About The Old Mill - Portishead
A relatively new kid on the block in the centre of Portishead, The Old Mill on High Street is a relaxing yet wonderfully stylish pub where everyone is welcome. Of course, being a pub, the focus of the food at The Old Mill is British but that’s not to say you won’t find some internationally-inspired dishes as well. Dishes are thoughtful, prepared with passion and presented beautifully. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, The Old Mill is just one of those pubs that makes you smile. The people of Portishead are certainly pleased to have it.
- Monday 10:00 - 22:00
- Tuesday 10:00 - 22:00
- Wednesday 10:00 - 22:00
- Thursday 10:00 - 22:00
- Friday 10:00 - 22:00
- Saturday 10:00 - 22:00
- Sunday 10:00 - 22:00
With a stylish, welcoming interior and plenty of outdoor seating for when the sun decides to show its face, The Old Mill of Portishead is charming and popular. It’s everything that a modern British pub should be with a kitchen serving well-priced, satisfying food and a well-stocked bar that showcases beers, wines and cocktails. On top of all that, The Old Mill is as accessible as it’s possible to be here in Portishead with a prime location on High Street in the very heart of town. There is plenty to love about this pub, but now, onto the food…
The Old Mill is open seven days a week for the people of Portishead to enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner and, of course, a cracking Sunday roast. Each day The Old Mill offers a gluten-free special, a dairy-free special and a vegan option, but for now let’s rundown the main menu. All the British pub classics are to be expected here, so start with soup of the days or baby back ribs, share a surf & turf board and then, for your main, why not get involved with fish and chips, gammon and eggs or steak and ale pie? We love The Old Mill and we know you will, too, so make a reservation and head to central Portishead right away.
Booking was very easy and the staff were very helpful . Our meal was very enjoyable, and the ambience was lovely - my friends and I will be visiting again soon.
Nice surrounding''s, great food and good service. Very well priced and the portions are huge!!! Selection of beers is good . Needs music in the up stairs restaurant.
Good basic food. Helpful and attentive staff. Small but attractive outside eating area, but unfortunately for us, a bit too windy that day to sit outside.
We enjoyed our meal but my chips seem to have been recooked and were hard, but as I am not overly keen on chips it wasn't too much of a problem.
Food was ok - decent pub grub, generous platefuls. Service needs some finessing - had to ask for menus (!), table next to us had to ask for cutlery, another table had empty dishes uncleared for around 20 mins. But that will come with experience - staff are still learning. Not great, but certainly not bad.
Lovely place, but the service is very very slow, and you get the general feeling that the staff don't really know what they are doing. It was over an hour before our food order was taken, and then at least another hour to get the food! We were even brought our bill before the food had arrived. We are not likely to be going back anytime soon :-(
We booked our table for 8 at 7:45 and were not served our food until 9pm. The manager was apologetic ad gave us drinks for the inconvenience so 10/10 for instantly offering an olive branch. Food however was excellent, especially as vegetables etc were not just 'standard fare' and suited the meal chosen.
The food was good but the service was very slow and the music was rather loud but it was turned down when we asked. Staff were pleasant.
NOT GREAT. NO ATMOSPHERE, AVERAGE FOOD, POOR SERVICE. WON'T GO BACK AGAIN. THERE IS TOO MUCH COMPETITION IN PORTISHEAD TO RUN AN AVERAGE RESTAURANT, IT NEEDS TO UP ITS GAME.
Very basic menu, most dishes came with chips only. Waiting staff mostly young and inexperienced. Really need to up their game if they hope to make it in Portishead.