Loch Fyne - Edinburgh
The Loch Fyne restaurant in Leith is housed inside what was once a ﬁsh market. Inside, the interior is bright and airy, and the outside seating overlooks the harbour.
Loch Fyne sources its seafood responsibly and sustainably from Scotland, compiling menus using the freshest produce. A range of menus are available, with something for every palate, pocket and occasion. Should you call in for breakfast, you can look forward to dishes like crushed avocado atop toasted sourdough, completed by a poached egg or crispy bacon. Choose from the set menu for lunch or an early dinner for extraordinary value for money – two courses cost just £10.95, and a full three-course meal is only £12.95. Perhaps start with crispy sprats paired with garlic aioli, before tucking into a delicate but substantial main course of king prawn spaghetti ﬂavoured with chilli oil, lemon and garlic. From the main menu, push the boat out with the seafood grill – a feast of salmon, king scallops, mussels, gilt-head bream, king prawns, squid and lobster, accompanied by sautéed potatoes and enhanced by Hollandaise sauce. Those not in the mood for seafood are catered for with the likes of rib-eye steak, and the mushroom and puy lentil burger. To ﬁnish, the glazed clementine tart with a cocoa pastry base and served with a scoop of raspberry sorbet gets my vote.