eastZeast - Preston
About eastZeast - Preston
Easily among the most versatile venues in Preston’s town centre, eastZeast morphs effortlessly from stylish function hall to romantic date spot to friendly Friday local. The constant between all of those times is superlative Indian cuisine, which is the cornerstone of what eastZeast offers from their stylish digs on Church Street. There are large banquet menus, easy lunchtime bites and everything in between, so whatever the occasion (or level of hunger, or spice tolerance) you’re bound to find that eastZeast Preston fits the bill. It’s a family-owned place, too, and while they serve up a staggering array of authentic Punjabi and other Indian dishes, they utilise, among other things, home-grown grass-fed Lancashire lamb, so you’re getting a taste of both the Subcontinent and the North all at once.
Found on Church Street in the city centre, at eastZeast, there are large banquet menus, easy lunchtime bites and everything in between, so whatever the occasion (or level of hunger) you’re bound to find that this Preston favourite fits the bill just right. It’s a family-owned place, too, and while they serve up a staggering array of authentic Punjabi and other Indian dishes, they utilise, among other things, home-grown grass-fed Lancashire lamb, so you’re getting a taste of both the Subcontinent and the North all at once.
No matter what your preferred level of spice is, or if you are a meat lover, seafood fan or vegetarian, you’re guaranteed to find plenty of choices to suit you. Some stand out dishes on the menu at eastZeast include the sea bass tandoori, the lahori lamb chop handi and the veggie-friendly palak paneer. A favourite among Preston curry addicts and spice seekers looking for their fill of delicious Indian cuisine in the city centre, spaces at eastZeast can fill up quickly – to guarantee a table, making a reservation in advance is recommended.
44 eastZeast - Preston Reviews
Once again, amazing food with impeccable service, already booked for another visit. I would highly recommend this restaurant, it is without doubt the best I've visited in the Preston area.
Lovely restaurant, warm welcome, seated straight away. Nice menu ,we had a little help to choose our dishes. For starter I would recommend the fish platter for two exceptionally good. Can't wait to go back.
The service was great, the good was amazing, we couldn't eat all of the food so we had to take some home which wasn't a problem for them at all.
Really enjoyed the food. Chat starter was enough for 2 to share. My king prawns in my main masala were huge. Delicious nan bread too. Went back as been previously during weekend stay in Preston & will definitely be going back.
Restaurant was quiet for a visit on Thurs late Jan. Food was not as good as previous visits. All courses were quite bland. Ordered 3 courses between 4 of us. When the bill arrived, discovered it would have been cheaper to order one each. The waiter didn't tell us about the price hike. He simply suggested big portions to share. We all took the comment as a joke. To add insult, I told the restaurant that I was going to submit a Gourmet Society card when making the booking. Guess what? They only told me that it is no longer accepted after we had finished eating. I am happy to pay big bucks for meals in fine dining restaurants. Felt they fleeced us at EastZEast. My gut feeling is that the Preston branch is no longer part of the original group and has lost some of its sparkle.
i booked on line and it was quick and easy. We were a group of 9 and 1 extra came on the night. We were seated straight away and had a fabulous meal. The only slight criticism would be that it is a large restaurant and quite noisy. Will definitely be returning and recommend anyone to give it a try.
Went out for a works do last Friday. The venue is stunning, the staff were very attentive considering how busy the restaurant was, the food was very tasty and not over expensive either. The only reason I haven't given a 6 is because we did have to wait a long time for our meals (that had been pre-ordered), but as I said, it was very busy. Great time had by all.
Great food and great ambience. Mixed starter is fantastic and the curry i had was amazing!! The drinks fairly expensive but that seems to be the trend everywhere these days. Id rather pay for quality and thats what i did!
Food was excellent as was the service and all the staff..was my first visit to east is east but definitely won't be my last. If your thinking of a meal out go to east is east.
We had a lovely time , restaurant was very busy but we still got looked after , food arrived quickly after each course which was great as we had two young children really enjoyed as always