Indulge @ Millers 46

Next time you’re in the Queen’s Road/Miller’s Road area and feel like a steak, try Millers 46. The atmosphere is relaxed and the wild west cowboy theme is reflected in the attire of the waiters and the menu too! Besides a variety of steaks, they also have burgers, pastas, grilled fish, and sandwiches. And the desserts are pretty good too, from whatever we had ordered.


The Millers Mixed Starter platter which has chicken wings, mushroom caps, chicken lollipops and french fries are a nice way to start off. And if you’re feeling extremely indulgent, try the Cheese Fries. They’re sprinkled with chilli flakes and topped with melted cheese – actually it’s a whole meal in itself!


For the main meal, we tried a variety of steaks, sandwiches and burgers. You can try the Millers Hamburger or the 46ers Half Pounder as it’s called. Their Chicken Club Sandwich is also quite filling. In steaks, there’s a huge variety to choose from with your choice of meat.


I tried a pasta and wasn’t too happy with it – there was something not quite right about it. But I think I’ve been spoilt by good pasta cooked by by very own sister, who happens to be a chef. The tomato flavour was too overwhelming.

There are also a few seafood pastas if you prefer fish though I’ve never tried them as yet.


For the dessert, we had Tiramisu, mango cheesecake and another chocolate dish I can’t remember. The mango cheesecake was delicious and you can also try the blueberry version, which is equally yummy. If you have a sweet tooth, you’ll probably not be able to stop at one!


They also serve a wide variety of drinks and cocktails to go with your meal.

#46, Millers Road
Bangalore – 52

There are useful instructions on their website as to where you can park.

2 Comments so far

  1. Ambar (unregistered) on July 26th, 2007 @ 6:44 pm

    I beg of you, no more posts like this, especially with pictures. It’s bad enough that I have to wait ~15 minutes when I go to Millers for a table. With posts like this popularising the place, I might have to wait for ~45 minutes. :|

  2. anita (unregistered) on July 27th, 2007 @ 10:35 am

    @ ambar: that is the state of most popular eateries and restaurants today in the city. unfortunately, with a burgeoning population and a large section of crowds eating out, it’s bound to happen.

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