Artisan Quarter is the unique street food truck that has recently launched in Preston City Centre.Advertisement
Delivering an array of fresh, homemade artisan food, this travelling kitchen offers scrumptious refreshments including halloumi salad, eton-mess and sausage muffins.
Artisan Quarters caters to the needs of everyone, with vegan, gluten-free, vegetarian and halal options available that are prepared entirely separately.
All of Artisan Quarter’s packaging is made from recyclable materials and is compostable and bio-degradable.
Currently located at the the NCO Car park, next to Preston Bus Station, the Artisan Quarter caters for all the public passing by.
Husband-and-wife team behind the venture, Mike and Sasha Winder, are excited to bring delicious handmade food to the streets of Preston.
The pair have an extensive catering background, with Mike, 26, being the former head chef at Salmesbury Hall and Sasha, 31, being the former manager of food and beverages.
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Mike has previously appeared in the Lancashire Cookbook.
Sasha, from Walton-le-Dale, said: “We are really excited to bring Artisan Quarter to Preston.
“All of our food is handmade by ourselves onsite and we are really dedicated to provide fresh, homemade food.
“We are not tied to a specific cuisine as we want to provide food that everyone can enjoy, even those with dietary requirements.”
The Artisan Quarter will also be appearing at Preston’s Windrush Festival with a Caribbean menu.
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