Food: Loch Fyne

Loch Fyne is a seafood and grill restaurant located in multiple destinations around the UK so I wouldn’t be surprised if more than one of you have been there before. I had never been or heard of it before, so when of my friends suggested that we go and try it – I didn’t hesitate.

We started off the night ordering some cocktails and drinks. I got the Hugo cocktails (Follador Prosecco, Elderflower cordial and soda) and a Chambord Kir Royale.

Then for our starters we had Soft Shell Crab Pakora – delicious indian style crab served with home made raita.

Pan Fried Chilli and Garlic Prawns with granary bread

A selection of 6 natural oysters that came with hot sauce, lemon and some fillings for extra flavour

Next for the main course we had King Prawn Malabar Curry – with flaky pollock in a rich malabar curry sauce served with spinach and basmati rice.

Fish and Chips – fish of the day in crispy batter served with twice cooked chips, peas and homemade tartare sauce.

Aberdeen Angus chargrilled burger – served in a seeded brioche bun with streaky bacon and cheddar cheese, served with gherkin and french fries.

Then to finish off the night with desserts we had Crumble of the day (which was peach and rubharb with a walnut crumble and served with custard.

Hot and Cold chocolate Ashet – hot chocolate fondant, chocolate marquise, chocolate ice-cream served with lemon zest strawberries.

Overall, the food here was really good! Everything was really tasty and well presented – I even plucked up the courage to lose my oyster-ginity (I am still on the fence about it though lol). The staff were really friendly and the service was excellent so I can definitely see myself coming to a Loch Fyne again.

 

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