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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.

Good to know about Loch Fyne Chelmsford

Average Price
££££ - £30 - £49
Alfresco And Views
Outside seating

Location for Loch Fyne Chelmsford

109 - 111 Bond Street, Chelmsford, CM1 1GS

01245 293620


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2 Reviews

Mr. Nick A

Fishing for compliments!
23 February 2014
This was our first visit for some months to one of the few specialist fish restaurants in the area, and we were pleased to see that the key elements of dinner at Loch Fyne in Chelmsford remain unchanged. The small bar area, where, as we were early, our party of four, elected to have drinks first, is hardly cosy, but comfortable enough although we were disappointed to learn from the friendly bar staff, that draught beer was no longer available. We asked to see the menus at the bar and after one reminder they arrived. The menu remains reassuringly the same, other than the very limited selection of ‘Specials’ and the wine list is reasonably varied and priced. We all chose different starters as well as mains and ordered our wine, a well priced Muscadet Sur Lie, while at the bar too as past experience has shown us that at busy times the bar sometimes struggles to cope. We were take to our table and after a slight wait our wine arrived, although it took three requests before we received a jug of tap water and glasses. There was general agreement that the all the food was of a good quality and well presented and certainly my main course of smoked haddock on a bed of colcannon topped with a poached egg was as excellent as usual. Towards the end of the meal, deserts f(or three of us) coffees and brandies were served promptly, as we requested and, despite it not being advertised an ‘Irish Coffee’ was also produced with a minimum of delay. The bill of around £45 per head, including pre-dinner drinks and service was, we all felt, reasonable and the service freindly and efficient. We will certainly be back and hope to find as few changes as on this visit, to what is a tried and tested formula.
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Ms/Mrs. Dee Dee H

16 July 2010
I've from Texas and have been enjoying your resturant for about 1 year. The food is excellent, especially the oysters, very different taste. The service is excellent and the waitstaff are great and very friendly. The prices are a bit high, but a nice treat when we do dine there. The bread is awesome!!! Thank you.
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