Important information regarding our membership referral programme

24 April 2015 - 2:43pm

Dear customer,

Our membership rewards programme has been subjected to criminal action and we are very sorry to inform you that we have had to suspend the website’s referral programme temporarily. This is because the company is being subjected to the fraudulent sale of imitation “Free dining” vouchers on the internet and there is currently no way to differentiate in the restaurant between real and fake vouchers.

At the moment we are aware of sales of the fake vouchers taking place on Ebay.


Weekend Brunch at Loch Fyne

16 April 2015 - 11:29am

weekend Brunch is a time for decadence

Gourmet Beans on Toast - Our gourmet baked beans are infused with chilli, onion and herbs, stirred into sliced chorizo and spooned over thick-cut buttered toast, topped with a delicately poached egg and streaky bacon. Not your average beans on toast is it?

Now we’ve whetted your appetite, why not try our:

Loch Fyne Porridge - Our rolled oats and warmed milk with a generous drizzle of thick, sticky honey really sets you up for the day ahead.


Your Local Fishmonger

22 January 2015 - 2:09pm

As well as enjoying your favourite seafood treats in our restaurants, our produce is available for you to purchase from our fish bar and take home. We have lots of fresh seafood products available, many of which are still delivered daily fresh from the Loch. Our products are great value, we source and stock the best quality fish available from sustainable farmed and wild stocks. 


Raise a Toast to Rabbie Burns

5 January 2015 - 4:24pm

Join us on Sunday 25th January for our Burns Night celebrations and enjoy 3 courses for £26.95.

The deliciously Scottish Burns Night menu includes dishes such as Cullen Skink, Haggis, Neeps and Tatties, Sirloin Steak and Clootie Pudding with Drambuie Cream.

View the menu here.


Skipper's Catch

16 July 2014 - 4:24pm

At Loch Fyne we care about where our seafood is sourced, we'd like to introduce you to Alan Steer and his team who fish for our Devon crabs.

Alan Steer is a third generation fisherman who fishes for pot-caught Devon crabs on the 45-foot boat Superb-us out of the historic Devon port of Dartmouth

Alan fishes about an hour’s sailing time from Dartmouth, two or three miles south of Start Point. He has 10 rows of pots permanently at rest on the seabed at about 60-metres, which is deeper than many Crab fisheries and he thinks this may account for the quality of his shellfish.


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