I love this place it's a great little pub food is lovely, the outside garden very well kept, and a pleasure to just sit watching the world go by, and dog friendly is a bonus for me.
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The Irby Mill looks as if it has been slaking the thirsts of locals for centuries. In fact it has only been a pub since 1982. Before then it served as a Mill House. It is clearly a popular pub. I visited just before 6pm...More
At long last we managed to eat at the Irby Mill. We have called in several times in the past to be told that all the tables were booked up so we made sure that we rang up first to reserve a table. The pub...More
We were having a drive out this way last week and looked on tripadvisor for reviews of somewhere nice to eat. Reviews were good for this place so decided to give it a try. Place was quiet,just a couple of tables with people. We both...More
We have eaten here on many occasions as the food is so good. Proper home cooked. We took some friends visiting from Wales today. One of them had the muscles, bearing in mind he is a very discerning diner, he said that they were the...More
Oh to go back to the days when the Irby Mill was a pub. When beer was its raison d’etre. Now, instead of just a couple of staff pulling pints, there is a whole entourage but rarely anyone ready to serve the thirsty drinker. There...More
Went for tea with family Saturday afternoon, really great food, home made and plenty of it. We both had the Chicken pie with chunky chips which was so tasty and the kids meals were very good, only thing missing was baked beans with the sausage...More