With a table booked at Bills, I was pretty excited to be eating dinner at the restaurant as I had previously been there before for breakfast and lunch. With a cool presence and a few outlets around central London, I couldn’t wait to view their dinner menu and fill my aching belly.
After drinks at Cahoots that same night, we stretched our legs and headed over to St Martin’s Courtyard, Covent Garden. I have always been a huge fan of this part of London and it felt romantic and blissful to be walking around it with Gary.
As soon as we arrived at the restaurant, the staff were warm, lovely and really accommodating to us both. We were both pretty hungry by the time we got there so it was nice to have our table ready and to be taken to it instantly.
The decor in Bills’ is a real mix of Chic vintage styles & looks like Factory warehouse. With real ingredients dotted around the place and fancy candle sticks and stunning lights, the mesh of props and pieces may seem odd but they work together effortlessly well.
With a cool setting comes a cool menu and with somewhere as diverse as London, there is plenty of choices on the menu for different tastes.
Lucky for us the food didn’t take too long to arrive once we ordered and we were soon tucking into our scrumptious dinners and sampling the atmosphere. The steak I ordered was cooked perfectly with a flesh of rare beef in the middle and Gary loved his duck leg and rather unusual pea salad.
To accompany our dinner, wine and milk shake(for me) were devoured regularly and tasted beautifully with our classic dishes and delicious desserts.
If you want a restaurant that is easy, relaxed and serves great food, Bills is the perfect place to visit. The branch we visited had the ideal setting for a romantic evening and it’s location means it’s perfect for those central London shoppers and any theatre or movie goers.
I really enjoyed my time at Bills and with a nice environment and friendly staff, I’m sure you will too!