Our Food

We are very grateful to everybody who chooses to dine with us, however to avoid disappointment could we please ask that you book a table for both indoors and outdoors dining as we have limited kitchen capacity, we may not look “full” as we have over 250 seats but our small kitchen does have a limit on how much freshly cooked, homemade food can be served.
Table reservations are allocated two hours, for late arrivals tables will be held for 15 minutes.
“Drinks only” tables are available on a first come first served basis. Thank you for your support 👍
 

Our kitchen is open…..

Mon to Fri……… 12pm – 3pm  &  5pm – 8pm

Sat…….. 12pm – 4pm  &  5pm – 8pm

Sun…….. 12pm – 6pm

 

Christmas 2021

Christmas Eve, 12pm-3pm & 5pm-8pm, festive menu

Christmas Day, 12pm-3pm, open for drinks

Boxing Day, 12pm-6pm,reduced menu & light bites

New Years Eve lunch, 12pm-3pm, reduced menu & light bites

New Years Eve, dinner, 8pm-till late, special 7 x course dinner and live music

New Years Day, 12pm-6pm, reduced menu & light bites

Our menu’s can change daily, below are samples

Sample main menu Monday - Saturday

Sample Sunday menu

Festive main menu Monday - Saturday
from 29th November

Festive menu
pre order form
for tables of six or more

We’re proud of everything that goes into our delicious, homemade meals. Our talented chefs are always on the lookout for the freshest seasonal produce and locally sourced meats to create exciting new dishes for you. We are proud to support British food and farming, for example our meats are either from local Rowarth farmers or Mac Burnham, an award winning local family butcher. Our fish is delivered (every day) fresh from Fleetwood and normally arrives with us within 12 hours of being landed. Most herbs and a selection of our vegetables are grown by our chefs in our organic kitchen garden, we also love to go foraging. We are delighted to share with you (below) a selection of the (fruits?) of our labour.

KITCHEN OPENING HOURS

Our kitchen is open…..Mon to Fri, 12pm – 3pm & 5pm – 8pm
Sat, 12pm – 4pm & 5pm – 8pm
Sun, – 12pm – 6pm
5/5
It was the long awaited day of reopening of pubs and restaurants since Captain Covid had put his depopulation agenda into practice. We had been meaning to come to the Little Mill for ages, then the world stopped so we couldn't- well gutted. So today we went with four friends as part of a 10 mile walk. We were greeted with a warm welcome at the door and were informed of the new protocols surrounding how to be in a pub as we enter this new and uncertain dawn of mankind. Our table was ready early which was awesome as we were all soaked to the skin from hiking in the rain. I wish I'd taken the name of the young guy serving us because he was absolutely fantastic from the word go. He was very mindful of what people may or may not be comfortable with in this current time and made a sterling effort to wait on a table of six with minimal contact, whilst maintaining a superb mix of friendliness, professional courtesy, and getting involved in the bants! This guy is truly an asset to the Little Mill and I hope the owners recognise how good he is. The food.....BANGARANG!!! The salt & pepper chicken burger was like biting into a new and delightful world of flavour! Also the baked blueberry cheesecake was like eating the feeling of a great sleep in a summer orchard. One member of our group had the haddock fish cake with poached egg which looked great, and she said it was great so it must have been great. Two others we were with asked whether the chicken in the salt and pepper chicken burger could be substituted for halloumi.....what an inspired idea! The chef did this for them no problem at all, the feedback was so good that apparently it will feature on the menu, so make sure you look out for that little gem when you go. Overall it was lovely to be there, very relaxed and friendly environment, great food, great service, and we cannot wait to go back. - Tripadvisor review -