BILL’S.

Bill’s is one of those restaurants I’ve walked passed a thousand times but have never visited. It’s always busy and I’ve heard good things but I’ve just never had a reason to go. Their new summer menu has changed that though. Tonight I got to sample a few of the new dishes they’ve got on offer and I enjoyed every single bite. It took me a while to decide what to go for because the menu is extensive. It’s perfect if you’re eating in a big group or with fussy eaters. There’s something for everyone, even my fussy family would be satisfied.

We were HUNGRY so started with cocktails & nibbles; Crispy Crumbed Halloumi, Kale Crisps, Bill’s Green Garden & Amaretto Sours. 

  

Then we had our starters; Crab, Chilli & Prawn Cakes and Crispy Lemon Squid.

  

Followed by our mains, I had the Crunchy Kale Leaf Salad with Chicken, Chickpeas, Red Cabbage, Radish, Quinoa, Red Onions, Chargrilled Vegetables, Almond & Ginger Dressing, topped with Avocado, Toasted Sesame Seeds & Flaked Almonds. Chloe had the Pan Fried Seabass with Chunky Tomato, Avocado & Caper Salsa with a Crispy Spring Onion & Parsley Potato Rösti. We shared the Tenderstem Broccoli and washed it all down with a Raspberry & Rosehip Collins.

  
 

We finished with an Espresso Martini & the Treacle Tart with Honeycomb Ice cream and Caramel Sauce. Highly recommended and delicious.


  
  

We visited the Soho branch but there are Bill’s absolutely everywhere so you’ve got no excuse not to pop in and check it our for yourselves. The restaurant is really nicely decorated and they’ve got an amazing selection of treats that you can buy to take home with you; including Marc De Champagne Truffles – which are my favourite things EVER. All in all I give Bill’s a big thumbs up, thanks for having me guys! 

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