Bill's rolls out new restaurant concept

Bill's Restaurants is rolling out three new concept sites to test drive an evolved experience and menu. The sites, located at St Martin's Courtyard in Covent Garden, Westfield and St. Albans, have been refurbished and their menus reimagined to further strengthen the eclectic British style created by the restaurant's founder, Bill Collison.

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The restaurants will offer menus adapted to local customers and feature many dishes not currently available across the Bill's estate. The interiors feature an eclectic mix of furniture items, accessories, lighting and furnishing fabrics in bright, bold colours. 

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In the evenings, all three restaurants will feature seated bar areas and bar menus. 

St. Albans was the first site to re-open at the end of January and will be followed by St Martin's Courtyard and Westfield early this month. 

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