Tins & Jars

Little tinned gods

Tinned tuna and sardines are ten-a-penny in the supermarket. We don't sell those. Our tinned items are very special: the finest cuts of tuna, superbly prepared selected sardines, livers, pates, shellfish and many other luxury tinned items.

Little tinned gods Tinned tuna and sardines are ten-a-penny in the supermarket. We don't sell those. Our tinned items are very special: the finest cuts of tuna, superbly prepared selected... read more »
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Tins & Jars

Little tinned gods

Tinned tuna and sardines are ten-a-penny in the supermarket. We don't sell those. Our tinned items are very special: the finest cuts of tuna, superbly prepared selected sardines, livers, pates, shellfish and many other luxury tinned items.

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Cod liver on toast
Cod liver
If you were force fed on cod liver oil as a child, you are just not going to get this one. Others (for instance The Primalist) appreciate that cod liver is a real delicacy, often considered a serious alternative to foie gras. They know...
From £2.60
A bottle of clam juice
Clam juice
Clam juice is the broth made from steaming clams (it doesn’t contain clam meat). It’s unknown over here but is in every US supermarket, where they use it as a stock for cooking and also as a cocktail with tomato juice (’Clamato’ - a...
From £4.70
Ortiz anchovy fillets on wooden chopping board with capers and garlic
Ortiz anchovy fillets
Ortiz make the best anchovy fillets - large fillets from the very best catches, trimmed by hand, so they don’t have that ’hairy’ finish of ordinary anchovy fillets. And a lot less salty than you’re used to. In olive oil.
From £4.10
Keta pacific wild salmon roe
Keta, or salmon roe
Keta is a beautiful, bright orange salted salmon roe - also known as saviar - from wild Pacific salmon. Its intense taste means you should use it sparingly. Great for garnish and sushi. Keta comes in a jar and is one of our few products...
From £13.50
Fides pates on crackers
Fides pates from Portugal
Fides is Portugal’s favourite brand of fishy pates. They’re hyper-convenient because they come in packs of four single-serving capsules and you can keep them in your cupboard for ages. The full range when available includes tuna,...
From £2.10
A tin of Ortiz sardines
Ortiz tinned sardines
You can buy a tin of sardines in Aldi for 37p. Even Waitrose have perfectly good sardines for 60p. So how do we get to this price? Answer 1: just try them. Answer 2: superior fish, cleaned by hand, packed in virgin olive oil. Did you...
From £3.80
Mackerel fillets with olives
Mackerel fillets with olive oil
The boldly coloured tin contains two perfect small mackerel fillets in good olive oil with chopped olives - a level a sophistication that belies its humble reputation. A lovely tinned fish to add to our collection of great light bites.
From £3.30
Cockles in brine in a remcan
Cockles in brine
No self-respecting seaside holiday - in the UK at any rate - is complete without a little plastic pot of cockles and a cocktail stick. Here’s the same thing to enjoy at home. Perhaps because the individual pieces are quite small, cockle...
From £3.20
Ventresca de bonito tuna open tin
Ventresca de bonito
This has nothing to do with cheap tinned tuna nor, confusingly, with the tuna known as bonito! ( Tell me more. ) This ’Ventresca’ is the oil-rich belly fillet of the white tuna (also known as the albacore and in Spain as bonito del...
From £9.20
Sea urchin roe paste on a spoon
Sea urchin roe paste
Sea urchins were reputedly served at the wedding of Hercules and Hebe, the Greek Goddess of Youth. This is a paste combining sea urchin roe with salt to create a product with some shelf life. It's in a jar. Serve it with pasta, make a...
From £15.10
Salt cod in a tin
Salt cod in a tin (Bacalao)
What wonderful packaging! This is Naval brand ’bacalhau’ as Mr Nero, its Portuguese producer would call it. His forbears began curing fish in 1680! We call it salt cod and it’s certainly the quickest way to get into this delicacy. No...
From £4.30
Angulas
Angulas
Genuine angulas are as rare as hens’ teeth. However, we recently secured a very small shipment, which arrived by Securicor and is kept in the Fish Palace strongroom. If £10 a mouthful is a bit ambitious, try the surimi angulas. They’re...
From £4.20
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