Loch Fyne - Cobham

Loch Fyne - Cobham


0.5 miles
17 Portsmouth Road, Cobham, KT11 1JF

The newly refurbished Loch Fyne restaurant in Cobham is housed in an attractive, traditional building with a bright and airy interior. An outdoor seating area makes this relaxed venue an ideal choice for al fresco dining during the summer, whether you’re looking to enjoy an evening meal out or a family brunch at the weekend.

Loch Fyne sources its seafood responsibly and sustainably from Scotland, compiling menus using the freshest produce. Shellfish comes straight from the Scottish loch and is fresh and bursting with flavour. A range of brand new menus is available, featuring delectable dishes for every palate, pocket and occasion. You can savour the sea dishes, have a bite from the burgers and buns section or relish mouth-watering meat options. Start with langoustine and salmon ravioli or perhaps salt and pepper squid. Next, tuck into a delicate but substantial main course of seafood ramen consisting of rope-grown mussels, prawns, squid, udon noodles and a fried egg, or push the boat out with whole baked lobster followed by a decadent dessert. The chocolate and burnt banana split – complete with salted caramel sauce, cocoa nibs and ice cream – gets my vote.

Choose from the ever-changing set menu for lunch, available until 7pm, or enjoy early dinner from 7pm from Sunday to Thursday. Should you call in for breakfast, you can look forward to dishes like poached Loch Fyne haddock on an English muffin, topped with a perfectly poached egg, whichcan be perfectly paired with a refreshing Bloody Mary.

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