Restaurants, Global Wimbledon
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The new Wimbledon 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: 20 Hartfield Road
SW19 3TA
Transport: Tube: Wimbledon tube/rail
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Fiona D

Great food and wines, friendly staff, birthday and occasional freebie vouchers.

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Good place to meet for coffee or lunch, not so sure about a dinner venue. During the day you need to be prepared for the buggy brigade as it seems lots of parents like to have 30 mins downtime with youngsters in tow here. But the service and quality represents reasonable value if you don;t mind the wails.


Have been here a few times now, for either breakfast or dinner and since it opened the quality of the food seems to have gone down somewhat. I used to love their macaroni cheese but when I was there a month ago it was really dry.  The ambiance and decor still make it a relaxing and enjoyable place to be.  Hopefully the food ups it's game a bit soon!


Completely disagree with the last review. Since its opening my husband and I went a few times to Bill's and although it is nothing "special" it never disappointed. Food is always up to a good standard and it is by far the nicest place in Wimbledon (outside Wimbledon village) to meet up with friends for a quick lunch/dinner or coffee.


Gorgeous decor and super enthusiastic, friendly staff. A bit more style than substance though. Portions are adequate but verging on conservative for the price. At £3, the small dish of 6 tinned, brine-drenched olives served with a wooden chip fork were a screw-your-face-up-type regret, particularly when persuasively upsold as an appetiser and we had to wait 20 minutes for them to arrive. The fish pie that sped in 2 minutes after the olives was definitely fishy. Nice big chunks of salmon, but the sauce was watery and only served to emphasise the grainy, packet-esque cheddar mash on top. Side of broccoli was really delicious and buttery though - the sesame seeds were a tasty touch but the sliced red chilli simply lay in the bottom of the dish soaking up the butter - the flavour didn't even register. I really wanted to love this place but if you asked me if I'd go back, my reaction would be something along the lines of "meh". If you like 'cute', crouch-down-beside-you-and-call-you-mate type of service and can deal with a mediocre one-course dinner for 2 tipping the scales at £50+, then you should go. You'll like the hanging, dried chillis and it always seems to be packed - it'll be riding the wave of being a new Wimbledon destination for a little while yet.