The Mill Street Brasserie

The Mill Street Brasserie spells elegance when it comes to the dining experience. Indulge in their refined menu of culinary delights crafted with local ingredients and a stylish atmosphere.

The Mill Street Brasserie

The Mill Street Brasserie is located in the beautiful coastal town of Bideford, in North Devon, UK

This popular eatery is renowned for its traditional British fare and 360-degree views of the nearby historic Bideford quay and marina

The restaurant serves up a blend of classic lunch, dinner menu items and daily specials

From light meals such as sandwiches to three-course dinners with steaks, fish and seafood dishes – there’s something for everyone at The Mill Street Brasserie

In addition to its well-loved food, the restaurant features a selection of local ales, ciders and wines from Devon-produced vineyards

A beautiful quayside location and a warm hospitality staff make The Mill Street Brasserie an ideal spot for a cozy meal with family and friends


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The Mill Street Brasserie Reviews

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Opening Hours:
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 12:00 – 3:00 PM
Wednesday: 12:00 – 3:00 PM, 6:30 – 11:00 PM
Thursday: 12:00 – 3:00 PM, 6:30 – 11:00 PM
Friday: 12:00 – 3:00 PM, 6:30 – 11:00 PM
Saturday: 12:00 – 3:00 PM, 6:30 – 11:00 PM
Sunday: Closed
Phone: 01237 700245
Address: 49 Mill St, Bideford EX39 2JR, UK

Curbside Pickup: No
>Delivery: No
Dine In: Yes
Reservable: Yes
Serves Beer: Yes
Serves Dinner: Yes
Serves Lunch: Yes
Serves Wine: Yes
Takeout: No

Dom Ko avatarDom Ko
3 months ago
Wow! What a little gem! Amazing food, we had V&V and crayfish salad and millionaire fries. best salads we ever had! Fries were delicious too. Yum yum yum! Everything so fresh and so tasty! And the desert was to die for!Very friendly staff and attentive. We'll definitely be back if in area again! ❤️💝
Sarah Oreggio avatarSarah Oreggio
3 weeks ago
Wow! Where do I start with this review…. Absolutely love this little hidden gem. My partner and I decided to go there for a meal while we were on holiday and we weren't disappointed, at all. We were greeted by the most kindest waitress/hostess who fully explained what was on the menu. When you go in it's not very big (not a criticism at all), it has a very intimate setting which I quite liked to be honest, as you've not got loads of loud noises all around you. The decor is to die for, love the colour scheme of navy/teal/gold with the faux plants dotted around. I spent a bit of time in the toilet (not because the food was bad (haha)) but I was just mesmerised by the decor in there. The Emma Shipley wallpaper with the leopard print elephants and the gold ornaments. If I could redeorate my bathroom, it would look like that. Love the idea of the pink feather-walled photo booth aswell, which adds that extra touch to the whole restaurant experience.Now onto the food. Well, I was in food heaven from start to finish. We both had the salt and pepper squid for a starter which came out on a tiled slate, followed by the baked Hake in saffron cream sauce with Mussels and King Prawns with fries. The food is beautifully presented, cooked to perfection and the portion sizes are spot on! After my meal, I treated myself to a Brasserie Russian, which I've never had before, as I'm not much of a drinker. But I really enjoyed the mixture of the vodka, chocolate liqueur, Kahlua & cream over ice.You can tell they've properly thought about every little single detail. All these little touches really gives the whole place that "wow" factor.Amazing hospitality, amazing food. The place is just incredible. I love it that much, if I could, I'd drive 3 hours just to eat there again but will have to wait until our holiday next year.5 stars!!!
Laura Twomey avatarLaura Twomey
3 months ago
This restaurant is a true delight, I had an unexpectedly lovely time and a delicious lunch here with a pal. The exterior is unassuming and understated, we were greeted by the most charming and engaging member of staff, she was chatty and helpful but not too much…she had the most lovely manner. The inside opens up to reveal the most glorious dining space, dark moody tones, much foliage, and an accent of gold which gives an hint of old Hollywood/maximalist botanical. A round of applause for the bathroom too…Emma Shipley wallpaper, Molton Brown toiletries, I rest my case. This is all before you get to the heavenly outside seating area and, of course the food. The menu is well curated with something for everyone, we went for salad bowls but really need to go back and explore the food further….too hot for a big meal that day! Apparently, freshly caught lobster and other seafood is often on the evening menu. We briefly met the chef who gave a palpable sense of passion about the food she was creating and the restaurant as a whole. The atmosphere was upbeat and joyful, I was left buzzing about our experience, can't wait to go back for an evening meal. The coffee is excellent too. This really is an oasis in the very centre of Bideford.
Karl Wignall avatarKarl Wignall
3 months ago
A little gem of a restaurant. Amazing locally sourced ingredients, skillfully prepared. Great wine and the best Armagnac! Fabulous friendly service. This place should be in the Michelin Guide.
Colin Pocock avatarColin Pocock
4 months ago
Omg what a find!!! By chance we walked past, the lunch menu looked perfect! And you when everything from the food, service and the decor are all excellent! Thank you so much Sarah for amazing service and Louise for beautiful food!
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