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Korean BBQ restaurant comes to Preston

Posted on - 2nd March, 2018 - 7:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Food & Drink, Friargate, Preston City Centre, Restaurants in Preston
Azuma on Friargate. Pic: Tony Worrall
Azuma on Friargate. Pic: Tony Worrall

Korean BBQ is the latest cuisine to join the worldwide flavours available in Friargate.

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Azuma is a Cantonese restaurant serving up Szechaun dishes from a diverse menu.

Two buffet choices – the Korean BBQ or Chinese hot pot – are both priced at £19.80 per head.

While traditional meals like sweet and sour chicken (£8.80) are also on offer, more adventurous options such as eel, pigs’ intestines and lobster dominate the menu.

The licensed restaurant fills the space left by Buffet @ Preston and is the third Azuma to open in the UK, following Manchester and Bradford branches.

Read more: What was Tiggis is to reopen as new restaurant

Triggo's on Friargate. Pic: Tony Worrall
Triggo’s on Friargate. Pic: Tony Worrall

Set to open next door to Azuma in the next couple of weeks is Triggo’s, a grill spot offering kebabs, burgers and healthy veggie options. The former owner of Pizza City on Fishergate is opening the eat-in restaurant, which will seat around 45.

Have you tried Azuma or are you planning to visit Triggo’s? Let us know in the comments below.

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