Bill's announces seven new sites in ongoing expansion drive

20 August 2015 by
Bill's announces seven new sites in ongoing expansion drive

Casual dining group Bill's Restaurants has announced the opening of five new sites, plus two more to come in the next month.

From June to August 2015, the 71-strong group has opened in Sheffield, Gloucester Quays, Colchester, Taunton and Muswell Hill, in a variety of locations aimed at shoppers and families, including in former industrial buildings, a Georgian period property and busy high-street venues. Most also have seats outdoors.

Witney is set to open on 7 September, while the Leeds branch in Albion Place is expected for 21 September.

Open from breakfast until after dinner, Bill's sites offer a wide variety of brasserie-style dishes including separate breakfasts and cakes, alongside juices and various sides and snacks.

Originally founded by a fruit and veg salesman from Lewes, Sussex, Bill's is now directed by former Caprice Holdings managing director Andy Bassadone.

In December 2014, the group was ranked the fastest-growing hospitality operator by The Sunday Times Fast Track 100 list, after its turnover grew an average of 108% for each of the previous three years. In its latest figures it revealed turnover of £53.9m, and then said it planned to add 25 more locations to its then-51 sites.

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