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For an Indian meal with a touch of sophistication in Preston, head down to Bangla Fusion on Liverpool Old Road. This Much Hoole restaurant provides a special dining experience from its mouthwatering cuisine down to its opulent decor, marrying together chic, modern furnishings and traditional Indian artifacts. The fusion combination platter (onion bhaji, vegetable samosas, del jalapeno, duck tikka and stuffed mushrooms) is the perfect way to begin a group meal before moving on to some decadent curries. From classics to exciting fusion dishes like the creme de la fusion seabass (seabass marinated with a special blend of homemade light herbs and spices, cooked with white wine and fresh cream), there’s something to suit all tastes on Bangla Fusion’s extensive menu.
I love this restaurant you are always guaranteed a lovely meal friendly service always , nothing too much trouble would recommend go on give it a go
Love it here, I go regularly and always enjoy it and staff are helpful and friendly. The food Is always to a high standard and there is lots to choose from.
Great food and attentive service. Really enjoyed our first visit. Enjoyed the fixed price menu with some different choice meals than your standard Fayre. Felt the whole experience was excellent
Food fantastic, lots of choice, friendly staff it is very clean with a lovely ambience, lots of parking and easy access overall we would recommend Bangla Fusion.
The restaurant has a lovely relaxed atmosphere. The food was very tastey and the choice for vegetarians was plentiful - any of the main menu dishes have a veggie option. It's not the cheapest in terms of price, but you get what you pay for at this restaurant. Just a few little niggles; 1) The spicy poppadums are half the size of the plain ones and don't look to be home made. Order the plain home made ones and spice it up with the Bangla dip. 2) I was shocked at the price of a soda water and a shot of lime cordial...£2.50! The most expensive I've ever seen. I'd definitely recommend this place and I'm sure I'll be back again! Oh, the service is 1st class too.
Arrival was alright, we were greeted but not escorted to a table in the lounge and drinks had to be ordered and collected at the bar which is unusual, they had plenty of staff and could easily serve you. The restaurant is now in need of refurbishment, it looks and feels old fashioned and well used and with a number if excellent eating venues in the area they need to consider investing in the look and feel. The food was nice, I would say very traditional Indian restaurant style, plenty if food, hot and well flavoured. It is a place for a quick bite but not a long evening dining experience.
Perfect food and service as always. Once our local Indian Restaurant that we frequented monthly; we now travel Over fifteen miles to visit. It is by far the best Indian Restaurant we have ever visited and the food is steps above your normal local. I just can't fault this Restaurant.
It's not the first time I've been to Bangla Fusion. Brilliant place treated regally every time and the bill is not bad either Five Star
Excellent meal. 4 adults & 3 kids were made very welcome. The personal touch was excellent when the manager chased after our car to return one of the kids Kinder Egg toys left on the table by mistake. A very enjoyable experience. 14/04/2017
Good food as always. I have been going to this restaurant for years and I think this is upmarket Indian Cuisine. If you want a special meal at Christmas at a reasonable price try here, you will not be disappointed.