Restaurant transformed

Bills

1st November 2019

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Bills

ONE of Rushden Lakes' most popular restaurants has released its new menu following a grand re-opening with a luxurious new look.

Bills Restaurant and Bar has undergone a complete transformation with modern decor, luxurious velvet seating and decadent chandeliers, offering a calm oasis overlooking the boating lake.

Shoppers will be able to take a break and enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner and everything in between.

Bill Collison, Founder of Bill's, said: "?Good quality food in a welcoming environment has always been at the core of Bill's. We have loved being in our current spot in Rushden Lakes for the past two years and we felt the time was right for a fresh new look for the restaurant.

"We are proud to create restaurants that are full of vibrant colour and vintage trinkets, many of which I have handpicked myself. I believe that the new look transcends all dining times, which will only enhance our diners' experience and showcase our vibrant food and drinks."

Although the restaurant interiors have had a revamp, the food is still at the very core of every Bill's restaurant, with the team recently enhancing their evening menus. The menu has always had a strong emphasis on vegetarian food and fresh produce, reflecting Bill Collison's days as a greengrocer and the basis of his first restaurant in Lewes.

The chefs are constantly making changes to the menu and the new autumn menu includes a delicious jackfruit salad bowl with spicy smoked chilli sauce with mixed grains and rice, edamame beans, red cabbage, toasted cashew nuts, lettuce with a mint and lime yoghurt. Alternatively, there's a roasted butternut squash and feta risotto with baby spinach and courgette, topped with shredded fennel salad and toasted pumpkin seeds. Guests are encouraged to leave room for their autumnal spiced pear and raspberry Eton Mess. A range of cocktails has also been added to the menu, including a Sparkling Blackberry Negroni and Hazelnut and Coffee Old Fashioned.

For information call 01933 356748 or visit the website www.bills-website.co.uk

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