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Quintessentially British picnics

This is Wind in the Willows country, so no amount of messing about in boats would be complete without a proper picnic. You can hire boats from The Swan, over the river in Streatley – mention that you’re staying at The Miller and they might even have a special offer available. If you’re not on […]

Wine of the month, August 2016

wine of the month

We’re in the process of reviewing our wine list. Alongside a recent wine tasting frenzy with various suppliers, existing and new, we wanted to add more high end vintages and ensure we had enough breadth across the list to support Nick’s food. We also wanted to offers more types of wines by the glass across […]

Time for tea

Tea selection montage

We recently had a clear out and reorganisation of our tea stocks. We had a lot of tea. We still have a lot of tea. We have loose leaf and bagged teas from your bog standard English Breakfast through to  naturally caffeine free Rooibos and all manor of herbal combinations. We offer teas from three […]

A fine food restaurant that welcomes kids?

Miller Children's Menu

That’ll be us. Yes, really we’re a family friendly restaurant. In case it’s passed you by, Nick and I have two boys of our own. One’s technically what you’d call an ankle biter probably, although he’s big enough to sit in a normal chair. But when it comes to eating out with and feeding kids, […]

Nick’s kitchen: summer’s in full swing

It’s a funny time of year. Sometimes the sun shines; sometimes it doesn’t. But also on the foodie front. Everything you could quite easily grow in your garden is in full flow right now and we’re using as much of every one of those ingredients across our July and August menus. The raw ingredients we’ve […]

Nick’s kitchen: cold cucumber

Cold cucumber soup

Cold soup conjures thoughts of Gazpacho on Spanish menus, what’s spurred you to add this dish to the menu? Actually a discussion with Mary about gin and cucumber. Naturally, at this time of year I’m looking for inspiration and attempting to make something refreshing. I like cold soup but we also didn’t want to call […]

Afternoon Tea Week 8-14 August 2016

Afternoon tea at The Miller of Mansfield

It really would be rude not to indulge an entire week dedicated to the finest pastry chef creations, a dollop or two of jam and cream, and a quaff of bubbles (optional obviously). So in celebration of Afternoon Tea Week we’ll be offering Miller Afternoon Tea all week from 2-5pm. Afternoon Tea served with tea/coffee £19.50pp […]

Nick’s kitchen: Crispy Wigmore Cheese

Wigmore cheese

Firstly, what is Wigmore Cheese and where do you source it from? Wigmore Cheese is a semi soft sheep’s milk cheese. Made by Ann and Andy Wigmore in Riseley south of Reading. They have a great cheese making story behind them and have been producing since 1986. How do you make the cheese crispy? We […]

Nick’s kitchen: how to cook the perfect steak

Chargrilled Black Angus Sirloin

Anyone who’s eaten your steak knows that they somehow melt in the mouth and are packed with flavour. So we want your steak secrets! Where do you source your steaks from? Sourcing is the most important thing about buying beef. Unfortunately the market is saturated with rubbish that people really wouldn’t want to eat if […]

Wine of the month: Cabalié Rosé 2015

Cable Rose 2015

Our wine of the month for July has been chosen by The Miller bar team. They like it so much it’s also going to be our new house rosé. Stop! Don’t run away. Not all rosés are bad. In fact this is part of our mission to prove that there are some delectable rosé wines […]

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