With 41 restaurants across the UK, there’s a good chance you’ve seen Loch Fyne Seafood and Grill before. However, until you’ve eaten there, it’s hard to describe just what a special experience it is.
Whatever the occasion, it’s a meal that ticks all the boxes – spectacular food, sustainably sourced ingredients, from a restaurant with a rich history that’s full of character.
From fresh oysters to stunning steaks
Above all else, it’s the food that makes Loch Fyne Seafood and Grill so impressive. Every meal has a story to tell, from rope-grown oysters sourced from Loch Fyne on the West Coast of Scotland to Scottish Smoked Salmon Ashet, burgers, and more.
The welcoming staff are always on-hand to tell you exactly where your seafood was sourced, or use their own insights to recommend something from the specials board. And with a choice of an a la carte menu or set 2 or 3 course menu, it’s excellent value for money.
The finest ingredients, sustainably sourced
Loch Fyne Seafood and Grill has a well-deserved reputation for being at the forefront of sustainability. In fact, the company is an early adopter of most new initiatives, acting faster than other restaurants and retailers.
Every ingredient is sourced from wild or responsibly farmed reserved, and you’ll never find an endangered stock on the menu.
It’s from this focused, committed approach to sustainability that Loch Fyne has grown – so you can eat with complete peace of mind that the environment has been considered.
A traditional business in historic locations
The story of Loch Fyne Seafood and Grill started small, sourcing ingredients and serving them locally from a local oyster bar. Distinctly, the loch itself brings together a unique mix or saltwater and freshwater sources, which are outstanding conditions for fresh food that’s full of flavour.
Since then, Loch Fyne has grown to more than 41 locations across the UK – but the company retains the same philosophy to provide great fresh food responsibly.
What’s more, many of the restaurants themselves reflect this respect for history, transforming historic spaces with a modern twist. So while you’ll be talking about your meal for months, your surroundings will be just as memorable.
Of course, the best way to get to know Loch Fyne Seafood and Grill is to try it for yourself. Click here to find out more and book your table online.
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