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hungryabbey Feb 8, 2007 05:02 AM

So, it looks like finally they redid their website, and the mill st brew pub has all it's info up including their menu. Its just your basic pub food, but I love the distillery district and if its any good, I would definetly go. Has anyone been for dinner? Anything to avoid or anything worth ordering?

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    sam_1 May 1, 2009 01:17 PM

    I find it really surprising how many people seem to like the food there (per all the comments). I have been there for meals several times, and now I try my best to get out of it if I am invited there. Although brunch is edible, I recall dinner being almost inedible the couple of times I have been. Probably the worst pub food I have had in TO - I'd rather eat at a chain like the Firkin than Mill St. Brew Pub. I know you all want to know what I ate but to be honest I don't really remember. All I remember is that I certainly didn't eat much of it.

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      julesrules May 1, 2009 01:32 PM

      Are you looking at the dates on the comments and following the more recent conversation? Gist: they opened well and went way downhill.

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        sam_1 May 3, 2009 01:34 PM

        Oops sorry...I didn't realize that the post had started so long ago. Thanks - thought I was going crazy there for a bit!

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      Sui_Mai Apr 29, 2009 07:39 AM

      I just had to comment here because it saddens me how awesome this place could be. I have been to many brew pubs across North America and Mill St has so much going for it: beautiful space and location (could a patio have a nicer ambience? -oooo so pretty lights at night) and excellent beer...... BUT........What's with the Pub-in-the-Box thing? Hate the stupid mini-skirts/kilts (Yup this pub it brought to you from the Foggy Dew et al chain) Hate the crap mashed potatos and peas on my 14 dollar "pub food" plate (Liver was pretty good to be fair). Hate the massive greasy menus that have gobs of dishes of no discerning vibe that make you wonder if what you ordered has been made in the last month. Ditto for the wine: I had an 8 dollar Chianti that I enjoy drinking at home that tasted of vinegar – dregs of the bottle sitting around for a while? And I especially hate that the Mill St. Organic draft that my BF ordered for 6.50 was not even close to a pint (about 2/3) and that's their specialty – weird.

      Loved seeing cutie patootie Albert Schulz there after a brilliant turn in Glengarry Glen Ross across the way at Soulpepper though.

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        Food Tourist Apr 29, 2009 08:33 AM

        Was there during FAT and had an awful raspberry fruit beer, watery Wit, and disgusting "fish sliders" (basically a deep fried fish ball on a bun with sad lack of toppings). The only redeeming feature of the night was the milk stout - it's a must try.

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          Gary Apr 29, 2009 08:47 AM

          I live nearby and often stop in for beers and to enjoy the ambiance... but never on a busy Saturday or summer evening, as the crowds seem to send them into the weeds at the drop of a hat. The food is decidedly mediocre and overpriced. The only thing I order when I get hungry are the perogies, which are admittedly difficult to screw up, and still pricey for $7-8.

          The beers, however, are excellent. I quite enjoy the Wit, and though I agree it is less strongly spiced than similar white beers from Europe or from Unibroue I would not call it watery. I have tried both stouts (the original Cobblestone and the new Milk) and while I would enjoy either, I found the Milk Stout had a bit too much "tang" for lack of a better word, and I slightly prefer the original. I have also recently discovered their ESB (Extra Special Bitters) which I thought was quite decent and look forward to having again. Oddly I am not a fan of their most widely available beers (the Organic and the Tankhouse) because I find them a bit too hoppy, but that's more a statement of my beer preferences than the quality of their versions, I think.

          My overwhelming thought about this place is also that it is adequate but could be oh so much better. But since they're often packed, I imagine the incentive for them to make drastic changes to their business model is not there.

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            julesrules Apr 29, 2009 09:30 AM

            The organic is priced higher than other types at the store too, I assume due to higher costs, or maybe just marketing.
            I think they were better when they first opened. For example I had a chocolate stout cake there with a decent cherry sauce. When I went back the desserts on offer were clearly from some mega-provider, complete with stock photos, things like "triple layer lemon pie" - one layer will suffice, if it's good! I wasn't tempted to order one. Also, ordering the mussels for a second time I knew I wanted bread to sop up the sauce. The waiter kind of hemmed, then offered us their "delicious pretzel bread!" which turned out to be some mass produced, nasty thing drenched in oil product. It's too bad because I do think they started out with better intentions.

