A quick walk over the bridge from the Bridgeton on the Delaware Bed & Breakfast. Great burgers and fish/chips.
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The Fish & chips was just right and the house made tartar sauce was great. The adult mac & cheese was creamy with a cheddar tang and such a large portion that we needed to get a togo container. The bartender gave a great pour on our well drinks too. We are no beer drinkers, but we heard nice comments... More
This place is worth a trip down to the small town of Milford on the banks of the mighty Delaware River. The atmosphere is classic brew pub from the entry room to the bar to tin ceiling to the bright side dining area. The food is good, not great, but where have you seen Scottish Eggs on the menu recently.... More
Tiny Milford, NJ has The Ships Inn. If on PA Rt 611 / Rt 32, cross the bridge (pull in your mirrors if possible, I mean tiny bridge) to NJ (free) and visit this place. British theme Pub with great food. Bar and seating area. We had Mac & cheese. Bacon on mine, ham in hers. But not spread on... More
My husband and I enjoyed the Ship Inn. Our dinner was good, maybe not great, but good. The shepherd's pie was yummy, I thought it could have been a larger portion though. My husband ordered chicken curry and that was yummy with chutneys and bread for dipping. I was done way before him because my portion was pretty small. The... More
Mixed bag. Seemed to be only two people working there -- an overtasked waitress/bartender and the cook. We were the only diners along with a couple of bar guests. Food was good -- flounder sandwhich and British sampler. Will give it a second chance, but not hopeful that it will end up being a "go-to" place.
Was told how good the food was when we were staying near by and loving British style pubs, it was a no brainier. I tried the Cornish pastry and my wife tried the beef and mushroom pie. The start, the pasties were small and the bottoms doughy. The tastes was good though. The pie was actually over spiced and the... More
Let's start with the food being awesome, tasty, and fresh. Menu has some British flair to it. The service had points on being good, and some that were disappointing. If not for this, would have gave 4 stars. When we walked in...the hostess knew we were there and continued separating silverware till she was done to sit us. Like a... More
The Ship Inn is one of those eateries which can prove satisfying or disappointing on any given day.The last few times that we've eaten there the service was questionable and our favorite dishes from the menu were not available. At times having a simple burger and a beer were not even possible. As a diner of a certain age I... More
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