Bill’s at Rushden Lakes is hoping customers will enjoy 'Jingle Bill’s' as the chain prepares to serve up some Christmas cheer and indulgent festive specials.
The restaurant on the Boardwalk says diners will be able to admire the Christmas decor before soaking up the festive spirit by indulging in a selection of bespoke Christmas cocktails and dishes.
Mixed by Bill’s creative bar team, Bill’s Rushden Lakes has created a collection of festive concoctions, including a Chocolate Orange Espresso Martini, a Stars & Spice Gin Bramble, the A Very Monkey Christmas, created with Monkey 47 Gin and paired with Fever-Tree Indian Tonic, and a Candied Rhubarb Cosmo.
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Menus have also been updated with a number of festive favourites, including Pigs in Blankets mac & cheese, a Boxing Day turkey curry and a warm apple and mincemeat crumble served with spiced custard and vanilla ice cream.
The menu also boasts the Bill’s festive burger with bacon, stilton and red onion.
Reservations are now open and can be booked online at https://www.bills-website.co.uk/
Bill's is one of numerous outlets serving food at Rushden Lakes, including Wagamama, Five Guys, Lago Lounge, Wildwood, Blue Mountain Yard, Bewiched Coffee, Jamaica Blue, Nando's and Zizzi.
Chi, offering Asian street food with a modern twist, is also set to join the line-up at Rushden Lakes soon.
To read more about all the latest additions to the retail and leisure offering at Rushden Lakes, including the new Levi's store, click here.
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