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              hungryabbey Apr 29, 2009 09:49 AM

              I have been several times since they opened and have watched it progressively get worst and worst. I think the last time I went will be the last. Food is usually just "fine" yet overpriced, so there are so many better pub options... last time I went I got the bison sliders which were not sliders.. they LITERALLY were 3 burnt to a crisp tough meatballs on buns with a bit of cheese and the purely fatty pieces of the bacon stuck on top. Terrible. I basically was eating bun with bacon fat. Forget the place in the summer, it doesnt matter how early you go for dinner, they are lined up out the door and its just not worth it.

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                embee Apr 29, 2009 12:13 PM

                I think they were running the place themselves when they opened and decided this was not the business they were in. Fair enough and likely the right decision. However, turning it over to a pretty bad chain operation suggests a lack of standards that doesn't bode well for their beers over time --- especially since the pub appears to be successful.

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                  kwjd Apr 29, 2009 01:21 PM

                  What do you mean it doesn't bode well for their beers? They won brewery of the year award for the past 2 years in the Canadian Brewing Awards (justified, in my opinion). They are focused on the beer and apparently not the food.

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                    embee Apr 29, 2009 01:48 PM

                    If they are, in fact, selling lousy pub food profitably, the temptation to cut corners on the beer, and lower costs, can follow. I'm not suggesting that this WILL happen, but it certainly has happened with many products before - in good financial times as well as in bad.

                    Focusing on the beer was almost certainly the right thing to do. However, this place is branded by their beer. To me, the pub diminishes the brand substantially. I've eaten there and the food, overall, is godawful.

                    I'd be more positive had they outsourced the food to an entity that cared about quality. We're talking pub food here - not fine dining.

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                    gregclow Apr 30, 2009 07:59 AM

                    As far as I know, Mill Street never ran the brewpub side of things on their own.

                    They originally opened the Distillery location as a brewery with no bar or restaurant, and when they outgrew the space, they moved most of their brewing to a much larger location in Scarborough, and contracted/partnered with FAB Concepts (owners of many pre-fab "Irish" pubs around town) to open the pub.

                    So the quality (or lack thereof) of the food at the brewpub has pretty much no connection with the quality of the beer, since they are essentially separate operations.

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                      embee Apr 30, 2009 08:07 AM

                      My argument is that they have branded that pub. Because of this branding, many (likely most) patrons wouldn't differentiate the food from the brewery (especially since they do still brew some stuff on site).

                      If I ran the brewery, I wouldn't much care who sold my brew as long as they paid their bills. However, I would want the food sold in (what is perceived to be) MY pub to mirror the quality standards inherent in the image of my beer.

                      They obviously disagree.

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                        gregclow Apr 30, 2009 08:19 AM

                        I can't argue with you there. I also find it unfortunate that Mill St chose to partner with FAB for the pub. An independent pub with solid food would've been much more preferable. I assume it was a financially-driven decision.

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                          Sui_Mai Apr 30, 2009 10:17 AM

                          Every FAB pub I've been to overcharged and underperforms (especially Brazenhead!). I find it funny that at every other FAB pub you can hardly get an Ontario micro but they're the ones who run the Mill St pub. Bad brand messaging - very inconsistent.

                          I totally agree embee on how the "public face" of the beer can be tarnished by such decisions. Is another Ontario microbrewery buyout from the mass producers in the works? Upper Canada, Creemore, now Mill St.?

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                            kwjd Apr 30, 2009 11:22 AM

                            I was at the Pour House last night and they have both Organic and Tankhouse on tap. So they are selling Mill Street beer at least one other in the group.

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                              gregclow May 1, 2009 09:13 AM

                              I believe that all of the FAB pubs have at least one Mill St beer on tap, and sometimes one or two more in bottles. One of the few good things to come out of the deal, as it gives me something decent to drink when I get dragged to one of those places.

