Looking for somewhere to go for a pre or post-theatre meal? Housed in part of the Lyceum Theatre, you can take your time to enjoy your meal knowing that your seats for The Lion King are only a few minutes away. No need to rush here.
Serving up traditional British classics with some exciting fusion dishes to keep things interesting you’ll never get bored of visiting Bill’s. Take it back to the 1960s and order the prawn cocktail to start. For mains you’ll find all the usually suspects, see: burgers, macaroni cheese and prawn risotto. Among the classics you’ll find mojo marinated chicken skewers – with tzatziki, rice and grilled flatbread, pan fried sea bass with avocado, caper salsa and a herb rosti and oak smoked spiced ribs with sesame dressed coleslaw.
This all day menu means, whether you have a show to catch in the afternoon or evening Bill’s will sort out your hunger pangs. If you decide to pay it a visit at lunch time and are feeling a little nostalgic, the fish finger sandwich will take you back to when you were a kid (it’s also good if you are eating with the kids, although the children’s menu is great too). Its selection of salads are also super exciting (yes, really). Go for the glow bowl and get all your superfoods in one hit. Or try the beetroot, lentil and blackberry salad if you want something a little sweeter.
If you don’t quite have time to squeeze in a full meal before your show, the bar is fully stocked and ready to be taken full advantage of. Opt for the hedgerow fizz with elderflower cordial, prosecco and frozen blackberry, or try the Pimm’s spritz, a fancy take on your classic Pimm’s.
Whether you are visiting for dinner and show or just want a glamourous pre-theatre dinner on a Netflix budget. Bill’s ticks all the boxes for any meal you may fancy and everything in between.