Rushden Lakes restaurant to extend Eat Out To Help Out offer throughout September

Will you be booking a table at Bill's to take part in the extended offer?

Wednesday, 26th August 2020, 5:11 pm
Updated Wednesday, 26th August 2020, 5:14 pm

Bill's at Rushden Lakes has announced that it will be extending the Eat Out To Help Out scheme throughout September.

While the Government initiative is set to come to an end on Monday (August 31), Bill’s at Rushden Lakes is still joining in with a bespoke menu and will be offering up to 50 off off from Monday to Wednesday during September.

Celebrating up to 50 per cent off, the set menu means guests can now indulge in one course for £10 and two courses for £14.50.

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Always looking for ways to treat customers and enhance their experience, Bill’s has created a special menu for diners to choose from including:

For starters:

- Truffalos - Vegan truffled buffalo “wings” with a vegan cheese dip & celery

- Carrot, Lentil and Cumin Soup with toasted Focaccia

Bill's at Rushden Lakes is extending the Eat Out To Help Out offer throughout September

- Crispy Chicken and Sesame Dumplings

- Crispy Calamari with red chilli & lime aioli

For mains:

- 8oz Sirloin Steak with Rosemary saleted fries

Bill's at Rushden Lakes

- Chargrilled Chicken Breast with truffle mashed potato

- Pan fried Sea Bass and Prosecco Hollandaise

- Mushroom and Truffle Risotto

To book a table or for further information, go to www.bills-website.co.uk

To find out more about the Eat Out To Help Out scheme and which restaurants in Rushden and the surrounding area have been taking part, click here.

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