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                                Full tummy May 1, 2009 01:23 PM

                                Which Toronto pubs are FAB pubs?

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                                  Sui_Mai May 2, 2009 05:56 AM

                                  Started with Murphy's Law (in the Beaches), then opened Foggy Dew, the Pourhouse, Pogue Mahones, the Brazenhead and they have one somewhere in the 'burbs too. They're all faux Irish except for Mill Street.

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                                    Full tummy May 2, 2009 02:56 PM

                                    Thanks, Sui Mai. I've only eaten at Murphy's Law, and not recently because I won't go back. I'm not a beer drinker, so that holds no appeal, and the food is not an attraction either.

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                                      pinstripeprincess May 6, 2009 08:21 AM

                                      i think that if you go to any one of their websites, you get the full line up of logos for who they're associated with at the bottom.

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                                      gregclow May 3, 2009 11:10 AM

                                      They have two in the burbs - Ned Devine's in Milton, and The Dub Linn Gate in Vaughan.

                                      They also opened a new one called The Watermark this past week down near Harbourfront.

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                                embee Apr 30, 2009 07:32 PM

                                If they sell to a major, I won't fall off my chair in shock at the surprise...

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                      kwjd Apr 29, 2009 10:44 AM

                      The organic isn't priced higher at stores, unless you are comparing it to the macobrews like Canadian or Blue (however, there is a huge quality upgrade for just a couple bucks). A 6 pack at the LCBO is $11 or $12, which is on the cheaper end of the scale for microbrews.

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                        julesrules Apr 29, 2009 11:26 AM

                        I thought it came in smaller bottles though... I was comparing to their other types not Blue or Canadian, which don't actually register as beer with me :) But quite possibly I am wrong or working on old info, I don't really like the organic (found it watery/tasteless when I tried it years ago, surprised someone called it hoppy above, as I love Tank House - maybe I need to take another look at it).

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                          kwjd Apr 29, 2009 11:39 AM

                          Oh right, they used to come in smaller bottles, but they now come in the standard 341mL size.

                          I was confused that that hoppy comment above as well. If you try Organic excpecting a hoppy taste, you will be dissapointed. I'll get it when I feel like a refreshing lighter beer, but it isn't much more than that.

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                            Sui_Mai Apr 29, 2009 02:40 PM

                            My initial complaint was 6.50 for *all* drafts (I've also seen Organic priced higher elsewhere but this is not the point) that aren't even a pint - that are about 2/3 of a pint is a rip-off. It's not like we're paying for the service or ambience of The Rooftop here.

                            I hope they get back to their boutique basics fast! I would pay plenty for fine beer, a nice edited menu with local fresh food and informed service. Also maybe some local wines fer chrissakes, and I'm not talking the Colio they have for house wine!

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                              kwjd May 6, 2009 07:29 AM

                              I actually just went there on Monday and the menu has Organic & their bock listed as $6.04 for 15 ounces. I believe all their other beers were $6.04 for 20 ounces. For their cask IPA or Cobblestone Stout, it seems completely worth it to me.

                              I made sure to not order any food though, thanks to this thread.

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                                Food Tourist May 12, 2009 03:51 PM

                                They were out of the cask-conditioned beer when I was there two weeks ago.

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                              Sui_Mai Apr 29, 2009 02:43 PM

                              Some people really go in for the malty barley side of things. To them pilsner lager is even a hoppy mutha - not my taste but to each their own.

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                      hungryabbey Feb 25, 2007 02:47 PM

                      so I went again to the mill street tonight for a quick pub bite, had the sweet potato fries and wings again to start (cause I just couldnt resist, though the nachos I saw did look REALLY good), and this time I had their prime rib dinner which came with yorkshire pudding, gravy, potatos and veg. The meat was pretty good, verrrry juicy, but still, I prefer the Keg, and I usually dont like other peoples yorkshire pudding other then my british family's recipe, but this was surprisingly good too. One other in the group had the meatloaf which I tried and it was very flavourful with a really nice gravy on top, and another had the pulled pork sandwhich even though I warned her about what was said about it here (not enough pork) and oh man, were you guys right!!! The bun was HUGE and there wasnt even enough pork on the bun for a thin layering on the bun.. I mean,I tried it and it was good pork, a little dry, and could have used more sauce, but it was a nice sauce (peach BBQ i believe it was called), but they REALLY needed to give more of the pork b/c it was practicly just bun. All in all, good meal again, and would return b/c its a large menu with a lot of nice british pies (shepards, steak and stilton etc) that I wouldnt mind trying, especially when its nice out in the summer.

