The Millstream is an attractive village pub near Devizes, with widely spaced tables in a large garden on the banks of the young Hampshire Avon. Inside, the three log fireplaces make for a cosy and romantic atmosphere in which to enjoy a Wadworth real ale or Thatchers cider, and to enjoy duck leg confit with plum and ginger sauce; double-baked cheese soufflé; pork medallions with green peppercorn sauce; oven-roasted venison steak with wild mushrooms and Madeira sauce; home-made pie of the day; or butterbean and borlotti bean cassoulet with garlic bread. Fish arriving daily from St Mawes in Cornwall later appears on the specials board as, depending on the catch, baked crab pancakes with creamy crab sauce; whole baked megrim or lemon sole with lemon oil. Sunday roasts – topside of beef, loin of pork and chicken breast – are only part of the day's offering, as you could begin lunch with fried black pudding with Parma ham and toasted pecans; then wholetail Cornish scampi; or an 8oz venison burger, with salad and chips; and end with strawberry and blueberry Eton Mess. The resident English pointers, Sophie and Francesca, are always pleased to welcome other dogs in the bar.