Wednesday, 4 June 2014

Brunch at Bills Restaurant

For a friends birthday last Sunday 19 of us went to Bills Restaurant for a spot of brunch on Wellington Street near Covent Garden.  This was my second visit to a Bills in 2 weeks and yet again it didn't disappoint.

It was a beautiful day. We arrived at 10.30, it was still quiet and they set us up a nice L shaped table by the window in natural light, as requested.  They were very accommodating for our large group. I loved their quirky style with exposed pipes, oversized light shades, hanging dried chillies and bookshelves filled with Bills produce.  I particularly like that the Wi-Fi password was written on the mirrors.

Here are just some of the bits we had but take a look at the menu to see the full selection.  I will be checking out their afternoon tea on my next visit, it looks amazing.  Excellent food, well presented and reasonably priced.
Flat White - 2.55
Freshly squeezed orange juice - 2.75
Cloudy apple juice - 2.55
Home-made blueberry and buttermilk pancakes (v)  - 5.95
with banana, strawberries and maple syrup
Bill`s vegetarian breakfast (v) 7.95
poached free range eggs, tomatoes, hummus, mushrooms 
& guacamole, sweet chilli sauce, basil & toast
Eggs Royale7.95 
poached eggs served over smoked salmon, hollandaise,
pumpkin seeds and toasted sour dough

I have also been to the Bills in Windsor Royal Station where I had a strawberry and banana smoothie and the chicken and chorizo burger (sesame seed bun with red onion, tomato, lettuce, avocado, mayonnaise and skinny fries).

I would highly recommend Bills, consistently yummy food and good service.

Let me know in the comments if you have any suggestions for places to eat out in London.

Mel xoxo

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