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Posted by Amanda H. on 02/06/2013
We have been to the Spring Mill many times over the years and it has always been on of our favorites. The winter menu has a deconstructed cassoulet and skatewing that will make your taste buds do cartwheels. In my opinion, this is French comfort food at it's finest. You can tell that the ingredients are fresh and that the chef takes pride in his/her work. The service and atmosphere are right on par with the food. I recommend you grab a bottle of wine and get over there.
Posted by Jake66 on 01/06/2012
After some time out of the area, I have became somewhat of a regular at the Spring Mill Cafe during the last few years (well, several times a year anyway). I endeavor to try something different each time I dine (their fish specials are wonderful!), and I can honestly say that I've never been disappointed. The friends and colleagues I've referred have also raved about the food and friendly service. Each time I return, I leave incredibly satisfied. It also has a wonderful, country atmosphere, yet is so close to the City. Considering the place has been there so long, it's amazing to think that it's still soooo good!
Posted by Mike on 06/19/2011
My wife and I just got back from what we'd hoped would be a happy Father's Day brunch. We were seated nicely inside, where the food we were served was indeed superb. However, the floor air conditioning blew on us continuously. The server told us, "There's nothing to do. You get either too cold or too hot." When I spoke with the manager afterward about the cold air, he said, "That's what you get with an 1836 house." On the way home, my wife realized they had not given her her take-home leftovers (crab cake benedict). If we had forgotten them on our table, it would have been our fault. They simply left them in the kitchen - they never gave them to us. So, folks, if you don't mind paying about $100 (for 2) for excellent food that's accompanied by poor service, then feel free to go here. Otherwise, I recommend you frequent other restaurants where they truly appreciate your business.
Posted by devx on 03/05/2010
I've eaten there many times, and i must say, this place is magnifique! It's in Conshohocken and right next to Philly, but it's so tucked away, you feel like you're miles and miles away from the city. I love the dinner menu, and I just recently tried they're lunch. The lunch is just as pleasant an experience as dinner. I had the country pate and the steak sandwich. They were delicious :) The portions are just perfect for lunch and so is the price for the quality food. Service was great! I highly recommend the Spring Mill Cafe for a romantic evening or for a lunch that feels like a getaway from all the hustle and bustle.
Posted by vini on 12/14/2008
What a disappointment. from the rubbery escargot to the bland Lamb Stew to the thin, dry and small veal chop that was swimming in a mushroom sauce that tasted like it came out of a can. The mashed potatoes was hard, dry and had no flavor of gorgonzola cheese. The beans were undercooked, not eatable... The dessert course produced a good sorbet, but a dry chocolate cake and the Cappocino's were muddy... The service and ambience were fine, but for $ 120.00 for two, it represented one of the poorest quality/values restaurant experiences I have had in the last twenty years of dining. Too many things went wrong for us to consider another try...
Posted by Diner X on 01/04/2007
I love the food at Spring Mill Cafe. You could call it Country French with North African influences. The menu reflects the journeys and experiences of the owner/chef. The service is the best I have had anywhere. The atmoshphere is cozy and rustic. I recommend waiting till the renovations are complete (after Valentine's Day). BYOB!