Located a stone's throw from London Bridge station, Melior St. Is a small cosy venue with just 45 covers enabling our executive chef Matt Reuther to flex his culinary muscles. With a lunchtime take away/pre-order menu alongside daily changing specials. We will use the best suppliers to create a fusion of tastes and interesting dishes. With just two draft beers provided by ‘Lost Rivers Brewery' named after the historical rivers that run under lost London, a further selection of craft ales and a great selection of new world wines including bio-dynamic examples.


I had the most incredibly special 50th birthday party at the Melior Street Café and can’t recommend it highly enough. Every detail was considered, the food was fantastic and the venue was really perfect for our group of 70 people. The drinks flowed freely and the team really considered our special requirements (such as baking us gluten-free cupcakes) and delivered in every aspect. The location was perfect – a stone’s throw from London Bridge tube.
— Gabrielle

Lost Rivers Mosaic Paintings by Nick Rands, 2018


1400 Emaux de Briare mosaic tiles, 2.5 x 2.5 cm, hand painted with Porcelaine 150 paint and gold leaf. Systems of marking, concealing and revealing. Thinking of Lisbon, Lee Ufan, remembering Athos Bulcão, Maria Lucia Cattani. Start with a square. A square with four sides, four edges. A square with four corners. One side is marked with colour. The side is chosen at random. Sometimes a square of gold sits in a corner. The corner is chosen at random. The exercise is repeated four times, with varying random numbers from one to four. 100 small squares form one large square. On the large square, traces of London’s Lost Rivers. Colours are covered by brush, revealed with finger marks 100 squares repeated 14 times, sometimes marking edges with colour, sometimes traced lines and finger marks. Each set of 100 squares is arranged at random in a row of 2 x 50.

Nick Rands is a British Artist based in Brazil and France. Previous works in Bermondsey include Neckinger River Levels at Bermondsey Yard Café (2015) and …and still counting… at Studio 74, Bermondsey Street (2005).