The team at the popular venue, led by general manager, Christi Pitak, held an exclusive VIP event to mark the refurbishment. Councillor May Haines was one of the first guests to experience the newly refreshed restaurant space and fresh seafood offering, alongside local businesses, valued regular customers and bloggers.
Specialising in providing fresh and sustainably sources seafood, the event enabled guests to sample the best of Loch Fyne’s food and drink offering, whilst being entertained with live music from vocalist Katy Kelly.
Whether ordering from the brunch selection, including lobster benedict with champagne, or from the carefully curated À La Carte menu, offering everything from grilled Scottish king scallops and decadent shellfish platters – the modernised Poole location, with an updated interior scheme and extended bar area, is the ideal setting.
Christi Pitak, general manager at Loch Fyne Seafood & Grill in Poole, was thrilled to showcase the restaurant’s ‘Fyne’ new look, she said: “We had a great evening welcoming Councillor Haines, loyal guests and fellow Poole businesses, who were really impressed by our revamped scheme – the team and I really valued their support for our VIP event.
“Our refreshed interiors and extended bar area have been designed to provide our guests with the perfect surroundings to relax and enjoy the best of what Loch Fyne itself has to offer. We look forward to welcoming new and returning guests very soon!”
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47 Haven Road, Canford Cliffs, Poole, Dorset, BH13 7LH
"We had a great evening welcoming Councillor Haines, loyal guests and fellow Poole businesses, who were really impressed by our revamped scheme the team and I really valued their support."
Christi Pitak, general manager
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