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                        sierramum Feb 25, 2007 03:34 PM

                        Too bad you didn't go LAST night, hungryabbey. You would have encountered my rowdy bunch of 16, lol! We had a very great time, too. Our guests were very complimentary about the establishment and we really enjoyed our time there, especially since our server was really great (unfortunately, we didn't get his name).

                        We tried many things on the menu:

                        - the appetizer platter, where the onion rings, sweet potato fries, and chicken wings were all eaten, but the potato skins weren't liked very much and there was one piece of quesadilla left uneaten
                        - a basket of sweet potato fries, which was gobbled up pretty quickly by the group as everyone loved them!
                        - an order of the jalapeno and cheese dip, which was very tasty but I was a bit put off that the dip came in such a little bowl so there wasn't enough of it for the pretzel bread
                        - an order of the Brewer's Bread, which was nibbled on a little, but nobody liked it much
                        - an order of perogies, which my hubby ate the whole plate of
                        - someone ordered the chicken pot pie and complimented it (I found the gravy just a touch salty, though)
                        - another person got the Irish stew, which she thought was "alright". Not awful but not spectacular.
                        - her husband got the pulled pork sandwich and unfortunately, I didn't get his thoughts on it. But he did eat the whole thing.
                        - another guest ordered the mussels, which looked and smelled good, but her opinion was that they were small and she wondered if they were in season or not
                        - the youngest guest ordered one of the hamburgers and he thought it was good

                        Those were the only orders I was able to document but I have to say everyone left happy. The beer was greatly enjoyed (especially the Organic), a couple of guests had glasses of white wine, and I was in the mood for the Smirnoff Green Apple coolers.

                        When I got the bill, I was very, very happy. The final cost was much less than what I was expecting to pay (especially for 16 people!).

                        We definitely can't wait to go back again. For brunch though, with the kids.

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                          hungryabbey Feb 25, 2007 06:06 PM

                          oh good review haha I think we probably had the same server. Ive had a male both times and hes the only male server Ive seen, and he is excellent, very attentive and charming. It looks like a great place to bring a whole party!!

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                        cupcakez Feb 19, 2007 01:21 PM

                        My boyfriend got a buy one entree get the second free coupon when he bought a six pack of mill street beer from the beer store. We've decided to go for our anniversary in a few (we're cheapo students who are dead broke) weeks or maybe just do the monday night appetizer special since those looks kinda interesting. Has anyone tried any of those?

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                          hungryabbey Feb 19, 2007 06:01 PM

                          (thanks for the tip on the coupon!) and, when we were there we tried the sweet potato fries and the chicken wings as apps. the fries were pretty good, not as crispy as i would really like but had a really yummy flavoured mayo to dip them in. and chicken wings weer also pretty good, not the best sauce ive ever had, but they had a lot of meat on them I found, so it balanced it out for me. let us know if you do go what you try!

                        2. sierramum Feb 16, 2007 06:27 AM

                          I'm wondering if kids are allowed during the brunch hours? I'm leaning towards stopping by there tomorrow but if it's not suitable for the kids, perhaps I'll just wait until the sitter is available.

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                            hungryabbey Feb 16, 2007 02:58 PM

                            yah I think they are even at dinner time. B/c when I was there, there was a whole table of kids with their parents, I think it might have been one of their bdays. Im sure it would be fine, its a very clean establishment, not seedy or "bar like" in any way.

