London’s hottest concepts: Bill's
Written by Redactie on Wednesday 23 October 2013
Central to the concept of Bill’s is local organic produce, authenticity, in a relaxed atmosphere.
Bill’s started ten years ago in East Sussex and has opened several restaurants in London since 2011. The colorful restaurants also function as a grocery store: the walls are covered with shelves stacked with Bill’s jams, olive oil, chips, chutneys and much more.
Bill’s likes to use reclaimed materials: the tables are decorated with candles in old jam jars and cutlery is placed in empty oat tins. Honest food is key to Bill’s menu and dishes are always prepared in the best possible way, often with an original twist. You will find French toast with walnut yoghurt and maple syrup for breakfast and shepherd’s pie with sweet potato for dinner. Large communal tables stacked with piles of news papers fill the dining room and all meals are available for takeout.
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