The Stonemill

Rockfield , Monmouth, NP25 5SW

1 reviews

33 British Monmouthshire

SquareMeal Review of The Stonemill

This converted, 16th-century barn sits at the heart of a cluster of ivy-clad farm buildings. The interior has been beautifully styled to make the most of beams, stonework & the odd bit of farming memorabilia, without descending into rustic cliches. Locally sourced produce as you would expect is key & many of the items on the menu are homemade. Lunchtime could bring steamed mussels, an open sandwich of roasted Longhorn beef with homemade horseradish sauce, or a Welsh cheese ploughman’s. An evening meal, meanwhile, might start with hot smoked salmon with fennel coleslaw & lemon oil or roasted pigeon breast with pancetta crisps, Jerusalem artichoke puree & savoy cabbage, followed by fillets of pink bream with char-grilled Mediterranean vegetables, pistachio crumble & provençal sauce, or caramelised gnocchi with sea spinach, roasted pine kernels & four cheese sauce.

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nicola t. 11 September 2011

This has to be the worst place in Wales, over priced, salty greasy food, the service was rude and very shameful. Trust me avoid at all costs!

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