Loch Fyne - Egham

Loch Fyne - Egham

British

0.5 miles
5-6 High Street, Egham, TW20 9EA
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The spectacular menus at Loch Fyne in Egham promise the freshest, finest seafood dishes alongside a compelling selection of meat and vegetarian options – there is something for every taste at this versatile eatery. Provenance is high on the agenda, so the produce used in the dishes is of the highest quality and also fished or farmed responsibly.

Kick-start your feast with Loch Fyne tequila and lime, or beetroot and horseradish oysters, before sampling chargrilled aubergine rolls, beautifully complemented by goat’s cheese, a red pepper tartlet and pesto. For the main event, look no further than star dishes of roasted cod Malabar curry and niçoise salad. These feature beside sumptuous desserts like vanilla cheesecake with passion fruit ganache. Alternatively, look to the lunch and evening set menus for great value. If you’re stopping by for breakfast – served until 1pm – you can anticipate full English breakfasts and Loch Fyne smoked salmon.

Inside, the restaurant is decorated with wooden floors, stylish art and an attractive bar area that’s perfect for pre-dinner drinks. Situated just off Junction 13 of the M25 in the quiet town of Egham, Loch Fyne is easy to reach and convenient for working lunches, family get-togethers and intimate dinners à deux.


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