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One would expect a seafood restaurant which has its in-house source of fish and shellfish on the west coast of Scotland to offer only the finest quality produce, and so it is with Loch Fyne. Choose from light dishes and starters to main courses where you choose the way your fish is cooked,
Loch Fyne oysters occupy a section of their own on the menu and can be had in a variety of different ways: on ice with hot sausage for example or glazed with lemon grass and ginger sabayon, or simply on ice for about £2.50, Six £12.75 or a dozen £19.95 . Mussel pots are another temptation.
The main courses give cause for rejoicing. Try the Loch Fyne of Bradan Rost (salmon roasted in a smoke kiln), smoked salmon, Bradan Orach, and gravadlax with a cold dill sauce. Rosemary infused whole bream with tomatoes and black olives or pan fried fillet of bass with roasted artichokes and rosemary are further delights. The shellfish should not be missed: take the shellfish platter for example with whole crab, oysters, creel caught langoustines and queen scallops, mussels and clams.
Drury Lane, Theatre Royal
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Breakfast Mon-Fri: 9:00am12pm
Brunch Sat/Sun: 10:00am-3:00pm
|Loch Fyne - Covent Garden|
|24 Catherine Street|