Loch Fyne Restaurants in general Reviews
Description:Loch Fyne Oysters specialises in producing and supplying quality fresh and smoked seafood, shellfish, meat and game. / ... more
Newest Review: ... cost! I like the fact you can also purchase fresh fish/seafood from the counter at the Bluewater restaurant and they are always happy to give a little tip on what you can do with it to produce flawless meals, whether hosting a dinner party, or just a nice meal with your friends/family. The selection of the wine list is also of a good standard ranging from both old and new world wines and ... more
Customer Loch Fyne Restaurants in general Reviews (12)
by - written on 03/11/11 (Useful, 5 readings)
Over the many years of learning to cook various dishes (and creating some of my own!!) I have developed a great interest in the sourcing, preparation and quality of meal I have. I particularly enjoy fish in all forms and I have found every experience at the Loch Fyne in the Bluewater shopping centre, Greenhithe in Kent to be enjoyable and of great value for the reasonable price. Loch Fyne uses some of the freshest meats and fish I have had the pleasure to taste. As aforementioned, I particularly like fish and I must say the selection and quality are very good by any Michelin starred restaurant and at a fraction of the cost! I like the fact you can ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/06/10 (Useful, 79 readings)
I went to this restaurant for my birthday for the first time and I really enjoyed my meal there! I was warned in advance that the food was expensive, but I thought the prices were varied, catering for all pockets. I had the chilli and garlic prawns for starter which was very nice. The bread did not come with butter (despite being given a butter knife!) so I had to ask for that. I had a glass of the prosecco which was enjoyable. For the main meal, I had Moules Marineres and they were gorgeous! They were reasonably priced at £9. The dish came with bread (again no butter!) and chips. The meal was very filling and I couldn't manage dessert, but it did look tempting and ... Read the complete review
by mitsy13 - written on 19/05/10
Loch Fyne is high up on my list of my favourite restaurants. I love the airy and relaxed atmosphere when ever we visit. Staff are always friendly and make your experience enjoyable whether its with the family or a more intimate meal with a friend or loved one. I love that you can have a full 3 course dinner or lunch or you can simply have a bowl of mussels or a plate of oysters and a glass of wine. Obviously its not for everyone as it is a fish restaurant, however they do have a few options if one of your group isnt so keen on fish, like goats cheese tart, pate, vegetarian pasta, salads, chicken and steak. From when you arrive you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/10 (Very useful, 14 readings)
Both myself and my husband are regulars at the loch fyne restaurant and are incredibly impressed with it and the whole chain in fact, with beautiful food, an elegant atmousphere and detail to attention. The loch fyne is a chain of restaurants which focus is primarily on seafood such as oysters, prawns, shrimps, haddock, cod, kippers, sardines, then down to steak and vegetarian options also. Each dish is exquisitely presented on white platters and crisp crockery, with a selection of breads and various side dishes to go with it. Upon arrival at the loch fyne many of the restaurants will have their own car park therefore parking isnt usually a problem however ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/10/09 (Very useful, 52 readings)
Loch Fyne is a nationwide chain of seafood restaurants, originally from Scotland it has become an institution in the UK. We recently visited the venue in Chelmsford for an evening and found it to be one of the better restaurants in town. Apparently the restaurant originated from a fresh fish stall on the banks of Loch Fyne and it follows the ethics of freshness and sustainability. There are 47 branches throughout the Uk and as you would expect they serve fresh seafood. The design of the restaurant is fairly simple with nice wooden tables and chairs and bland decoration, the place is fairly large and is definitely a nice place to come for a night ... Read the complete review
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