Restaurants, Global Kensington
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The new Soho branch of Bill's. If you are looking for the unconnected restaurant run by Australian chef Bill Granger, called Granger & Co, click here.


Venue name: Bill's
Address: Kensington Arcade
125 Kensington High Street
W8 5SF
Opening hours: Open 7am-11pm Mon-Fri; 8a-11pm Sat; 9am-10m30pm Sun
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I've always had a good meal at Bills and this was no different. Great food and service with a smile, perfect for a quick bite to eat and with so many options you always find something you like. I always go for the honey mustard Cumberland sausages to start which are always good. I went for the chicken skewers which were tasty and went well with the cous cous salad, great for a healthy alternative.


Bills is always a great spot to meet for breakfast and brunch. Good selection of choices and fresh ingredients make for a tasty dining experience meeting with friends. Conveniently situated right by High Street Kensington station too.

Visited weekday lunchtime, was easy to get a table for two when decided to meet up with a friend last minute. Service was personable and friendly not too intrusive. Decided on ginger beer typical Fentimans, friend had carrot, Apple and ginger juice didn't seem fresh though so a little disappointing. Ordered the fish finger sandwich that was delicious, well portioned the fish fingers seemed fresh with the right crispness of batter with plenty of tartare sauce available on the side with skin on fries. This definitely satisfied me afterwards. Friend ordered the halloumi and falafel burger that was generous in size and again difficult to finish. Their other choices have never disappointed and their desserts were also very tempting. They also have a large choice of snacks and foods that you can purchase from their stores adding to a more rural like feel that you wouldn't expect from an expanding chain like this.