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The Olive Tree Brasserie| Preston

Sunday, 29 October 2017
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As you are all now fully aware, I love food... I get ridiculously excited at the prospects of trying new restaurants and Preston you did not disappoint!

Last week we ventured into to Preston to see Louis Berry. This was Andy's decision which turned out to be a great one for once and we needed somewhere to eat before hand. Despite googling and using good ole trip advisor I couldn't find anywhere that looked good.



We stumbled through the very interesting town that is Preston and there it was, a wonderful cascade of twinkly lights in the distance and I was instantly sold, Andy less so...

The food menu had greek titles and this instantly threw him off. After some persuasion, after all I am a law student, he agreed to try the food, but only because he had found a burger as a back up if he decided he didn't like anything else.

As you can tell from the picture above the ascetic of this place was beautiful. Fairy lights and dim internal lighting created a cosy atmosphere. I'll be honest, before I had met Andy the nicest place I had been for a date was Nandos (I'm sadly not even joking) so I always love finding new places to visit as a couple.

We were extremely lucky and got a table just in time for the 'Early Dinner Menu' that has a great choice of food at a reasonable price of £12.95 for two courses. The menu caters for everyone with vegetarian choices and a separate menu for Vegan Options. For once me and Andy chose the same food.

For Starters we had the 'Keftedes' which was beef and pork meatballs in a tomato sauce; for mains we had the 'Kota Souvlaki' which was a chicken skewer marinated in paprika. Andy had this with seasoned chips whilst I chose herb rice and purchased a side of Halloumi fries. The Halloumi fries were the best I have ever tasted and were a huge portion for only £3.95. 


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The Olive Tree Brasserie also has an extensive drinks menu with cocktails and craft beers. The staff were brilliant, even when I forgot my pin number...  Rather embarrassing!

A quick tip if you do decide to visit, you can  sign up to their newsletter and get a free bottle of wine during your meal, which is definitely worth the two minutes it would take before you go to sign up and the occasional newsletter.

For those of you who are wondering where their nearest Olive Tree brasserie branch is there are three restaurants; one in Preston, another in Lytham St Annes and one in Chester. 

I would highly recommend a trip. I wasn't disappointed with any part of the service nor the food, and we will definitely be back.

Overall Rating: 🌻🌻🌻🌻


                                                                    Until Next Time

T
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