Bridgetown Mill House Restaurant & Inn

★★★☆☆
  • 760 Newtown-Langhorne Rd

    Langhorne, PA 19047

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  • 215-752-8996

About Bridgetown Mill House Restaurant & Inn

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Tue-Sat: 5pm-10pm

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I stopped here for lunch. For a gilled portabella burger and an iced tea, lunch lasted over an hour. When the waiter has to refill the iced tea before the entree arrives , and I get through half of the refill before food appears, that is a bad sign. There were only two other parties of two in the dining room. Hardly busy for a Friday lunch. There was some loud talking in the kitchen for a while, which reminded me of a tv show. On balance, it might be worth a second chance but I won't be rushing back. The food was decent and the portions were adequate.

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★★☆☆☆

I stopped here for lunch. For a gilled portabella burger and an iced tea, lunch lasted over an hour. When the waiter has to refill the iced tea before the entree arrives , and I get through half of the refill before food appears, that is a bad sign. There were only two other parties of two in the dining room. Hardly busy for a Friday lunch. There was some loud talking in the kitchen for a while, which reminded me of a tv show. On balance, it might be worth a second chance but I won't be rushing back. The food was decent and the portions were adequate.

Pros: Pleasant atmosphere

Cons: Kitchen excruciatingly slow on 5/21/2010 at lunch

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This restaurant is under the Miller's Ale House brand name, but they've renamed this particular location the Langhorne Ale House. It opened up in the past few months, and it's a great place to watch a game or have a couple beers with some friends.

I went here for lunch, and the first thing that stunned me was the number of plasma TVs on the walls. We asked hostess how many were in the store and she said 43, of which I was initially skeptical, but a brief look around will reveal the truth... they like sports here. There's not a bad seat in the house to catch the Phils or the Iggles.

The food was pretty standard fare, and very reasonably priced. I had their signature Zingers for an appetizer -- boneless Buffalo wings. The medium sauce had a nice kick to it - exactly what I would call "medium," though some tamer tongues may find it too spicy. Then I had the ribs for the main course. The meat was very tender, and the BBQ sauce was fine

3
★★★☆☆

This restaurant is under the Miller's Ale House brand name, but they've renamed this particular location the Langhorne Ale House. It opened up in the past few months, and it's a great place to watch a game or have a couple beers with some friends.

I went here for lunch, and the first thing that stunned me was the number of plasma TVs on the walls. We asked hostess how many were in the store and she said 43, of which I was initially skeptical, but a brief look around will reveal the truth... they like sports here. There's not a bad seat in the house to catch the Phils or the Iggles.

The food was pretty standard fare, and very reasonably priced. I had their signature Zingers for an appetizer -- boneless Buffalo wings. The medium sauce had a nice kick to it - exactly what I would call "medium," though some tamer tongues may find it too spicy. Then I had the ribs for the main course. The meat was very tender, and the BBQ sauce was fine

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