Loch Fyne - Bath

Loch Fyne - Bath


0.5 miles
MIlsoms Hotel, 24 Milsom Street, Bath, BA1 1DG

Loch Fyne has a reputation for excellence in service and food, and the newly refurbished Bath site is no exception. The restaurant is housed in a landmark Grade II listed building, the grand exterior of which perfectly sets the tone for the elegant but warm ambience inside. Milsoms Hotel, situated just above the restaurant, provides luxury accommodation and superb value for money, making it an ideal location for those hoping to stay in the centre of Bath.

The menu’s emphasis is on seafood, relying on fresh produce that has been responsibly and sustainably fished or farmed. Fresh seafood is delivered every day with shellfish coming in straight from the loch. The menu changes seasonally so diners know that the best possible ingredients are used. Loch Fyne offers a set menu from just £11.95 for two courses and £13.95 for three until 7pm every day. The menu features select dishes from the standard menu, and starters include rich and hearty Cullen Skink and salt cod and potato croquettes served with aromatic saffron aioli. For the main course, you might like to try succulent Scottish rope-grown mussels in white wine, garlic and cream sauce or clam linguine. It’s not all seafood though, as you can also select an excellent flat-iron steak. Desserts include classic crème brûlée and luxurious toffee apple panna cotta, so there’s something to suit every taste.

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