On the beautiful banks of Loch Fyne, is the equally attractive, former oyster shed, and aptly named, Loch Fyne. If this is a name you recognise from the high street, you are mistaken. This is the Loch Fyne, on Loch Fyne!
Now that that’s cleared up, Caperberry was invited to review this oyster bar and restaurant on the journey back through the Highlands. Loch Fyne has always been famed for it’s oysters and these are still a highlight…
We decided to share a fruits of the sea, which included these sweet treats.
The interior is clean, casual and buzzing with seafood lovers. Like a simple frame for a masterpiece, Loch Fyne is unstuffy and understated. You can’t hide behind a fruits de mer (although in this case you physically could!) freshness is key and Head chef Callum Hall is passionate about fine, fresh ingredients with provenance.
Every component sang and a bottle of seriously chilled white cleaned the palate between juicy morsels. There are a lot of fish restaurants with bold claims of freshness and sourcing. This however is one that can prove it.
GO TO: lochfyne.com
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