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20 Market Pl., Henley-on-Thames, England RG9 2AH, United Kingdom

Overlooking Henley’s market square, this seafood restaurant is part of an ever-growing chain, with more than 40 locations throughout the United Kingdom. Owned by former oyster farmers Johnny Noble and Andy Lane, Loch Fyne is named after the Scottish sea loch from which most of the restaurant’s seafood is sourced. At this location, housed in a red-brick building beneath the Milsoms Hotel, the dining room is simply designed with white brick walls, blond-wood furniture, and large windows. In addition to oysters, signature dishes include sashimi-style smoked salmon, and moules marinières (mariner's mussels, cooked with white wine, cream, shallots, and parsley).

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Loch Fyne

Overlooking Henley’s market square, this seafood restaurant is part of an ever-growing chain, with more than 40 locations throughout the United Kingdom. Owned by former oyster farmers Johnny Noble and Andy Lane, Loch Fyne is named after the Scottish sea loch from which most of the restaurant’s seafood is sourced. At this location, housed in a red-brick building beneath the Milsoms Hotel, the dining room is simply designed with white brick walls, blond-wood furniture, and large windows. In addition to oysters, signature dishes include sashimi-style smoked salmon, and moules marinières (mariner's mussels, cooked with white wine, cream, shallots, and parsley).