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Lunch At Loch Fyne Review October 2016



 
 
 
The October set menu offer the choice of Potted Scottish Mackerel, Loch Fyne Fish Soup, Smoked Chicken Terrine or Roasted Butternut Squash & Field Mushroom Salad, We opted for the fish soup which was superb and the Smoked Chicken Terrine served with Caesar salad and Croutons was again excellent.
 
For the main I chose the Whole Grilled Sardines however I was disappointed that unfortunetly the sardines were finished, I was offered a very nice fish alternative, my husband chose the Scottish Grown mussels in cream white wine garlic and herb, again spot on, there was also smoked salmon in puff pastry, confit Duck Leg or flat iron Steak (£3 supplement) for vegitareans there was Mushroom and Puy Lentle Burger on the set menu “Mains”
 
All the above was just £10.95 for 2 courses or £12.95 for 3.
 
You could choose one of the following desserts Crème Brulee, Peanut Butter Cheese cake or Judes luxury Ice creams and sorbets Not only are the surroundings in this historic part of Bristol a must visit destination but the décor and ambience of this listed  beautiful building that is the home of Loch Fyne really makes for an enjoyable hour, I must give Manager Lee Morgan and his waitress Juatip Meldrum 10 out of 10 for not efficiency and friendliness but it really made the lunch even more enjoyable.
 
I thoroughly recommend you give them a visit..


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