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The Mill on the Floss
This cosy yet refined French restaurant 15 minutes down Route 7 has been around for 30 years. It used to be the only game in town when it came to fine dining, but its star shines less brightly now with so many more options close to Williamstown. That said, it remains a favorite for special occasions, such as graduation. Unlike its newer rivals, the Mill on the Floss knows what it does best - French country cooking - and has a well-trained staff and a consistently good menu. Good wine, too.
Agree. I especially recommend the tournadeu with bearnaise sauce and the prosciutto with melon.
Disagree. I've only been there once, but I would never go again. They charred my steak--which I requested rare--twice; the third time they brought it out I thought it wasn't worthwhile to complain again. Everything else was pretty bad too, and decidedly bland. If you want mediocre, overpriced food, Mezze is a better bet: it's both less expensive and tastier.