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                              Lotus Seedling Feb 16, 2007 04:31 PM

                              It's a very kid-friendly place. We've taken my two year old nephew and his parents there... He gets crayons and a child menu each time. And the wait staff are welcoming to him. They even offered to refill his sippy cup with milk!

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                                Prabhakar Ragde Feb 17, 2007 03:32 AM

                                I stopped by last night to ask about their kid policy -- children are permitted before 9 pm.

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                                  sierramum Feb 17, 2007 07:16 AM

                                  Thanks for the replies, guys! I guess if they DO have a kids' menu, then it's obviously child friendly, eh? So off we go for brunch! :)

                              2. thenurse Feb 15, 2007 11:35 AM

                                I can't seem to find their menu... can someone please post a link?

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                                  sierramum Feb 15, 2007 11:50 AM

                                  http://www.millstreetbrewpub.ca/

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                                    TorontoJo Feb 15, 2007 01:11 PM

                                    And you have to click on the specials column on the right to launch the menu. Not terribly intuitive.

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                                      gregclow Feb 15, 2007 06:39 PM

                                      Huh? The front page of the site has a image of the menu cover with the text "click above to view our Main Menu in PDF format" right below it.

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                                        TorontoJo Feb 16, 2007 04:24 AM

                                        LOL, you're right. I didn't even notice the tiny writing. I saw the beer list only. I just happened to click on the specials and got the menu. You'd never know the Internet is my career...

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                                  hungryabbey Feb 11, 2007 03:34 PM

                                  So i went to mill st pub tonight and LOVED it. Its BEAUTIFUL in there for a pub! We tried the wings which were pretty good, the sweet potato fries which were great but no ten feet tall... I had the pulled pork pizza which was great! Tried the chicken/leek pie which was great too, the pastry was perfect, the halibut was also pretty good, and the burger was declared pretty good, but no stand out. Thanks for the tip guys,I am definetly going back

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                                    HarryLloyd Feb 15, 2007 08:57 AM

                                    Dear Abbey,

                                    So how was the pulled pork and how does it compare to others you have had? can you please include "tasting notes"? Thanks.

                                    Chow!
                                    HL.

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                                      hungryabbey Feb 15, 2007 09:10 AM

                                      of course, Im sorry. well, I didnt have the pulled pork sandwich since someone on here posted that it was only a wee bit of pulled pork on a big bun, but, I found the pulled pork on the pizza to be good pork, but not very saucy like u would find on a good pulled pork sandwich. But i dont think I woudl have liked it to be tooo gooey on the pizza b/c there was already tomato and bbq sauce on the pizza. so, it is hard to compare it to lets say, the pulled pork sandwich that I am obsessed with at HoP. The pie had excellent pastry, very flaky if you like that, but the pie it had a bit too much leeks in it for one member of my party, though I didnt mind. I didnt try the burger, but the sweet potatoe fries were pretty good, nice and thin but were not quite as crispy as I Ten feet tall or HoP. The wings could have used a bit more sauce, but there was a nice amount of meat on the bone, so that made up for it and the sauce that it did have on it, was very good. Sorry, it is kind of hard to compare a pulled pork pizza to a sandwich I guess.. but I hope that helps

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                                        HarryLloyd Feb 15, 2007 09:17 AM

                                        Thanks Abbey.

                                        I enjoy a good pulled pork sandwich but I am very hesitant to order it at a restaurant due to the fact that they alway disappoint.

                                        You see I have spent many months in the south tasting some of the best and many hours perfecting my own. I have mastered a recipe and hope to be able to one day share it with others.

                                        Thanks again for your notes.

                                        Chow!
                                        HL.

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                                          hungryabbey Feb 15, 2007 10:33 AM

                                          oooh very nice. From your experience then, what is the best pulled pork sandwich you have tried in toronto??

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                                            HarryLloyd Feb 16, 2007 04:58 AM

                                            My sampling so far: phils, hop, mill st., memphis bbq, max's, ribozos, camp31, mike loves, fat bobs, clarence inn, dino (both locations), and a few others not woth mentioning. (note: every time i stop by BC they are closed or out of PP). sorry to disappoint but none measure up.

