The Eat Out to Help Out Scheme launched on August 4 with restaurants offering up to 50 per cent off meals in a bid to boost the economy.



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Hundreds of restaurants have signed up to the offer, adjusting their seating and safety procedures as they step up to the challenges presented by Covid-19.

The scheme runs on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout August, and customers have wasted no time in taking to Trip Advisor to leave their reviews.

Here’s the top 10 places to ‘go for a Rishi’ in Preston.

The outside of The Ginger Bistro on Garstang Road Pic The Ginger Bistro / Facebook
The restaurant has opened on Garstang Road Pic The Ginger Bistro / Facebook

1 Ginger Bistro

333 Garstang Road, Fulwood

4.5/5 from 249 reviews

Expect to eat: European, British, vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options

What customers say: “Great service, great food” – MichelleM; “Fantastic as ever and very safe” – Ulangela; “Great customer service” – Sugar1974; ‘Not thrilled tbh” – baldystewart

The Mill Cafe, St Catherine’s Park

2 The Mill

Lostock Lane, Lostock Hall

4.5/5 from 276 reviews

Expect to eat: British cafe, breakfast, lunch and dinner, vegetarian, gluten free and vegan options

What customers say: “Excellent food, excellent service” – Ginghamkitten; “Outstanding gluten free and regular food” – hillyr0b; “Breakfast to die for” – JaneC

The Hunters had a major refurb last year
The Hunters

3 The Hunters

Hennel Lane, Lostock Hall

4.5/6 from 846 reviews

Expect to eat: Traditional British pub and bar food, vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options

What customers say: “Favourite place to eat in Preston” – 5footwide; “Covid secure and excellent service” – StephenpH; “What a find” – zaraward; “Very disappointed” – haydnp

4 East z East

Church Street, Preston

4.5/5 from 1404 reviews

Expect to eat: Indian cuisine, vegan, vegetarian, halal and gluten free options

What customers say: “Fantastic service” – Z4in4b; “Horribleexperience” – Mannyshari; “Not following government rules” – steved; “Utterly delicious” – bethm

PLAU exterior after the renovation
PLAU

5 Plau

Friargate, Preston

4.5/5 from 135 reviews

Expect to eat: Fusion and bar food, vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options

What customers say: “Delicious” – Gazza95; “A really quirky place” – JLM; “Lovely place, bad food” – JanineS

Tang pic: google

6 Tang

Fylde Road, Preston

4.5/5 from 795 reviews

Expect to eat: Chinese and Asian cuisine, vegetarian and vegan options

What customers say: “Best Chinese restaurant in Preston” – RohamKR; “Good food, just wish there was more of it” – MeganAudreyy; “You cannot fault their food” – SophiaM

Theatre Street bar and grill has a growing reputation in the city Pic: Tony Worrall
Theatre Street bar and grill has a growing reputation in the city Pic: Tony Worrall

7 Theatre Street Bar and Grill

Theatre Street, Preston

4.5/5 from 639 reviews

Expect to eat: Seafood and steak house, vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options

What customers say: “Great place” – Rickalmanchester; “Food was not good” – gilliani; “Never disappoints” – zaraward

The exterior of Wings and Beer Co. Credit: Mark Lawrence
The exterior of Wings and Beer Co. Credit: Mark Lawrence

8 Wings & Beer Co

Cannon Street, Preston

4.5 from 387 reviews

Expect to eat: American bar, burgers, hotdogs, vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options

What customers say: “Great food and lovely welcome from staff” – Joebriggs; “Long wait, no explanation and no food” – katrina; “Great wings but burgers are average at best” – adamsX

Tino’s

9 Tino’s

Hill Street, Preston

4.5/5 from 325 reviews

Expect to eat: Italian, pizza, vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options

What customers say: “Great food and service” – royjan; “Usual excellent food and superb social distancing” – ClaretsmadPreston; “Cater for allergies brilliantly” – HelenKirk

Watling Street Road near Marinos Pic: Google
Marinos Pic: Google

10 Marino’s

Watling Street Road, Fulwood

4.5/5 from 360 reviews

Expect to eat: Italian, pizza, Mediterranean, vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options

What customers say: “Wonderful service and food to match” – Clivethejive; “Felt completely safe and secure during difficult times” – TonycG; “Fantastic as usual” – HollyN

Have you taken advantage of ‘Eat Out to Help Out’? Where did you go and what was your experience? Let us know in the comments section.

Preston’s top 10 ‘Eat out to help out’ restaurants as voted on Trip Advisor

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