Having reopened as Little Rose in January, the restaurant formerly known as Loch Fyne is located on Trumpington Street in Cambridge – opposite the Fitzwilliam Museum.
The exterior of the building has been completely remodeled and the new entrance leads to the new patio area of The Little Rose, which has been decked out and enhanced with garland lighting.
Inside, the old bar has been replaced with a new space, complete with a tiled bar front, while the restaurant area has also been revamped, with new wood paneling featuring a floral pattern.
The restaurant is certainly very attractive and, having arrived at 5:30pm, we imagined it wouldn’t fill up until later – how wrong we were. In almost no time, the entire space was overcrowded.
The menu mainly consists of seafood dishes but there are also plenty of other options available. To start we had the Thai prawn toast to share, which was amazing, then I chose the smoked salmon from the starter menu, which was beautifully presented over Scottish apple muffins and with pickles and yogurt sauce.
It was as good as it looked, the apple added a really fun flavour. My wife chose the roasted Jerusalem artichoke and mushroom soup, which she loved. Despite not liking the mushroom, I sampled it and reacted positively.
When it came to the main course, my wife had the rib-eye steak, which came with beef fillet, roasted shallots and truffle butter, while I went, after some deliberation, for the herb-roasted chicken breast, gnocchi and peas which came in a smoky pancetta broth.
Often in restaurants I tend to seek out elaborate sauces, slightly unfamiliar combinations and dishes with fancy names, but there was just something wonderful about the relative simplicity of this dish, and the gnocchi and broth really added to the overall taste – so much so that no sauces were needed. other. My wife also very much enjoyed her steak.
[Read more: Loch Fyne restaurant and bar in Cambridge reopens as The Little Rose]
Pudding-wise, I had the chocolate mousse, with cherries and crunchy cocoa beans and my wife had the grilled plum pavlova, served with honey and mascarpone cream. We both agreed that our selections were the perfect way to complete a first class meal.
To learn more about Little Rose, visit littlerosecambridge.com.
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