The water tasted and smelled awful. Wondered if they used it to cook with. Main entrée was small serving on large bread. It looked large when served but when I took off top bread there was a small piece of chicken with small amount of salad. Artichoke was missing, but at least they kept out the olives as requested. My friend's shrimp was nothing special and the rice flavorless.
Water complaint was received as if I was the first one to ever say something about. Guessing that is how they sell more beverages.
Give me a break
We had a private party there and did one of their buffet packages. We had choice of 3 entrees with rice or potato. The rice was sticky and they served a spinach salad instead of what I ordered, which was a Caesar salad. The salad tasted too wet with dressing. I was disappointed in the food. The trays were not kept full and when I asked about taking one meal home since one guest did not show up, they told me they had no food left over. They were not very hospitable.
The restaurant looked clean but some parts of the decor look outdated.
They only had one waitress who pretty much seemed to do everything. She was very nice.
On the other hand the manager was very curt and rude
I felt like they nickled and dimed me. I would never recommend it to anyone
Well presented with a good variety. The only dish I avoid is the crusted salmon...a little too dry. Best of the best is the St. Peters Fish and surprisingly the Mill Burger. Not a huge menu, but plenty of choices in all the categories from a delightful cheese platter to a buttery filet mignon. And paired off with a great selection from the unique wine list (and when i say unique, I mean not the usual junk wines that every restaurant carries), I can assure you that every dish is worth the price.
Low lighting combined with dark wood makes for a very elegant and inviting atmosphere. The dining room is small, but you are not pushed up against other patrons so you can retain that feeling of intimacy. Overall, it's a very classy and pleasant look.
Since the dining area is small, service is readily available. I don't necessarily care for the uniforms the waiters are outfitted in. I feel its a bit to casual for such a classy place. The food server's white on white looks much better. If you're seated in the bar area, make sure you are in the mood for wine! This place is all about great wines combined with great food. Sure you can order a draft beer or a cosmo, but with all the great varietals of wine available, why bother?
Well, considering what I pay for a good meal in Manhattan, I am a bit upset over the price increase that took place over the past year. While most entrees fall under $20, it's barely under the bar at $16.95 to $19.95. While I'm sure the food and drinks are Manhattan worthy, this is southeast Nassau, so I think the prices should be adjusted accordingly.
This place is best suited for a evening out with friends or just with your significant other. It's not much of a family place, especially not for children, but after-all, we need great places like this to escape the daily grind. And I noticed they also have a Sunday brunch, though I have not tried it yet. I highly recommend Hudsons Mill!
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