The Loch & The Tyne is a British restaurant and pub with guest bedrooms in Old Windsor. Spearheaded by Adam Handling, whose restaurant group also includes Ugly Butterfly in St Ives and its flagship, The Frog in Covent Garden. Handling’s focus has always been sustainability, with low-waste practices, vegetable gardens, composting, and solar panels featuring where possible.
Seating up to ten guests, the private dining room at The Loch & The Tyne comes with its own personal chef and waiting staff to ensure your visit is truly special. If the a la carte and tasting menus are anything to go on, the food available is stellar.
The tasting menu at The Loch & The Tyne includes the likes of sourdough with chicken butter, celeriac with apple and dates, halibut with kohlrabi, brown shrimp and caviar sauce, lobster wagyu, salt-aged duck breast with potato cake and a passion fruit tart to finish. The a la carte menu features similar delights, with additions like cheese doughnuts, Orkney scallops with leek and horseradish, prawn linguine with garlic and chilli, fish and chips and the Loch & the Tyne cheeseboard.
Drinks at The Loch & the Tyne include Adam Handling’s own-label English sparkling, alongside a host of unusual cocktails. The gingerbread house features gingerbread-washed Santa Teresa 1796, honey and sparkling wine, while the after eight includes cocoa butter-washed Grey Goose, vanilla, creme de cacao and menthe pastille. Don’t miss the cigar smoked Mezcal Negroni with grilled pineapple Mezcal Amores Cupreata, Antica Formula, Campari and cigar smoke.
The Loch & the Tyne has become renowned for its Sunday lunches, for which the options are beef Wellington, pork belly, fish cake or butternut squash wellington. The mini haggis scotch eggs are also a must. To book the private dining room at The Loch & The Tyne, simply fill out the form on the right.