Loch Fyne

Loch Fyne

British

0.5 miles
55 Walton Street, Oxford, OX2 6AE
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For fans of seafood looking to dine out in Oxford, Loch Fyne stands like a shining beacon on Walton Street. The interior is sleek and stylish, with high ceilings, plenty of light and a mixture of booths and tables – you’re well catered for at Loch Fyne whether you’re looking for an intimate dinner à deux or are bringing a crowd. If you are looking for a place to celebrate, there’s a private dining area for groups of ten to 30 people. With great service, a classy but comfortable setting and a stand-out menu, Loch Fyne is a great choice.

Pop in for lunch and dine from the reasonably priced set menu, which offers two courses for £10.95 and three for £12.95. Perhaps start with potted Scottish peppered mackerel before moving onto king prawn spaghetti. If you feel more comfortable on land, you could start with a hearty bowl of roasted onion and cumin soup, before a main course of confit duck leg. Desserts include a traditional crème brûlée and a selection of delectable luxury ice creams and sorbets.

For a more indulgent affair, kick things off with a glass of Prosecco and fresh oysters before tucking into a starter of salt and pepper squid. For mains, it has to be the whole baked lobster served with French fries that stands out, though the poached smoked haddock with chargrilled creamed leeks, wholegrain mustard and a crispy poached egg is an equally stunning choice. 


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Opening Hours:
Mon:11.30am-10.30pm
Tues:11.30am-10.30pm
Weds:11.30am-10.30pm
Thurs:11.30am-10.30pm
Fri:11.30am-11pm
Sat:9am-11pm
Sun:9am-10pm
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