The Milton Hotel is an historic hotel on the main street of Milton. It underwent renovations a year ago. These new renovations are stunning! We love the pastel decor, wooden furniture, floral artistry and couches in the front room.
The pub has a few different spaces including a classic public bar with their own beers on tap, which they brew on site called “Dangerous Ales”.
The beers are quality and they have a few varieties; XPA, wet hop IPA, session ale, new lager and more.
Through the public bar there’s a cool lounge space and a dining room.
Here, there’s plenty of room to dine indoors or on the balcony.
There’s also an outdoor beer garden which is family and dog friendly.
For meals, they have a seasonal menu with quality selections, operating for dinner from Wednesday – Saturday as well as Friday, Saturday & Sunday lunch.
One of the coolest plates is the their sardines, served in a cab with some sourdough! A popular dish amounts diners too it seems.
We shared the BBQ charred eggplant sitting on a generous smear of labneh and chimichurri.
Their dinner rolls are worth ordering as a side, fresh and warm sourdough rolls, served with a capsicum sauce, so tasty.
We also shared the Rangers Valley WX rump with pine mushrooms and nori butter. The steak was beautifully cooked, tender and nicely flavoured.
We love that the menu is interesting with a good range of options, and plenty chargrilled for lovely flavour. They also offer desserts and a kids menu.
We could do with a pub like this in Botany. There’s an empty hotel for sale 😜
74 Princes Highway
Milton NSW 2538