Bill’s, the renowned British restaurant group, is spreading the festive cheer to furry companions with its new festive dog menu, in collaboration with premium dog treat brand, Denzel’s.
The seasonal menu additions, Denzel’s Christmas Lunch Bites and Denzel’s Pigs in Blankets, aim to indulge canine diners across all Bill’s restaurants nationwide.
A Festive Feast for Furry Friends
Four-legged companions can now relish a Christmas lunch experience alongside their owners, courtesy of Bill’s festive dog-friendly menu. Partnering with Denzel’s, the restaurant introduces the Christmas Lunch Bites, comprising turkey, cranberries, and stuffing, and the Pigs in Blankets Bites, crafted from British pork, apple, and honey.
The launch of these delectable treats follows a recent Denzel’s study revealing the desires of UK dog owners. The study found that 60% of them wish for dog-friendly turkey dinners, while 51% yearn for treats akin to pigs in blankets, enabling them to involve their beloved pooches in the festive celebrations.
Festive Dog Menu Available Until December 31st
Grab the limited-time festive dog treats menu by December 31st at all Bill’s restaurants across the nation. The offerings include Denzel’s Pigs in Blankets Bites (100g) for £3.50 as well as Denzel’s Christmas Lunch Bites (100g), also for £3.50.
Denzel’s, dedicated to promoting healthier paws and a healthier planet, crafts its dog treats using all-natural ingredients without any added salt, sugar, grains, or other harmful additives. Additionally, every Denzel’s product is locally produced in the UK & Ireland, and the brand maintains a commitment to 100% plastic-free packaging.
For an unforgettable dining experience this festive season, guests are encouraged to reserve a table at their local Bill’s restaurant and indulge in a culinary treat alongside their cherished companions, whether they walk on two or four legs. To locate the nearest Bill’s restaurant, visit their website. To explore more about Denzel’s dog treats, visit Denzels.co.uk for comprehensive information.