Loch Fyne - York
The interior of Loch Fyne in York echoes its days as an ironmonger’s and has been restored using original materials, creating a bright and airy restaurant. There’s an emphasis on fresh ingredients, a range of exciting and diverse dishes, and of course, sustainably sourced seafood, which often comes from the loch itself.
Pop in for lunch and dine from the reasonably priced set menu, which offers two courses for £10.95 and three for £12.95. Start with potted Scottish peppered mackerel before moving on to 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 traditional crème brûlée and a selection of delectable luxury ice creams and sorbets.
For a slightly more indulgent affair, kick things off with a glass of Prosecco and some fresh oysters before tucking in to a starter of salt and pepper squid from the main menu. For the main course, 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. All this, combined with attentive service and top-quality ingredients, means Loch Fyne’s popularity is always growing.