Review | Bill's Restaurant and Bar

Disclosure - We were invited along to Bill's to try out their menu. All thoughts, opinions and photographs are our own

Every weekend we like to try and get together and have a family meal out. This weekend we were invited to Bill's Restaurant and Bar at the Trafford Centre. Although we have seen Bill's a few times we have never tried it so it was a lovely treat for us all.

We decided to go for dinner but there are other menus to choose from including Breakfast, Lunch, Teatime and also a Dinner Set Menu which is £17.50 for 2 courses and £20.50 for 3 courses, Sunday-Thursday from 5pm. There is a separate Children's menu offering Breakfast and Lunch/Dinner options.

If you have dined out at the Trafford Centre before you will know them most of the restaurants are in the Great Hall, Bill's is upstairs and has just recently had a refurb. The interior is really eye-catching with lots of bright colours and lighting. Whilst waiting for our meals we all enjoyed a great game of I Spy as there are so many furnishings and accessories dotted around. At the Trafford Centre Bill's there is an option to eat outside the restaurant or inside, our table was inside and it was quite spacious and fitted the four of us round it, no problem.

We had already had a little sneaky peek at the menus online so knew what to we were going to order once we got there,  however we all changed our minds once we were inside.

To start we all chose Fried Halloumi Sticks. The Halloumi Sticks arrived on a bed of lettuce and what looked like chopped chilies, It also came with Bill's Chutney.  A portion of Halloumi was 6 sticks. They were nice and light and made a perfect started.

For our mains John chose Steak and Eggs. Chargrilled minute steak with 2 fried eggs on a bed of fries.

Big J had Bill's Classic Burger. The Burger is topped with lettuce, tomato, red onion and spiced mayo served in a sesame seed bun and arrived with a pot of rosemary salted fries on the side

I had the Pan fried Chicken with Wild Mushrooms. The pan fried chicken arrived with broccoli stems on top and a drizzle of mushroom sauce and creamy herbed mash. There was also a small jug of extra mushroom sauce if I wanted to top it up.

Little J chose a little Bill's Breakfast which includes sausage, bacon, egg, baked beans and toast. Little J chose scrambled egg.

When ordering both the burger and the steak we were asked if we would prefer medium or well done. We were also offered the choice of extras on the burger such as cheese, bacon, smashed avocado and with the steak we were offered a range of sauces. These cost extra.

If you want to choose a meal off the children’s menu you also get a dessert included however as little J went for the little Bills breakfast a dessert was not included in the price.

We were all impressed with Bills, not only was the food delicious but also the atmosphere inside the restaurant was nice and chilled and the staff were very helpful and friendly. The waitress asked us numerous times if our food was okay or whether we needed anything. Also just as we sat down and was handed our menus we were asked if we had any allergies. This is something we have never come across before and it was nice of them to ask. We have someone in our extended family who is coeliac and always has to ask for the gluten free menu so it was nice for them to check first before handing us the menus.

We would definitely pay Bill's another visit in the near future while shopping at the Trafford Centre or more locally Liverpool.

To find out more information or menus available you can head to Bill's

Michelle

11 comments

  1. I haven't been to our local Bills restaurant in ages, seeing the meals you selected makes me want to head back soon

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  2. Sounds like a lovely place to eat - the food looks delicious! We have a Bills local to us but I am yet to visit.

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  3. Bill's looks like such a wonderful place! Super inviting with great food. The kind of place you'd want to eat a long lunch with your hubby (over big juicy burgers, of course!) Yum! xx

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  4. All foods look tempting . I bet they tasted yumm. No wonder you want to go again 😀.

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  5. I have never been to a Bills before, I am not sure if there's one near us! I'd love to try it though, the food looks nice ad comforting!

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  6. I am a huge fan of Bill's and go to our local one quite often, although I've never had the chicken and mushroom sauce but it sounds fab x

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  7. This place looks lovely! We don't have this restaurant chain here in N.Ireland - but it looks amazing!

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  8. The Fried Halloumi Sticks look so delicious! I think this is a really good place to chill and dine.

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  9. We have not been to bills for about 6 months. Looks like you had a wonderful time though.

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  10. Never been to Bill’s, must get round to giving it a go one day!

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