Highcross restaurant Bill’s has finally revealed when it will reopen.
The restaurant has been closed for more than six months, and is one of the last Highcross eateries to reopen following the easing of lockdown restrictions.
The restaurant has issued a statement, which says:
“We’re thrilled to announce that we’re opening our doors at Bill’s Leicester on the 1st October. Reservations are now open.
“Bursting with British flair, vibrant interiors, outdoor space and the freshest of seasonal ingredients, we’ll be open from breakfast through to dinner, and everything in between.
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“With service still very much a priority, we’ll be implementing the highest standards of health and safety, ensuring both guests and employees will be dining and working with confidence and in a safe environment.
“We can’t wait to welcome you back as you reunite with family and friends over catch-up brunches and belated birthday lunches.”
The Bill’s Restaurant chain was founded in 2001 by greengrocer Bill Collison – who initially opened a shop and café in Lewes.
There are now 78 Bill’s Restaurants around the UK, which aim serve healthy and indulgent, seasonal food.
The Highcross branch first opened in 2015. It closed due to the coronavirus pandemic on March 19 this year.