Since its establishment back in 2006, Barton Bangla Brasserie has been delighting Preston locals with its tremendously flavourful South Asian cuisine from all across the Indian subcontinent. Using free-range meats, sustainably sourced produce and purely natural ingredients, Barton Bangla Brasserie ensures that diners enjoy the best quality meal each and every time they stop by. This Barton restaurant can be found on Garstang Road, just down the road from Barton Village Hall.
Service excellent. Waiter gave us advice on how hot /medium to have with different food. He was great and my medium fish dish Machley Esa was fantastic. Alan's lamb ambari succulent and lots of meat. We had three starters stuffed mushrooms with mince chicken pakora and prawn in tangy sauce. All excellent. Full but not stuffed. Great place going back soon
Open every day of the week, as well as on public holidays, Preston’s Barton Bangla Brasserie serves their phenomenal Indian and Bangladeshi dishes with pride. The restaurant on Garstang Road features a sophisticated and elegant atmosphere that’s suitable for both a casual dinner or a romantic evening out. The folks behind Barton Bangla Brasserie are committed to excellence in every aspect of the restaurant, and it’s this passion that has made the restaurant such a huge hit throughout Barton.
At Barton Bangla Brasserie in Preston, you’ll experience a wide range of starters, signature mains, tandoori dishes, chargrilled specialities, seafood options plus balti dishes and favourites like lamb rogan josh or chicken madras. Our favourite dishes are the restaurant’s signature mains, including the chicken jaflong, chicken cooked in a tasty sauce with onions, peppers, bay leaf, herbs, spices and cinnamon, the lamb jalali special, a unique spicy dish cooked with green chillies and mint, or the delicious Goan special, which includes your choice of chicken or lamb cooked with cream, lychees, mango and pineapple. There’s plenty more where that came from – your best bet is to book ahead and taste for yourself what makes this Barton restaurant so famous.