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Top 5 Preston Pubs and Restaurants to Visit This Summer

Written by John Nicoll

Preston is filled with wonderful restaurants, offering all types of cuisine and delicacies. Take a look at 5 Preston pubs and restaurants you should definitely visit this summer.


Located just outside Preston city centre, Manjaros offer a range of delicious, succulent and affordable foods.

Their cuisine is based on a blend of African and Caribbean flavours, offering mouth-watering meals to all. Their aromatic spices originate from the heart of Africa and isles of the Caribbean creating a sensational zest of spices.

Whether you’re in the mood for pizza, pasta, chicken, burgers, or something more exotic, they have the right food choice for you.

Kimji Korean Restaurant

Preston city centre boasts a wonderfully unique and hugely popular restaurant many have come to love. Kimji Korean Restaurant offers exquisite traditional Korean food perfectly representing the balance of flavours and textures throughout their impressive menu, offering a wide variety of options for their customers to enjoy.

Choose from a range of appetisers, Korean barbecue, rice, soup and noodle dishes. They also offer so much more than their exciting traditional cuisine, including a number of desserts, gluten free, vegetarian and vegan options.


1842 is one of Preston’s most unique and luxurious restaurants and bars. Whether you’re enjoying a relaxing contemporary brunch with friends, or a stylish dinner with loved ones, 1842 caters for it all.

Wine and dine in style at one of the city’s most prestigious restaurants. 1842 is located on the site of the former foyer of Preston’s Public Hall, a distinguished building that welcomed the likes of The Beatles and Led Zeppelin.

Wings & Beer         

If you’re looking for a sports bar to unwind, support your team and dine on delicious cuisine, Preston’s Wings and Beer is the perfect place to be.

Choose from an array of foods packed with flavour, including their famous free range wings & handmade burgers, proper craft beer & ciders, real cocktails & fresh coffee.


Plau is one of the newest establishments to come to Preston, yet it has grown to be one of the busiest. Offering some of the very best ciders, beers, wines and gins, it’s no wonder it’s fast becoming the place to be.

Famous for its 43ft medieval well, Plau holds a great history waiting for you to discover.

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