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Trinity on the Square in Preston is an all-day eatery serving the best of British cuisine from a prime location on Winckley Square. Part brasserie restaurant, part cocktail bar and part lounge area, Trinity is an establishment unrivalled in the Preston town centre. Customers can enjoy everything from a Full English Breakfast and buttermilk pancakes in the morning, right through to sophisticated international wines late into the evening. The brasserie menu is well worth a mention, offering a refined twist on classic dishes. You can expect pan-seared scallops with chorizo and saffron vinaigrette, 12-hour braised brisket with potato mousseline and homemade sticky toffee pudding with boozy prunes. The spirit and cocktail drinks list is notably extensive, making Trinity the perfect place to gather with friends or colleagues for a fun night out. While relatively new on the scene, Trinity on the Square is already making waves on Preston’s dining scenes
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Excellent food staff very helpful and pleasant would highly recommend
We arrived just after 6.15pm and were the only diners at that time. Taken quickly to a table and offered a menu. A menu radically different from that on Tripadvisor (which as of 8th April is still the menu accessible on Tripadvisor). The new menu had none of the French dishes, and consists mainly of various meats with fries. We ordered, and had to wait more than 30 minutes for our starter, which, given that we were the only diners, was appallingly slow. Two of us chose lamb (I wanted duck but they had none) and one chicken. They arrived, after not such a long wait, but were disappointing. A smallish piece of lamb rump, or a single chicken breast, with less than 20 fries, and some salad garnish or vegetables. The fries were far too small for triple cooking, so were burnt. No sauce of any kind, so also dry. This for main course prices in the £17 to £20 range so very poor value for money. We complained, and all credit to the chef for coming up to hear our feedback. They reduced our bill by 25%, which was a kind gesture, but we would have much preferred to arrive to find the only menu that was available on line, not to have had to wait for so long, and for main courses that were of either significantly better quality, or significantly lower prices.
Shame most of the menu items were unavailable, they tried their best and the service was great but the food let them down, and having no phones for 3 weeks trying to contact them is unacceptable for any business 🙁
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