Millers (ex Dun-A-Ri Bar), King's Cross

Our rating: FAP Rating 3 - Click for an explanation of our ratings      User rating: Community Rating 5 - Click for an explanation of our ratings   (4 reviews)
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FAP Rating 3 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
The Millers is reasonable enough pub, especially considering where it is - regulars and local passing traffic from King's Cross station make up the bulk of the clientele. Friendly and efficient service even when busy. Decent beer on the taps suggests regular turnover, although there was a mix drinking when we were in last, none of whom were on the real ale. If you're looking for somewhere to meet near King's Cross, Millers is easy enough to find, although you may not settle in for a session.
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Reviews (1)
29 Feb 2012
Rating 5 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
This bar has a great atmosphere, very reasonably priced, very attentive door staff, and an excellent resident Dj that really knows how to work the crowd on a Friday night. Bar staff are friendly, well-mannered and very efficient. I spent a Friday night here on 17th February 2012, whilst visiting friends, and had such a good night, that I returned on the Saturday night. There was a different Dj, not as good, but still had a great night-out. Highly recommend this venue for a fun, safe and cheap night-out. Chloe from Derby.
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23 Oct 2011
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Top Class pub. I went in for a pint of John Smith before getting the train home. The Chelsea game was on so it was rather busy but had a very good atmosphere, The locals seemed friendly and bar staff also. A pint of the John Smith cost 2.70 with a Fosters costing 3.00, which are very good london prices. I would highly recommend it and it has Sky Sports :)
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05 Sep 2008
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The initial review is very old, and this area has been cleaned up since 2003. The pub reflects this and is fine and no worse than any other local.



Pretty friendly and clean with decent prices and choice.



King's Cross of today is 300% better than it was in 2003 - this pub reflects that improvement. Scary? Hardly.

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19 Caledonian Road, King's Cross, London, N1 9DX
020 7837 4863
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