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Duk
Duk’s is not your average pea in the pod, that’s for sure. Tucked inside a converted basement beneath a couple of post-clubbing takeaways on Lancaster Road, it’s Preston’s quirkiest bistro. Duk’s raison d’etre is to give you the world on your plate. Not that that means a huge carbon foot print – far from it. As much as possible is sourced from local suppliers. All dishes are tapas, so you can savour the Mediterranean to Peru and beyond in one night without bursting (mind you, portions are generous, so order in moderation). Sundays at Duk’s are a hit with a difference - your choice of Peruvian roast (lamb, chicken, beef, duck) – which you carve yourselves - with a heaps of garlic, rosemary potato, honey roast veg, and a large jug of home-made red onion gravy from £12.50. Nice.

Cuisine: World
Location: 16-18 Lancaster Road, Preston, PR1 1DA [Map]

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Olive Press
The Olive Press in Preston, located on Winckley Square in the town centre, is a fun and lively pizzeria. Located downstairs across from the parklands and close to the main train station, the rustic décor and easy-going atmosphere make it the perfect place for an impromptu pizza with friends or for treating the family on the weekend. The handmade pastas and stone baked pizzas are fantastic, but you could also try a dish from the char grill or brick fired oven, such as a fillet of sea bass with smoked anchovy butter and tomato and black olive salad. The Olive Press is a surefire hit with the kiddies. The ‘Little Olives’ menu allows children to design their very own pizza, with 25p from every child’s meal sold donated to ChildLine.

Cuisine: Italian
Location: 23 Winkley Square, Preston, PR1 3JJ [Map]

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Pond
Brought to you by the same team who own Duk Tapas Restaurant, Pond is a fantastic Peruvian Hacienda style tapas lounge and wine bar on Cannon Street in Preston, only minutes from the station and Fishergate shopping centre. With comfy sofas, whiskey wine barrel tables, Spanish and Cuban music and a down-to-earth bodega-style vibe – Pond is a fantastic spot for post-shopping drinks and after work meals with friends and colleagues. Our favourite tapas dishes include the chorizo with scallops in a light sherry sauce, and the sticky blueberry steak with caramelised red onions and blueberries. To finish with, we recommend Pond's signature bowl of berries with chocolate dip and a glass of Peruvian brandy.

Cuisine: Latin American
Location: 37 Cannon street, Preston, PR1 3NT [Map]

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The Crofters Brasserie
The recently refurbished Crofters Hotel is a short walk away from the historic market town of Garstang near Preston and Lancaster, making it a popular place for weekend escapes, conferences and weddings. The AA three star hotel boasts an elegant restaurant - Crofters Brasserie – which is decorated with plush plum and sage green velvet chairs and chocolate brown walls, and has earned a stellar reputation for its modern British fare. We love the sea bass fillet with truffle mash, wilted spinach and sauce vierge; the seared king scallops with spinach, toasted hazelnuts and coriander butter; and the raspberry cheesecake with whipped vanilla cream. The Crofters Hotel has a stylish cocktail lounge ideal for pre/post dinner drinks.

Cuisine: British
Location: A6 Cabus, Garstang, Preston, PR3 1PH [Map]

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The Longridge Restaurant
Paul Heathcote’s Longridge Restaurant was recently honoured with an AA Three Rosette award and continues to offer an unforgettable dining experience. Freshly refurbished, the 19th century cottage overlooking the Ribble valley is now smartly up to date inside, with a stylish black, grey and cream colour scheme, leather banquette seating and original artwork. Situated just outside Preston, the restaurant has a relaxed neighbourhood vibe but with the added bonus of flawless service and an impressive wine list. The modern British menu features the finest seasonal produce and the set menu is remarkably good value. Popular dishes include the roast scallops with smoked celeriac and cured ham; the ever present black pudding; the goosnargh duck; and signature bread and butter pudding.

Cuisine: British
Location: 104 - 106 Higher Road, Longridge, Preston, PR3 3SY [Map]

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Tickled Trout Restaurant
Conveniently close to Preston and the M6, The Macdonald Tickled Trout hotel is a popular place for business retreats and conferences. Located just outside of Preston in Samlesbury, the hotel boasts a cosy hotel restaurant which is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and boasts views of the River Ribble and an excellent organic menu. The Tickled Trout has a deep ruby red dining room with exposed beams, high-backed chairs and candles, and regulars love everything from the freshly baked pastries and full Scottish breakfasts to the local cuts of meat and home-made puddings. Don’t miss the crab and spring fish cakes; the rump of lamb served with Lyonnaise potatoes and beans; and the chocolate marble cheesecake with vanilla cream.

Cuisine: British
Location: Macdonald Tickled Trout Hotel, Preston New Road, Samlesbury, Nr Preston, PR5 0UJ [Map]

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