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In the meantime feel free to browse our other menus within Looe below.
|Gambas Aioli||One of the most popular dishes in seafood restaurants are garlic prawns, or garlic and chilli prawns. The prawns are sliced down the back and butterflied, cooked on a griddle or in a frying pan, after being marinated in olive oil, garlic, herbs or chilli. Served with a garlic mayo dip or sometimes a sweet chilli dip. Not normally served with anything else other than a side salad or salad garnish.||Seafood|
|Oysters||These are still popular in the UK, particularly in designated oyster bars, where you can get a deal on champagne and oysters through some of the chain restaurants. Also served at major sporting events where there are oyster bars (particularly horse racing). Served just as they are in the shell for you to throw back and swallow! Decorated with lemon and parsley on a bed ice. Sometimes served Rockerfeller style (baked with butter, spinach and seasoning, topped with breadcrumbs).||Seafood|
|Lobster||Very popular in the UK as long as your wallet can afford it! Tends to be expensive most of the year but people still love them. There are now restaurants selling lobster and lobster rolls at a far cheaper rate than previously known most of which are part of a chain. Usual way of serving is just simply grilled and covered in garlic and herb butter, but lobster salad with baby potatoes is also popular, and even lobster and chips has become a UK trend. Quite often only the tail is served and accompanied by prawns or scallops.||Seafood|
|Moules Mariniere||Very popular mussel dish, where the mussels are put in a huge pot containing white wine, shallots, garlic and herbs, and are simply steamed until they are cooked. Served in a big bowl with a delicious aroma emanating from the dish, the mussels are usually accompanied by crusty bread to mop up the juices, or sometimes garlic bread.||Seafood|
|Fishcakes||Homemade fishcakes are part of the menu in most fish and chip shops, either cod or salmon in breadcrumbs. Mixed with potatoes and herbs such as chives or parsley, they are pretty tasty. Usually served with chips and a side portion of coleslaw. Ideal for children and quite often at a reduced price for young diners.||Seafood, Fish & Chips|
|Seared Scallops||Another very popular dish are scallops, which are seared for only a minute or so on either side, and then served on a bed of cauliflower puree or roasted cauliflower, and often with the very English black pudding and crispy bacon bits. They are also served with seaweed and a soy dip, following the oriental style. Usually a starter size portion, and can sometimes feature crisped pan fried chorizo instead of bacon.||Seafood|
|Champagne||Champagne and lobster go hand in hand at most of the seafood bars in the UK, with more and more bars opening serving only seafood and champagne. Each restaurant will have their own house champagne, usually priced around £30 a bottle, but offering top class vintage champagnes as well such as Crystal and Louise Roderer.||Seafood|
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