A fabulous new Spring Menu is now available at Bill’s Mermaid Quay.
Bill’s changes its menus with the seasons as staying true to its greengrocer roots is really important. This season brings with it wild garlic, carrots, rhubarb, asparagus, purple sprouting broccoli and the list of lovely fresh vegetables goes on… and Bill’s chefs have really flexed their creative muscles, to come up with a fantastic new menu.
To start, enjoy Pea and Wild Garlic Hummus topped with courgette, radish and mixed seeds served on toasted sourdough or how about Truffalos, vegan truffled buffalo ‘wings’, with a vegan cheese dip!
At lunch you can still enjoy Bill’s popular lunch plates, such as Eggs Royale with Fries, or Smashed Avocado, Feta and Poached Eggs. However, the new menu also sees a brand-new recipe for Bill’s famous Fish Finger Sandwich, classic cod goujons, baby gem lettuce and tartare sauce on toasted sourdough with fries – hard to say no to!
In the evening (from 5pm), dine from Bill’s dinner menu and devour the new Supergreen Chicken Curry, packed with sugar snap peas, courgette and spinach, and of course a kick of chilli! Or try the new Beetroot Wellington, Bill’s popular vegan Wellington with a new twist of butternut squash and beetroot inside the wellington, served with carrot puree and seasonal greens. If you fancy something meatier Slow-Cooked Beef Rib in Cabernet Sauvignon wine and chive mash.
Finish your meal with Rhubarb, Rose and Pistachio Eton Mess or, if you are vegan and looking for something delicious, then try Salted Caramel and Chocolate Tart, served with coconut ice cream.
Finally, if you needed any more reasons to book a table, then have a look at Bill’s new drinks… starting with the Pineapple Express, made with rum, Campari, pineapple and clove infusion, habanero and vegan foam! Or sticking with what is in season classic vodka Collins but with Rhubarb and Rose. If you are looking for non-alcoholic, Bill’s proud to bring you a range of CBD oil infused drinks including two lattes and two sparkling drinks.
More details here: https://bills-website.co.uk/blog/new-menu