Yet another take on Mill Creek

Well, it appears that food critic/radio show host Allen Borgen and Dine 909 have something in common…our love for Mill Creek Cattle Company in Redlands.

Allen’s review hits the pages of the Sun and the Daily Bulletin today, and he gives it an astounding 4 stars out of 5.

Wow! I think he liked it even more than we did.

I’ve been back to Mill Creek several times since I did my initial review, and have had a great experience each time.

I’ve tried a couple of their sandwiches, one of their breakfast burritos and, out of curiosity, their chili cheese fries.

All good. All filling.

I really appreciate restaurants that serve breakfast all day, and Mill Creek is one of those.

If you like BBQ, do yourself a favor and check them out if you haven’t already done so.

If you, like me, are not a huge BBQ fan, don’t despair, they have plenty of other treats there as well.

Click here to read Allan’s review.

Not to be forgotten, also appearing in today’s Sun and Bulletin is Elaine Lehman’s review of Rancho Cucamonga’s Stuft Pizza Cafe.

Elaine tried an 8-inch sub filled with cheese, veggies and Italian meats, along with a salad and a soda, all for only $6.25. Sounds like a really good deal and a great alternative to Subway/Togo’s/Quiznos.

You can read Elaine’s review here.

One thought on “Yet another take on Mill Creek

  1. Oh No!…Stop!! Hold the presses please. We cant let another truly great place to eat and enjoy ourselves become known. This is our well kept secretuntil now! OK, to share is to be nice and that is exactly what the staff at this unusual restaurant are, or should I say accommodating in a big way. Great food, priced right, and outstanding service. They also have a smaller facility with the same great food in Redlands across (east) from the Pharaohs Water Park on California St near the I-10 Freeway but this location has a drive-thru for those in a hurry. We eat at both places often so see you there!!

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