Welcome to Miller's
We take great pride in serving the freshest, highest-quality food possible. Every day we start out fresh, making every one of our soups, salad dressings and gravys from scratch. We donít cut corners and we donít settle when it comes to authentic ingredients, like our homemade creamy mashed potatoes, or our famous peanut butter pie! At Miller's , it's all about quality ó and all about the food.
In the beginning..
In 1981, Ervin and Erma Miller left Amish country in Holmes County, Ohio for a new life on Florida's Gulf Coast. Ervin knew old-style farming and Erma knew the home--which centered around the family kitchen. They both understood the meaning of hard work and didn't hesitate to buy an old restaurant in Bradenton. Miller's Dutch Kitch'n was born, and business grew quickly. The six Miller children-young adults at the time-followed shortly to help run the family business.
When Ervin died in 1982, Erma and the children continued the dream. Ervin would be proud of today's successes at Miller's Dutch Kitch'n.
These days, five of the six grown children continue to run the restaurant. Erma "retired" but can't stay out of the kitchen. Most days you'll find her there, looking over the homemade pies and creamy mashed potatoes.
It's always been a family affair. When holidays come around, the Millers bake thousands of pies. In-laws and any grandchild old enough to stir wash their hands and roll up their sleeves to help out.
One family tradition that never goes out of style is the old Amish way of cooking. The Millers use only top grade meats and the highest quality ingredients to get that home-cooked, down-on-the-farm taste. As the Miller family likes to say, it's "Just downright good eat'n!"