Summer Arrives at Loch Fyne Restaurants
With a new summer menu and press review invitation
May 06, 2009, Press Dispensary. Loch Fyne Restaurants is launching a fresh menu for summer 09. Featuring mouth-watering seasonal additions and a new ‘grill’ selection alongside the classic signature dishes, the menu has something for everyone. Journalists are invited to visit their local Loch Fyne Restaurant and review the latest dishes.
From the grill, guests can enjoy fresh fish and shellfish as well as a classic rib-eye steak and a ‘Loch Fyne Surf & Turf’ – a fillet steak partnered by an impressively large tiger prawn. The presentation of the grill dishes is eye-catching: the food is delivered on a wooden board with a cup of chunky chips and a choice of béarnaise sauce or homemade mayonnaise.
As part of the company’s policy to source sustainable seafood from the UK, the starters and main courses feature an enticing choice of fish and shellfish from British waters. These include Anglesey sea bass, South Coast lemon sole, South Coast mackerel, Cornish squid and Loch Fyne mussels and scallops. Summer salads with piquant dressings and plentiful seafood platters for sharing complete the new menu.
Prices remain attractive with starters costing from £5 and mains from £8. At lunchtime, several main courses are reduced in price to encourage visitors over the summer.
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Notes for editors
Invitation to review Loch Fyne's summer menu
Journalists are invited to review the new menu at their local Loch Fyne Restaurant. Please contact the restaurant manager or Kathryn Coury, as below, to arrange a complimentary lunch or dinner for two for review purposes.
For a list of restaurants: http://www.lochfyne.com/Restaurants/Locations.aspx
About Loch Fyne Restaurants
Loch Fyne Restaurants began life 30 years ago as a simple oyster shack at the head of Loch Fyne, on the main West Highland road near Inveraray. There are now 48 restaurants nationwide as well as the original Oyster Bar that stands on the banks of the loch.
A key focus for Loch Fyne is environmental welfare, and the company has a reputation as a pioneer in marine protection, working closely with organisations that monitor and protect fish species. Every care is taken to ensure that all products and ingredients used by the restaurants are derived from wild, free range or a sustainable resource.
The oysters and mussels come from beds and ropes in the pure waters of Loch Fyne, while the salmon is sourced from farms with RSPCA freedom food accreditation for animal welfare and quality of produce.
For further information, please contact:
Kathryn Coury, marketing director
Loch Fyne Restaurants
Tel: 07973 306925
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