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The Mill Restaurant

Serving timeless Irish classics by Sean Smith
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The Mill Restaurant

From Town to Country

Classic Irish cuisine from chef Sean Smith in the Kildare countryside.

Sean’s mouth-watering new menu is as always sourced locally with some ingredients even grown on the very grounds of the Cliff at Lyons Estate. Food lovers will enjoy classics such as Roast Rib of Beef, Cherry Valley Duck Breast and Oven Baked Baby Turbot with sides of seasonal vegetables, mini Seafood platters and of course for something a bit sweet, Whiskey & Orange Ice Cream or Chocolate Fondant with Salted Caramel Ice Cream.

The Mill restaurant is the heart of Cliff at Lyons, with huge double-height ceilings, warm open fire and windows that open up to a terrace beside the mill race and waterfall. Here, you will find a relaxed style of dining where it is easy to enjoy a lunch or dinner with friends or family. The illuminated waterfall provides a unique back drop to this airy and spacious room. 

The Mill is open for both lunch and dinner. Lunch is served Thursday to Saturday from 12:30pm until 2:30pm and dinner is served Wednesday to Saturday from 6:00pm-8:30pm.

On Sundays, lunch is served 12:30pm to 3.30pm with dinner served from 6:00pm-9:00pm

During the week, our kitchen closes at 3pm for lunch and at 9pm for dinner. On Sundays the kitchen closes for dinner at 9:30pm.

The Mill Sample À La Carte Menu

The Mill Sample Midweek Lunch Menu

The Mill Sample Sunday Lunch Menu

Discover our NEW outdoor dining space – The Mill Terrace

*Please note that non-resident guests must produce a covid vaccination certificate and photo ID, as per government guidelines.

Reservations are essential

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