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Loch Fyne - Covent Garden

2-4 Catherine Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2B 5JS +44 2077686181

((((* Fish & Seafood
Main course: £12
Food spend: £27
Opening hours
Monday to Thursday: 09:00 - 22:30
Friday & Saturday: 09:00 - 23:00
Sunday: 09:00 - 22:00.

Very good food

Joyce Conroy 06 March 2017
from Cambridge

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Surrounded by historic theatres and entertainment, Loch Fyne Covent Garden features a wide selection of fresh seafood dishes. The colonial style restaurant boasts large windows which offer engaging London views.

Specialising in fresh oysters and shellfish, Loch Fyne restaurants present an abundance of delicious fish and seafood dishes. Favourites include the hot and cold shellfish platters, along with the Loch Fyne moules marinières, or seasonal specials like dressed Cromer crab and pan fried fillet of sea bass with artichoke. Loch Fyne has a vibrant kids menu, and there are succulent, grilled meat dishes for the carnivores.

An elegant wine list beautifully complements the fish and shellfish favourites. All of the seafood at Loch Fyne restaurant is sustainably sourced, either from abundant wild stocks or responsible farming.

Loch Fyne in Covent Garden offers a large private dining room with space for 40 covers. It neighbours the Theatre Royal and Royal Opera House, with Covent Garden Tube Station a 2-minute walk away.

Loch Fyne - Covent Garden

2-4 Catherine Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2B 5JS

Contact +44 2072404999
Reservations +44 2077686181

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Customer reviews for Loch Fyne - Covent Garden

3.9 ((((* (based on 194 reviews)
84% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • dinner (119)
  • lunch (105)
  • value (57)
  • romantic (46)
  • business (36)
  • large parties (31)
  • child friendly (26)
  • entertainment (23)
  • private dining (19)
  • trendy (15)
  • luxury (13)
  • views (6)
  • afternoon tea (5)
  • breakfast (5)
  • al fresco (2)
  • ((((( 17 March 2017 by Harry Cripps from Pyrford

    Catherine Street is a great location to for an "old boys" get together. We usually start at the Marquess of Anglesey for a pint, move on to Loch Fyne for the meal and then down to the Crusting Pipe for a jug or two of port. Yesterday was the same plan.

    At Loch Fyne the menu was as interesting as always (as usual, I started with the oysters - great) and, more importantly, Loch Fyne caters for a group that includes fish lovers and carnivores with an array of starters and mains that were well presented and delicious. Service was variable but with the amount of chatter in a group this may have been our fault! Loch Fyne in Catherine Street always lives up to the promise.

    The after lunch port was pretty good as well.

  • ((((( 6 March 2017 by Joyce Conroy from Cambridge

    Very good food

  • ((((( 5 March 2017 by James Spears from London

    Great location for theatre land, also just after work meetings, I do like to start with a few oysters, the sea food linguine was very nice with a glass of chardonnay to wash it down with, followed by the tangerine glazed torte.

  • ((((( 19 February 2017 by Joan Salamon from London

    As usual nothing to complain about. food and service excellent.

  • ((*** 3 February 2017 by Wendy Heaton from Ashford

    I was looking forward to my visit to Loch Fyne, as I have always found it excellent in the past. However yesterday's experience was rather a disappointment. When we arrived at 12.30 and we're given the menu, we were immediately told that there were no fish cakes duck or chicken. Our options from the lunch menu considerably restricted, I chose the dab, which was very disappointing. It was dry, came with no sauce and accompanied by some rather elderly green salad. Completely tasteless. My husband had the fish finger sandwich, my daughter the gnocchi, both of which were unremarkable. My dessert was crime brûlée which was a touch underdone. On the plus side my daughter 's fish soup was excellent. Service was friendly but a little slow. Not up to the usual standard.

  • ((((( 2 February 2017 by David Littlewood from London

    Great quality food and wine. Freindly staff. Recommended.

  • (**** 24 January 2017 by Charles Gunton from Bournemouth

    Have been very happy with Loch Fyne experiences in the past. Good service and good food. BUT on this occasion was very unhappy. We all got to the restaurant at 5.20 and ordered. My daughter was due back at work in the theatre at 6.20 so she ordered a mains to come out with our starters. our starters came but no mains. We had to chase at 6 as time was getting on. Eventually it arrived but she had to eat it fast and leave. We were due to go to the theatre and our mains did not arrive until about 6.40. Ten minutes to eat them and leave !!!!!!!! Asked for bill but 40 percent re voucher handed in not taken off so more delay !!! Eventually left at 7 and needed to pay for taxi to get us to theatre.

    Another point. First waiter who looked after us went 'missing' so had to collar another waiter to chase problems.

    Would not use this restaurant again.

  • ((*** 23 January 2017 by Ian Arbon from Romford

    Staff seemed to be unable to cope with the rush, when we got our table 30 minutes late we where given a table for two there was three of us, we where made to feel very uncomfortable as we had to wait as a couple paid there bill.
    The food was surved quickly and was very good. For my first time at your restaurant not the best experience.
    Regards Ian Arbon

  • ((((( 22 January 2017 by Lucy Mcglinchey from London

    Excellent food & service. Impressive choice of dishes on the a la carte menu including gluten free. Some good offers available for early diners, sadly these didn't apply to us.

  • ((*** 19 January 2017 by Janet Williams from London

    The decor and the atmosphere and service of the restaurant was good.However the food was very disappointing! My friends had the fish curry which looked dried out and the rice was crispy on the outside as if it had been kept warm under in an oven. I had fish and chips. The fish was lovely, but the chips were hard and greasy and under cooked. The mushy peas were just a green liquid. We were there to celebrate a friends birthday so didn't want to spoil the occasion by complaining. Pudding also very disappointing. We all had the Banana Split, minute blob of half melted ice cream and a very small price of fruit. Best bit was the toffee sauce.

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