Nottingham is full to the brim with restaurants and right in the heart of the city centre is Loch Fyne; Nottingham’s premier fish and seafood restaurant. Located on King Street just off Upper Parliament Street, it is just round the corner from super club Gatecrasher and sits back to back with the Soulville steakhouse. Its close proximity to the Royal Centre means that it is the perfect venue to enjoy a pre or post-theatre meal.
Loch Fyne is a haven and offers guests a chance to escape the hustle and bustle of the busy city centre and enjoy fresh, exquisitely cooked food. The restaurant is light and airy during the day and inviting and cosy in the evenings. The décor is kept simple and neutral with matching wooden furniture interspersed with a gentle granite bar, whitewashed walls and sophisticated art work on the walls. The dining room is large enough to comfortably host a party , yet small enough to feel intimate. The restaurant also features its own fish counter, tempting diners to pick up their own fish and shellfish and create culinary masterpieces at home.
As a seafood restaurant the menu is densely packed with the freshest flavours of the surf. The menu offers everything you could wish for, from sophisticated starters to hearty mains and indulgent desserts. When available you can expect to see Loch Fyne Oysters on ice, Whitebait with lemon mayonnaise and Thai fishcakes with a sweet chilli and coriander dip for starters. The mains are the real show stoppers, with hearty dishes such as Creamy potato-topped fish pie with salmon, cod and prawns as well as the Loch Fyne Bradan Rost; a kiln-roasted salmon fillet with a punchy whisky and shellfish sauce, and the classic fish and chips; line-caught haddock served with chips, mushy peas and tartar sauce. Those who prefer turf do have a few options to choose for including 21-day aged ribeye steak, duck breast as well as a choice of starters and there is a very limited choice for vegetarians.
Loch Fyne restaurant in Nottingham is a mecca for fish-lovers across the region and is well worth a visit. The set meals and lunchtime offers are incredibly good value and the restaurant looks set to be a favourite for many years to come.