Located at the stylish West Village, Loch Fyne Restaurant Bluewater offers a splendid array of seafood specialities in a relaxed and spacious setting with space for al fresco dining. Established by two oyster enthusiasts, it has made its mark with fresh sustainably sourced seafood, much of it from the loch itself.
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 mussels, which are harvested only when in season. Luxurious main dishes span from the classic crispy scampi with twice-cooked chips, to recipes with an international twist, like hake katsu curry, and whole roast sea bass with salsa verde. 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.
At the Bluewater Shopping Centre, Loch Fyne Restaurant is easily accessible from the A226 or is a 5-minute drive from Stone Crossing Rail Station.
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- breakfast (1)
- business (1)
- child friendly (3)
- dinner (3)
- large parties (1)
- lunch (4)
- private dining (1)
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20 July 2019
the food was great the fish in particular was so soft fresh it just melted in you mouth. the grandchildren meal was fish finger the fish fingers were fresh fish. an overall great experience.
7 June 2019
Excellent food and brilliant atmosphere! Staff were very attentive fish and chips good as was the fish curry
10 May 2019
Good, a little slow with drinks but good
4 May 2019
Thoroughly great birthday lunch with my family. Everyone enjoyed their food and the service was excellent.
26 February 2019
Loved it here. First time going and it won't be the last. Staff was very helpful. Food was excellent.
2 December 2018
Good selection of food well presented always stop off in there for some oysters whenever I’m in the area