So it's a blowy Tuesday in Milton Keynes and I decided to try Loch Fyne Oyster Bar. Ironically I remember when Johnny and Alan first opened the shop at Loch Fyne and Johnny gave me my first oyster knife which I still have.
I digress....Set menu £14.95 for 2 courses with a glass of wine £16.95 for 3 courses
Cullen Skink for starters nice quite peppery and I think the potato was added later not cooked with, could also have been half the size if spud. Some might say the bowl was small, I would disagree, Cullen skunk is a meal in itself so this was right.
Megrim sole and twice cooked chips.
Sole a good size, good taste dusted with butter and salt crystals. The salt crystals could give someone a nasty surprise, try Maldon flakes. A little more butter would have been nice.
Chips ....I bang on about treble cooked but these are the best I have had in Milton Keynes.
House Chardonnay just right not too sweet
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