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359 Verified Diner Reviews

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Total Dimmi Score

8.1
359 reviews
Recommended
(8.1)
Food
(8.2)
Service
(8.0)
Value for money
(7.6)
Atmosphere
(8.6)

dined on Sun, 10 Jun 2018

(8)
Lovely food. Service was a little bit hit and miss but to be fair they had a couple of large groups in.

dined on Sun, 20 May 2018

(8)
It is not somewhere I would go in winter again as it felt really cold in there, but would be beautiful in warmer weather. The food was lovely and the staff were friendly and helpful. Portion sizes were good too.

dined on Sun, 11 Feb 2018

(6)
The venue, atmosphere and food were really good, however let down by very relaxed service, after 30 minutes I had to go looking for staff to order our first drinks. Earlier in the day there was no response to a request to increase the number in our group, considering that I sent an email and left a phone message, that was also poor. The quality of the location deserves better.
Tracy

dined on Sat, 3 Feb 2018

(10)
Sat out on the deck on a beautiful evening, great food and service, we will be back!

dined on Sun, 7 Jan 2018

(8)
Getting back to its originally great status.
Ree

dined on Thu, 10 May 2018

(10)
10C outside. The heating wasn't very effective., ( and we were seated by the open fire!) The waitress did apologise for it ( an unsolicited apology) towards the end of the meal. Apart from that we were very happy with the Bridgewater Mill.

dined on Sat, 5 May 2018

(9)
Staff and ambience was nice for a long girls lunch. Food was good and service was friendly, respectful and queries were followed up quickly. Would highly recommend. Suggestion: an open fire or the like, would certainly be something to consider.
Bob

dined on Sun, 15 Apr 2018

(7)
Food was superb - scallop soup then pork belly with prawns. However, waiting staff were generally too young for their roles - gave impression that they were not trained properly which detracted from what should be a fine dining experience. I don't blame the staff as it's not their fault that they were not well trained or familiar with the food or wine list - it's poor/lazy management and to be honest the restaurant seems tired and lacks atmosphere - lucky the food was good. I expected much more from a business which has only recently been purchased amid a lot of hype.
Dear Bob, We do have a couple of new younger staff who work on the weekend. At all times they were under the supervision of the more experienced staff. There is always a learning period when new staff start, and they are always supported by the management and the rest of the staff.
Restaurant The Bridgewater Mill responded on Mon, 16 Apr 2018

dined on Sat, 14 Apr 2018

(9)
Great meal and wine highly recommend.

dined on Sun, 8 Apr 2018

(6)
It was a good lunch. Staffs were not equipped with the answers with regards to simple questions on the menu. Food was nice looking but taste was not as great as how it looks. It is not cheap for the value we get.
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About The Bridgewater Mill

An Adelaide Hills favourite Housed in the historic 1860s flour mill, The Bridgewater Mill restaurant, Wine and Coffee Lounge is a firm favourite in the hearts of locals and interstate guests. The restaurant, with award-winning executive chef Zac Ronayne and Joel Faustino, is quintessentially Adelaide Hills. Sink into a cosy lounge next to the open fire or wine and dine on the new three tier deck. Whether it’s for coffee and nibbles, a long lazy lunch, or cocktails and dinner on Friday or Saturday night, The Bridgewater Mill offers a culinary experience that you will never forget. Breakfast coming soon! Best dish: that’s a tough question as it’s a truly inspiring menu.

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