The Miller, Street food in London Bridge

The team behind The Sebright Arms in east London has turned its attention to a new venue. It has just re-launched The Miller in London Bridge and following on from the success of the Sebright which arrived in 2011, The Miller aims to bring this formula southside to Bermondsey.

The newly kitted out venue promises to champion provenance and quality with a menu developed by Street Kitchen. The Kitchen has created a bespoke range of hot dogs using rare breed free range meats sourced directly from UK farms and supplied by The Butchery Ltd local to Bermondsey. Traceability of ingredients is key to the Street Kitchen ethos.

The hot dogs will be served in buns developed by east end baker, Rinkoff Bakeries. Featuring alongside will be a selection of seasonal salads, slaws and Street Kitchen’s signature smoky wings and triple cooked rosemary fries. The drinks menu will showcase a range of real farmhouse ciders and craft beers.

The Miller will additionally support emerging talent with a programme of live events – it’s equipped with a brand new PA system and a music studio in the basement! The launch last Friday saw Glasgow four-piece band, Holy Esque take to the stage and Drowned in Sound DJs on the bill as well.

Punters can also expect onsite art exhibitions and the first to showcase The Miller as a display space will be a show by east London artist, Pure Evil.