I was in Millers for a meal last Tuesday, and I must say I had a great time there. I ordered the prawn satay and it was very tasty. The staff were very nice n friendly and I will be going back there soon!!
Absolutely fantastic pizzas!! It’s a great place for lunch, particularly on a Friday if you can knock off early and enjoy a few glasses of wine. One thing I've never tried here is the desserts, mainly because the main courses are so big!
I have been here a few times, but most recently went to Millers for my birthday with 8 friends, and we all thought it was excellent. The service was brilliant, with the waiter’s patient, friendly and really helpful. The food is outstanding, and very reasonably priced. The restaurant itself is very small, so booking is advisable and prepare to be sitting close to other diners, but the food makes up for all that!
Wow is the only appropriate word! Amazing food, had calzone pizza, and the presentation is just fantastic! Had a taste of yummy satay chicken pizza also - delicious! Great value and great atmosphere.
Have been several times, most recently last week. Food was great - pasta ok but pizza top class. Service & atmosphere was top notch. Well worth a visit!
My favourite restaurant in Dublin! The food is amazing; as is the atmosphere. I have been going to Millers for over 12 years now and watched and experienced their changes in menu. It definitely has my vote! Cannot wait to get back! Aiden and J the chef's are a wonder!
"Gourmets" is the word, the pizza are excellent- No other place in Dublin can match this- You also have to try the crostinis- very different- The Place is a bit small but they also do takeaway :-)- Definitely the best Pizza in town (if we can call them such)
There are not many restaurant telephone numbers saved on my mobile. Byrnes in Ennistymon, Black Oak in Lahinch, Chez Hans in Cashel, the Belfry in Castlepollard have all made it, so has Millers. I would not be a huge pizza fan, particularly take-out, but the gourmet pizzas served at Millers are individual works-of-art, and delicious ones at that. And the soup, fantastic. Certainly, it is a bit "compact & bijou" as Stephen Fry would say, but the food makes up for this ten-fold. One gripe I do have, however, is that on more than one occasion my girlfriend and I would be led to a free table right at the very back, close to the toilets, even if there were tables free in the larger front area. I always assumed that there was a certain snobbery about this (I would not class myself as a B.P., although my partner(s) would fit in at the finest establishments). Perhaps it is just bad luck, or perhaps she thought we wanted privacy. The jury is out on that one. Another black mark against it is the time that I fell through a chair on my first date with a girl many years ago. I wouldn't be particularly heavy, by any means. It is not a pleasurable experience. Regardless, I am always amply sated and rarely make it to dessert when eating here.
Love this place. Such a novel idea to serve well known dishes in the form of a pizza. All the food is so fresh and tasty, beautifully presented and great value for money. At times it can seem a little squashed in here but overall the atmosphere and service compensate.