                                            common issues: dry, undercooked, overcooked, lacking smoke (often none), too saucy, too little meat.

                                            so, best of the worst? dino (rochester location)

                                            best in Tdot? sadly its phils.

                                            and, sorry to say, worst of the worst? hop (way over sauced!).

                                            Chow!
                                            HL.

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                                              hungryabbey Feb 16, 2007 02:56 PM

                                              noooo haha. well, I do have to try out phils. Its on my list for sure. but I kind of like saucy to be honest lol, what did you think of mill st?

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                                                Davwud Feb 16, 2007 03:00 PM

                                                Last time I was at Phil's it was rather disappointing.

                                                DT

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                                                  hungryabbey Feb 16, 2007 04:09 PM

                                                  yah it seems from reviews lately that its going down hill

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                                                    orangewasabi Feb 16, 2007 04:16 PM

                                                    do you mean Phil's overall or specifically the pulled pork?
                                                    about a month ago, I posted a positive review about their ribs -- they were very good, better than they have been in a while. the pulled pork, however, wasn't so fine.

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                                                      hungryabbey Feb 16, 2007 04:38 PM

                                                      sorry I did mean the pulled pork.

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                                                        Davwud Feb 17, 2007 05:57 AM

                                                        There were two of us and we split a combo and a pp sandwich. Sandwich was nothing special. The ribs were dry and not that flavourful. The chicken tasted the best but you had to put up with it being bone dry. The brisket was the best over all. Other than the beans of course.

                                                        DT

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                                                          orangewasabi Feb 17, 2007 06:44 AM

                                                          I wonder how variable Phil's is . . . though it seems the beans are always good. I thought the ribs were some of the most tender I'd had (which was bloody shocking, frankly, given some of the great southern BBQ I have had). Wasn't even brave enough to try the brisket, though I may now. Fascinating,

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                                                            Davwud Feb 17, 2007 08:05 AM

                                                            We were there for lunch. In other words, just after they opened. Which may explain the dryness of some of the food.

                                                            DT

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                                                              HarryLloyd Feb 17, 2007 05:50 PM

                                                              Phil's is inconsistent. Beans can be fantastic or disappointing. Meat varies in smokiness and juiciness.

                                                              Chow!
                                                              HL

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                                                  Sui_Mai Apr 29, 2009 07:25 AM

                                                  Off topic, but I don't miss an oppty to recommend Delux (on Ossington) for their pulled pork sammy!

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                                          Lotus Seedling Feb 8, 2007 04:00 PM

                                          I'm a resident of the Distillery District. My husband and I love the food at Mill Street, particularly indulging in the chicken wings. The meat loaf is also terrific, as are the burgers. That having been said, I don't recommend the crab cakes (bland). Or their ribs, which were too chewy.

                                          Monday is half price appetizer night... and it's quiet too, which is a bonus. It's pretty hectic on the weekends, especially when the Leads play.

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                                            Kasia Feb 8, 2007 02:00 PM

                                            I've been there twice, to catch Raptors games. The food is definitely better than average pub food. Make sure you have the sweet potato fries. The portions are substantial, and they have some specials throughout the week (I think they're listed on the website). The serivice can be a bit slow and spotty (it's a large place and already fairly popular) but very friendly.

                                            1. Food Tourist Feb 8, 2007 05:45 AM

                                              Abbey, you actually posted on this thread:

                                              http://www.chowhound.com/topics/35920...

                                              From what I hear, the food is better than average for a pub, and I'm planning to make a trek out there myself one of these days!

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                                                hungryabbey Feb 8, 2007 05:24 PM

                                                I thought I had, but this new Chowhoudn website makes searching threads hard for some reason. I went to find it, and I didnt get any good hits, sorry for bringing it up again, but thanks for finding the thread for me!

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                                                  HarryLloyd Feb 8, 2007 08:05 PM

                                                  You might even be able to find it in your own recent posts too!

                                                  http://www.chow.com/profile/26815

                                                  Chow!
                                                  HL.

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                                                    hungryabbey Feb 9, 2007 05:31 AM

                                                    oh thats a good idea, thanks for the tip!

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