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Moor Mill, Bricket Wood - pub details

Moor Mill

Address: Smug Oakland, Bricket Wood, St Albans, Hertfordshire, AL2 3PN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13724) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bricket Wood (0.3 miles), How Wood (1.1 miles), Park Street (1.4 miles)

Pub facilities/features:
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> Current user rating: 4.5/10 (rated by 20 users)
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It's a Beefeater.
Phantom_Pigeon - 12 Aug 2017 17:30
As others have said, this is a pub to go to, sit in the garden and have a pint on a hot day or, if you are at the adjoining Premier Inn, to escape for a while. I use it as the last stop when walking my dog.

Over the years my experience of the food has been varied - sometimes good - sometimes poor. I looked at the menu the last time I was there and the prices for what you are about to receive seem unreasonably high.

There are the usual lagers there and there is usually a few guest ales. The bar in which they are served is quite dark, and my advice is to look carefully to see if you can see your fingers on the other side of the glass - the amount of cloudy beer I have been served is remarkable (The Doombar is particularly prone to this.) The staff, who are overworked, seem off-hand and more interested in their own social lives or who had the wine measure last, etc.

On a hot day, be prepared to wait in a queue - the bar area is small and you are lucky to find more than two staff serving as there really is not the room behind.

As has been mentioned the standard of tidiness in the garden area isn't the finest.

Yes, although you could throw a stone at the M25, the surroundings are fine - a river and a mill-race complete with ducks and large fish surround the place and there's a play area that is not too bad - the interior is well done and restored perfectly. It's all rather like being given a Ferrari and then finding that it's firing only on 4 of its cylinders and the doors won't close properly.

I wish I could give it a higher rating - it requires just a little more action from management and it could double the score.
greybeard - 30 Jul 2017 01:17
Beefeater with a large working mill wheel right next to the bar. An attractive venue, although the bar area is small and rather lacking in atmosphere. Just one real ale was on offer - Adnams Ghostship, which tasted OK but was surprisingly fizzy. The bar staff were polite enough. Not really a pub, but better than a Harvester.
Number11 - 5 Oct 2014 20:44
Food orientated establishment but beer of a reasonable quality. Had a couple of decent pints of Tribute here along with an Xmas meal. Generally good but some seating areas can be a little draughty if you are near the old mill equipment. Some areas have low ceilings.
manx_888 - 23 Dec 2013 10:10
Not really a drinking pub, it's a family restaurant but I'd definitely recommend it on that score. Interesting mill conversion, kids play area, pond. The burgers are absolutely fantastic. Only had Black Sheep on when I went in but was in good nick. Good place to take the kids. Located right next to the M25 but still manages to have a tranquil air about it.
dyyony - 5 May 2013 23:57

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