About Bill's Glasgow
First visit to Bill's
Very impressed- great décor; non intrusive - our booking said table back in 2 hours but we were left well alone and had a lovely afternoon catching up without feeling in any way under pressure to pay our bill and go!
Food was good, staff very nice and the restaurant itself is quirky. Great value.
British favourites in Glasgow city centre
Bill’s is a laidback, casual restaurant on West Nile Street in Glasgow city centre. Wood panelling, stripped walls and pick ‘n’ mix lighting give it all a relaxed, home-from-home feeling. Bill’s is the sort of place where some of the food is served on tin plates with mismatched cutlery. It’s all artfully rustic and delivered with a big smile from the friendly staff. On sunny days, the outside seating area is understandably popular.
Serving from breakfast to bedtime
Setting out to serve food ‘from breakfast to bedtime’, the menus at Bill’s combine classic British dishes with global greatest hits. Choices such as the fish ‘n’ chips, cod fish finger sarnies and cottage pie fly the flag for the UK’s culinary traditions. Crispy lemon squid, peri peri chicken and BBQ pork ribs take their cue from other parts of the world.
Naturally, there are burgers; aged, Scottish steaks and sharing boards for those who wish to graze. Desserts range from a classic Eton mess to warm pecan pie served with banana ice cream.
City centre transport and attractions
Bill’s is on West Nile Street in Glasgow city centre. Queen Street and Central rail stations are within a five minute walk. There is restricted on-street parking and pay parking at, for example, the NCP facility on Mitchell Street. Nearby attractions include Gallery of Modern Art, the shops of Buchanan Street and Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.