Wait staff said the name Bill is a fictitious one and this is a franchise from Taiwan. I had to ask because Bill Bear is not exactly common.
The only Taiwan identity they have though are the Snow Ice variety. We got Strawberry and the Black Forest variety. The ice wasn’t as fine that of Bingsu. The milk not as sweet nor creamy. The Strawberry was ordinary while Black Forest offers more with a variety of toppings to it.
So Bill Bear Cafe has Italian, American and Japanese mostly.
Barbecue Chicken Pizza was way salty. The upside though was the barbecue taste was really felt. Meat were quite big slices making it look unworthy. The crust were well made.
Diced Beef Tepan at Php 389 maybe was overpriced. I did enjoy the tender feel of the meat and its flavor. The accompanying Mushroom Sauce could use a more appetizing look.
Others relatively enjoyed their pasta dishes. A friend got two cups of coffee and says they serve it really well.