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Brunch/lunch at the Mill St. Brew Pub


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Brunch/lunch at the Mill St. Brew Pub

sierramum | Feb 17, 2007 12:29 PM

Just came back from eating there and I have to say it was definitely a hit with the whole family!

Both kids wanted the chicken fingers meal (off the kids' menu) and each really liked the coating, as well as the taste, of the chicken. And of course, they just inhaled the oreo cookies and chocolate ice cream for dessert! :D

Hubby had the prime rib burger with sweet potato fries on the side, instead of regular fries. Even though he specifically asked for the burger to be medium, it came out closer to medium-well. But despite that, he ate the whole thing. Wasn't impressed with the cole slaw though.

I ordered the Vegetarian Omelette, which is made with 3 eggs, asparagus, sun dried tomatoes, and brie cheese. Like my hubby, I also had the sweet potato fries, instead of the home fries it usually comes with. The omelette was perfectly to my liking. Even hubby agreed that it was very good. It's a rare day that I actually finish a 3 egg omelette, but today was an exception. I cleaned my plate!

The sweet potato fries were a hit with the whole family and I really liked the mayo dip it came with.

For drinks, I had the Helles Bock, which I thought had a strong aftertaste with the first couple of sips but went down well once the food arrived. Hubby had the raspberry Fruit Beer, which was pleasant. While waiting for the food to arrive, he wandered over to the retail shop and tried the organic Lager, of which he ended up buying a couple of cases on the way out. Me, I tried the Balzac's Coffee Porter because it sounded intriguing and I really liked it. You really get the essence of the roasted coffee and a hint of chocolate.

Now, the reason why I was so set on coming here for brunch is because a couple of days ago, I made a reservation for next Saturday. For a party of 12, to be exact. This was the final consensus on where to have hubby's birthday party. A lot of people didn't want the drive downtown and thought the Distillery District a nice location. The menu looked appealing and I'm happy to now know that this is a good choice for a little celebration. I'm pretty sure that he'll be pleased to go there again.

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