As mentioned in Saturday's post, we went to Bills (in Guildford) for lunch on Saturday after popping into town for a few bits. Having been a few times, we were looking forward to a yummy, chilled lunch with good food in an interesting setting. If you've been to a Bill's before (I believe there are a fair few around now, we've been to the one in Brighton, and Guildford), you will be familiar with their quirky layouts - mismatched decorative pieces, chalkboards listing specials and little recipes, and numerous tasty treats on display that you can buy. It's a bloggers paradise (harhar)!
Anyway, as much as I love the concept of Bills, I have had mixed experiences. The first time we went I loved it. I even remember I had the halloumi and hummous burger, and it was delish. Since then, I've been several times on different occasions and haven't always found the quality to be as good as expected. Last Saturday was such an experience - I ordered a chicken caesar salad in an effort to be 'good', but was disappointed to see brown lettuce, only one piece of chicken and a tiny drizzle of dressing. Now although this may be good for my waistline, for a tenner I wasn't so impressed. The manager was helpful however, and gave us a pudding on the house - pecan pie mmmm.
I wish I'd gone for Rich's marinated chicken skewers!
What do you think of Bills? Worth the hype?