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24 April 2014
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Loch Fyne Gracechurch Street

77-78 Gracechurch Street, London EC3V 0AS

£37.00 Fish Monument, Tower Hill, Aldgate

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  • Wine: £13.95
  • Champagne: £34.95
  • Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-9pm

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Loch Fyne bucks the trend among national chains by offering a food & wine experience well above its high-street station. Selections from its recent menus such as hake with samphire, smoked salmon ‘sashimi-style’ with wasabi & soy, or ‘bradan rost’ with couscous salad, mango & coriander are dishes you might expect in flash big-city eateries – not in simply attired, accessible town-centre restaurants where ‘the food is reasonably priced & generously served’. This chain also caters for more traditional tastes, witness whitebait, mackerel pâté, fish & chips or fisherman’s pie alongside the group’s raison d’être – sustainably sourced oysters, mussels & langoustines from Loch Fyne itself. Most of the globetrotting wine list is available by the glass, with credible, fish-friendly pours including Albariño & Grüner Veltliner.

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  1. Loch Fyne Gracechurch Street

    77-78 Gracechurch Street, London EC3V 0AS
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    Garry B.

    Lunch

        (14)

     
    • Food & Drink: 8
    • Service: 8
    • Atmosphere: 7
    • Value: 8

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  2. Loch Fyne Gracechurch Street

    77-78 Gracechurch Street, London EC3V 0AS
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    Mark D.
      Silver Reviewer  (10)

     
    • Food & Drink: 7
    • Service: 6
    • Atmosphere: 6
    • Value: 7

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  1. Loch Fyne offer an online seafood and larder ordering service and is probably best known for the oysters that they grow naturally in the waters of Loch Fyne, Scotland. Loch Fyne works closely with the Marine Conservation Society and uses only sustainable methods for farming. The oysters feed on plankton and no artificial feed is used. In addition to the oysters, Loch Fyne also farm a variety of fish, again using only sustainable methods. Their fish stocks are also topped up by their wild fish catches that are landed from the waters off Cornwall and the South-West...
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