The Titchfield Mill, Titchfield, Fareham, 19/25

The Titchfield Mill 19/25  titchfield mill ext

Mill Lane
Titchfield
Fareham
Hampshire
PO15 5RF

Tel:01329 840931

Website:thetitchfieldmill

Vegetarian: Yes

Parking: Own car park

Wheelchairs: OK

Loos: Average

silver LWL Silver Award – Awarded November 2012 – Cost ££

As the name suggests The Titchfield Mill was originally a water mill with its origins dating back as far as 1779. Titchfield has had a history of water mills due to the natural availability of water from the river Meon. The Titchfield Mill ceased operation in 1939, becoming an inn some years later.Having been an old mill this pub, run by the Vintage Inn Group, is an interesting building with various nooks & crannies in which to settle oneself for a cosy meal.

Although a pub there is table service which was very welcome! We were served with both our drinks and food; we were impressed by the friendly service.

I ordered from the daily Monday to Friday lunch special menu: Baby spinach, beetroot and glazed apple salad with bacon & Stilton. It tasted good and so did my main, Grilled trout fillet with a crusty herb and mixed seed topping with baby new potatoes. 2 courses for £8.50, such good value.

My friend chose Haddock & wholegrain mustard fishcakes served with watercress salad, lemon, herb, crème fraiche & chips, from the main menu at £8.50. They were delicious.

There are plenty of details of the menus on their website, hope you enjoy your visit as much as we did!

We only had soft drinks so.. Cost ££

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Ladies Who Lunch Scoring:

Quality of food 3/5
Variety of menu 4/5
Staff and service 4/5
Ambience & décor 4/5
Value for Money 4/5

 

Total Yummy Factor

19/25

Report: JI

5/5 = Cannot be improved upon, 4/5 = Very good, 3/5 = Good,
2/5 = Satisfactory, 1/5 = Poor, 0/5 = Terrible

The higher the “Yummy” factor, the better the food & service. The higher the number of £ signs the more expensive. (Roughly one £ sign = £5 per head)