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In my opinion - very nice restaurant with good spaghetti carbonara :)
A lot if space, great location, and nice waiter. Prices a bit high.
Another thing i wasn’t happy about was a pot with tea is too small, not enough hot water to enjoy...More
This is the second Bills that we have recently visited with a buggy. The staff were very accommodating and helpful about where we could sit which was best for them, other customers and us. The set menu is excellent value and the portions are full...More
It’s a nice place with pleasant atmosphere and quite area having nice collection of great Shopping brands Zara , boss , mango, marks and Spencer’s and etc with great cafes and restaurants
We spent around 3 hours of shopping and having small snacks and drinks...More
Have been to this Bar before and had no complaints but went there last Saturday and was amazed at the service!! Stood at the bar for 10 mins while 2 members of staff appeared to be busy doing nothing!!! When we asked for a drink...More
We have been to a few different Bill's restaurants and this by far the worst.
We sat down at 5.50pm and told food would be around 30mins.
Drinks and starters came promptly.
At 7pm we went to cancel meal as no staff had been to...More
Very disappointed ordered crab cannalloni when it arrived it had very little sauce and pasta was not cooked very well it was raw and hard, i went inside the restarant there was barely any staff there where staff sitting down on there break when i...More
Nice sitting outside and strangely enough, it was quieter outside than in. The menu is standard whichever Bill's you go to but the food quality does vary. This was not one of the best. Two of us had to return out mains as they were...More
We dropped by Cardinal Place on the way to the theatre to look at places to eat and drink.
It also has some retail shops such as Boots, Marks & Spencer, L'Occitane etc. It is all covered in a glass canopy. It is actually the...More
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