The Miller

The Miller

This pub was editorially chosen for inclusion by Londonist.

If you thought that the biggest shock in the London Bridge area was finding out how much it costs to visit the View From the Shard, then here's a bigger one. The Miller looks utterly average, sub-average even, from the outside — like an estate pub aimed at locals only. Nothing could be further from the truth.

This place has many attractions, be it the excellent range of unusual ales, a superb range of ciders and perry, the prominent pool table, the upstairs music and comedy venue, the terrace ping-pong, the excellent pizzas, the boozy slush puppies, the DJ nights or the compact beer garden. Any one of these would be sufficient to imbue the adjective 'decent', but all together they add up to a thoroughly excellent pub. The current food offering from burger kings Bunsmiths add yet more tastiness.

It can get quite rowdy of an evening, especially when the students at nearby Guy's decide to let their hair down, but that can be attractive too. It's Miller time!

On Facebook. On Twitter as @themillerpub

Last updated July 2015.

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So that's what Tony Blair's doing these days.
So that's what Tony Blair's doing these days.
Mona Trotsky.
Mona Trotsky.
OK, it's not a pretty beer garden, but at least it has one.
OK, it's not a pretty beer garden, but at least it has one.
An excellent place for real ale lovers. Scrawl behind the bar tells you the average distance the beers have travelled - today, it's 5.4 miles. This may be something of a fib - three of the beers shown here are from way outside London. Still nice, though.
An excellent place for real ale lovers. Scrawl behind the bar tells you the average distance the beers have travelled - today, it's 5.4 miles. This may be something of a fib - three of the beers shown here are from way outside London. Still nice, though.
Now this, ladies and gentleman, is a piece of furniture always guaranteed to raise a pub from the merely good to the genuinely great.
Now this, ladies and gentleman, is a piece of furniture always guaranteed to raise a pub from the merely good to the genuinely great.
Terrace table tennis. Try saying that after three alcoholic slush puppies.
Terrace table tennis. Try saying that after three alcoholic slush puppies.
It ain't pretty, but it sure is commodious.
It ain't pretty, but it sure is commodious.
The furnishings are somewhat random.
The furnishings are somewhat random.
Slush puppies...made with Pimms and other child-corrupting drinks.
Slush puppies...made with Pimms and other child-corrupting drinks.
You know how there's this fad for filling pubs with random, non-matching chairs acquired at some kind of car-boot sale or something? Well this place is the Olympic champion at doing that.
You know how there's this fad for filling pubs with random, non-matching chairs acquired at some kind of car-boot sale or something? Well this place is the Olympic champion at doing that.

Address: 96 Snowsfields London SE1 3SS

Phone: 020 7407 2690

Email:
mail@themiller.co.uk

Website:
http://www.themiller.co.uk/

Monday: noon-11pm

Tuesday: noon-11pm

Wednesday: noon-11pm

Thursday: noon-midnight

Friday: noon-1am

Saturday: 6pm-1am

Sunday: CLOSED

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