Most of the meat selections at Spring Mill cafe are grass-fed and sourced from local farms. The chicken and turkey are pasture-raised organically while the produce is organically grown and local when in season. Aside from the bread which is local and not organic, just about everything is made in-house, including the desserts. The trout is farmed, and the Verlasso Salmon is sustainably farmed and not fed GMOs.
Spring Mill Cafe serves home-cooked meals with a French flair. The menu changes nightly and is based on which fresh ingredients are available. Often the menu is limited to approximately 6 entrees, a few sides, and a house dessert or two. The entrees usually revolve around proteins such as beef, pork, chicken, fish, and duck.
What I Ordered
I ordered the locally sourced Grass-fed Short Rib. The hefty portion of Short Rib arrived with gently cooked carrots and potato cubes, dressed in a flavorful light gravy. The meat was fall-off-the-bone tender with hardly any visible fat and overall a thoroughly enjoyable and comforting dish. My temptations got the best of me and I ordered the Chocolate Mousse for dessert…Oh My! Super creamy with a strong chocolate flavor, the mousse was outstanding and left me salivating for more.
The country charm is off the charts at Spring Mill Cafe. Occupying an old brick house with worn white painted bricks, original wood floors, and tons of character, Spring Mill Cafe provides a lovely step back in time. Table seating is provided indoors as well as outside on the front porch.
Spring Mill Cafe is an excellent spot for a charming lunch, dinner, or Sunday brunch. Fresh local ingredients are transformed into French-inspired savory comfort foods, and you must indulge in a dessert or two before you leave.