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Loch Fyne logoLoch Fyne £10 off £30Print voucher or show on smartphone. Excl Fri & Sat

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Register online with Loch Fyne and get a voucher that gets you £10 off a £30+ spend. Simply print the voucher or show it on your smartphone at the restaurant to get the discount.

The voucher's valid Sunday-Thursday, when dining from the á la carte menu. There are a few exclusions, see 'more info' below for details.

More info

The voucher's not valid with set menus, the Christmas party menu, breakfast and lunch menus or any special events. Not valid on Father's Day. 

Not valid at the Loch Fyne Oyster Bar, Cairndow, or at Twickenham on rugby match days. For London Gracechurch Street, the voucher can only be used after 3pm on weekdays only. 

It's one voucher per table for a maximum of six people. Not valid with Loch Fyne Friends card or any other offer or promotion. 

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