Inside a stunning former church, Miller & Carter Muswell Hill offers diners a breathtaking setting to enjoy sumptuous grill recipes and other British treats. Retaining the church's original features and style, this is an intimate, atmospheric spot for gourmet meals.
The Miller & Carter menu is led by hand-cut, 30-day aged steaks, all carefully sourced from sustainable British & Irish farms, and expertly cooked. Favourite cuts span from a deliciously tender grass-fed Ribeye, aged for 50 days for a rich, buttery flavour, to a luxurious sharing chateaubriand. Other Miller & Carter signature dishes include smoky barbecue ribs with seasoned fries & dressed slaw, and a pork fillet wrapped in bacon with apple 3 ways served with dauphinoise potato, green beans and roasted Mediterranean-style vegetables.
To finish, sweet indulgences include chocolate hazelnut bomb, an indulgent, rich chocolate ganache encased in toasted hazelnuts and chocolate nibs, served with pecan praline ice cream and zesty orange curd. The Miller & Carter cellar is brimming with drinks designed to complement the menu, including chilled draught and bottled beers, crafted cocktails and an impressive wine list of rich reds and sparkling wines.
A stunning restaurant in London that is filled with history, Miller & Carter Muswell Hill is moments from a popular cinema, and a 5 minutes' drive from East Finchley Rail Station.
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13 March 2020
This is the second time we’ve been here, and the second time we’ve left a little nonplussed. Sadly, I don’t think there will be a third time. The food is fine, the wine is fine and the staff are pleasant and attentive. It’s just that the whole place feels a bit down at heel - one of the newel posts was missing; there was gaffer tape joining a section of the carpet; the carpet was dirty; none of the candles on the tables had been lit and the table we sat at hadn’t been cleaned properly - there were chunks of batter on it and given that the place was three-quarters empty a) that shouldn’t be the case and b) why was almost everybody seated in the atmosphere-free upstairs area? It just doesn’t feel like a place I’d be happy to spend £30 on a steak. Yet the food is fairly high quality. It’s just not a great dining experience for the money charged.
24 January 2020
Great steak, perfectly cooked and good service. Altogether a very nice family dinner
14 January 2020
It's a nice restaurant in an ex church, pretty much a casual environment (there is no table cloth on tables). The food was nice, I ordered a sirloin with fries. Good meat, cooked perfectly. Also, the meat came with vegetables, which I appreciated. However, the fries were frozen - big disappointment. Fried calamari were quite nice, crunchy outside and very soft inside. The best restaurant feature is probably the building itself.
24 November 2019
Service was excellent. The food was good but nothing memorable.
10 February 2019
Lovely restaurant. Staff were lovely & friendly. Food was great cooked to perfection. Very happy with our meals.
2 November 2018
I we visited here on Friday the 2nd of November the restaurant was very clean well-presented the toilets were very clean and it was a nice comfortable chair and table
16 October 2018
Would absolutely recommend this restaurant great service excellent food. My first time in a restaurant of this standard definitely exceeded my expectation
8 October 2018
Lovely ambiance and good food. Well served. Alan
13 August 2018
25 March 2018
Sea bass wasxreslly salty. Scallops looked half eaten and the food took ages to arrive. No came to give me the bill until I stood up. Dirty plates were left on the table. I was really disappointed with my visit last sunday; I had been raving about M&C to my friend and she was not impressed.