At Guild Hall Arcade on Lancaster Road, Vittorias Preston shines as one of the Lancashire’s very best restaurants, setting itself apart from the rest by utilising local artisanal ingredients and fresh seasonal produce. This sophisticated establishment provides the perfect setting for lunch or dinner with its light-filled dining space and amicable service, and even offers options for afternoon tea complete with a selection of sandwiches and cakes for sampling. Found in the town centre, Vittorias is a convenient location to enjoy an Italian meal that leaves a lasting impression.
Such a great meal, the staff are friendly and food delicious will certainly be back!
Four of us visited on the 20th December. We found the food to be over priced and mediocre at best. Thursday night prior to Christmas at eight in the evening and no steaks available??? Two of us opted for the lamb shanks, which seemed very dry, not the usual melt in the mouth treat. One had Stroganoff, certainly not a traditional brandy and cream sauce and the beef seemed over cooked. One chose a chicken dish “bland” was the word used. All in all disappointing, not the Italian experience we were hoping for, we shan’t be going back.
Came for a Pre Christmas meal. Great food, nice staff and lovely atmosphere. Good Gluten free options, lots to choose from. Would definitely go again.
With a team of exceptionally talented chefs in the kitchen, you know you’re in for a treat when dining at Vittorias. The emphasis here is artisanal ingredients and seasonal produce sourced from across Lancashire, including cheese from Gornall’s Dairy Foods, meats from Clifton Quality Meats, produce from Ribble Farm Fare and beer from Thwaites brewery. You can find Vittorias at Preston Guild Hall on Lancaster Road, open seven days a week in the town centre.
From hand-crafted pizzas and pastas to tasty grilled meat and fish, Vittorias in the town centre excels in bringing the freshest ingredients and the boldest flavours to each and every one of their authentic dishes. The Vittorias menu is made up of quality rather than quantity, so you can expect to find only the best rather than being overwhelmed with choice. There’s a vegan menu, a menu for the kids and lots that’s gluten-free (that includes pasta and pizza), but from the Vittorias Preston a la carte we’d recommend starting with the glazed black pudding with smoked pancetta and peppers, or the creamed garlic and thyme mushrooms cooked in a white wine sauce. For your main, the roasted fillet of cod is a treat, or the classic pizza Romana. The secret’s out about Vittorias, so make sure to book a table in advance to experience Preston’s best Italian cuisine.