The Eat Out to Help Out scheme has continued throughout August and seems to have been a roaring success, with most places fully booked until it ends tomorrow (Monday 31 […]6 months ago Life on lockdown for a shielded Prestonian
I usually write restaurant and takeaway reviews, but that’s on hold during the coronavirus pandemic, while the wonderful people of Preston are putting themselves at risk in order to make […]11 months ago Review: Karen gets her snout around The Green Man’s sprouts
Having heard good things about The Green Man At Inglewhite, my parents Yvonne and Dry Tony, my friend Pauline and I decided to have a drive out for lunch to […]1 year ago Preparing for a paranormal investigation with a quick guide to Preston’s ghosts
It seems that like me, many Prestononians love a good horror film, a paranormal investigation on TV or a walk around a spooky old building. It’s fun when it’s just […]1 year ago Advertisement Advertisement Review: Blog Preston gets silly for chilli at Chiquito
This week Yvonne and I took my niece Millie to Chiquito as part of Blog Preston’s series of best and worst Preston restaurants according to TripAdvisor. Situated at Preston Dock, […]1 year ago Review: Blog Preston takes a gander at The Pickled Goose
This week Yvonne and I visited The Pickled Goose, a newly opened restaurant on Garstang Road in Barton. Situated on the site formerly known as The Sparling, it has been […]2 years ago Review: How a new Preston restaurant gets it White
Yet another exciting new restaurant has opened in our city; this time on the outskirts towards Blackburn at the Mercure Preston Samlesbury Hotel. Mr White’s English Chophouse is the latest […]2 years ago Review: Did The Silk Route in Preston live up to the curry hype?
This week my mother Yvonne and my father Dry Tony accompanied me to the Silk Route restaurant as part of a series of visits to the best and worst restaurants […]2 years ago Most Discussed