Have You Tried This Amazing New Restaurant..?

Based on a quiet side street, away from the hustle-and-bustle of Preston City Centre, Preston’s latest popular eatery is readying itself for a busy Christmas period. Palm Court, who’s name is derived from the large palm trees that make up it’s beautiful décor, is in the building previously known as Tiggi’s in Guildhall Street and has had rave reviews.

Along with the new stylish interior, the venue has developed a set menu which is great value for Preston locals. With a team of well-experienced chefs, who have served in restaurants across the globe, you can dine for under £10 at lunchtime. The 12 starters include king prawns, chicken liver pate with red onion marmalade, mussels and a light, fresh tomato and feta salad, whilst the mains include Fish and Chips, Rump Steak and a special Palm Court Chicken Burger. The switch from A Mano’s to Palm Court saw the menu adopt a more British feel, now including a Sunday Lunch which launched in September featuring; English Topside Beef or Roast Goosnargh Chicken served with seasonal vegetables.

The restaurant has become a popular spot for birthday parties and corporate bookings, attracting a party of 30 recently who let their hair down while enjoying the sumptuous food. The restaurant has established an unique identity, with the owner inviting customers to check out the afternoon tea hosted in Palm Court’s function room. Ian said, ‘The room can cater for up to 60 guests and is ideal for hosting everything from birthdays, christenings, and baby showers to corporate events and staff parties.’

Palm Court’s menu is reasonably priced, with one course for £9.95, two courses for £12.95 and three courses for £15.95. Their facebook page is full of great reviews, with one customer saying “Food was legit top, great atmosphere, boss service and good vibes. Can’t wait to go back!”. The evidence so far suggests that Palm Court’s brilliant identity, along with sumptuous food, is here to stay – Don’t forget to follow them on Facebook!

 

John Nicoll

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