windows, but what we could see was pretty. Food was excellent, service excellent as well.
Sunday brunch at the Mill for New years day was overall Excellent! Great food selection in the buffet from the On the spot custom made omelet to the prime roast to the chocolate Mousse was all so delicious. Our waiter was attentive and friendly. The water fountain in the middle of the lake surranded by trees can been seen throughout the many windows in the restaurant. Was very satisfied and made for a great beginning to the new year.
Spent the end of 2016 with my wife and parents. Although we are frequent customers, New Years Eve exceeded our expectations! Food was outstanding! Service was on point for as busy as it was. Don Rogers, owner, and his staff are the best we have ever been around. They deserve the credit for making our "date nights" awesome. We can not say enough about The Mill. See you Saturday night!
We were there for New Year's Eve. My dinner was very good, but unfortunately they had a special menu and there was nothing on the menu my husband would eat. He ended up just getting a salad. I wish they had a little more variety on the menu. He was very disappointed but said he would go back again just not for a holiday dinner.
GRANTED IT WAS A MID WEEK EVENING, IT WAS NOT BUSY AT ALL. TOOK THE FAMILY OUT BECAUSE EVERYONE WAS HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS AND WANTED A SPECIAL MEAL. FOOD WAS EXCELLENT THE SERVICE WAS SUB pAR.
The Mill at Spring Lake is lovely and I can see why so many people have their special occasions there. The dining room is so pretty and the ambience was very calm and relaxing and perfect for allowing conversations. The service was the best, the pacing of everything from the drinks to appetizers to dinner was not rushed and we felt like our server was paying attention to us, but not hovering.
The food was good, but not amazing. All of our dishes were of the quality that I would expect at perhaps a nice wedding. The selection was good and even the pickiest of the people in our party were able to find a meal they would like. The fixed price menu was decided on by some of our party and they all raved about the selection within that menu. If I have any complaints at all (and this is very minor, everyone with us loved the place and the food) is that the food choices were a bit bland.
We have been to the Mill multiple times. Never disappointed. Happy to have them in the neighborhood.
Dinner for four on a Saturday night was OK at best. Guys ordered strip steak medium rare, came out medium. Streak was flavorful, but not cooked to order. Ladies ordered scallops - undercooked. Room was very nice, service was excellent, but not worth the expense. There are much better values in the area.
Food was excellent. Presentation of entrees was excellent as well as overall preparation. Had sea bass, seafood risotto and filet-everyone commented on excellent selections.
Service was excellent, waitress very attentive. The food was very tough; We ordered the lamb & chicken.
Haven't been to The Mill (then The Old Mill, I think) since going there back in the 60s with my grandparents, so was very happy when my friend suggested that we make the drive down to Spring Lake Heights for lunch. Went on a weekday. Made a reservation, but really didn't need to. Got a nice table by the window looking out over the lake. Started off with a glass of wine and the lobster bisque, made from their 1938 (?) recipe. The soup alone was worth the trip there. It was rich & so delicious... Followed the soup with a fried black cod sandwich, minus the bread to make it a gluten free choice, and a rare hamburger sandwich with loads of bacon & cheese on it. Both were very tasty, but after the generous bowls of soup that we had eaten, we were too full to eat our sandwiches. Packed them up and took them home. Next time I think that I would choose to have the soup and maybe a salad instead.
The restaurant was nicely decorated for the holidays and the service was attentive. Would definitely go back again, even, as I said, if just to sit at or in the bar and have a bowl of that soup and a glass of wine... Sounds like a perfect meal to me!
P.S. There are several dishes to choose from that are specifically designated as 'gluten free'. It is always nice to have that option available if needed.