Raw Fish

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Most of what follows is "fin fish"... It's not shellfish. It's not smoked. But it probably had fins.

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Raw Fish

Name it. Find it. (good as.)

Most of what follows is "fin fish"... It's not shellfish. It's not smoked. But it probably had fins.

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Different size cuts of sake back salmon sashimi
Sake - organic salmon back sashimi
Strip(s) of prime skinned salmon from the back, not the belly - ready for you to slice. Less oily than our belly (or chalkstripe) cuts.
From £11.70
A tray bake of prime cod misshapes
Prime cod misshapes
Misshapes are nice pieces of fish that are left over when we make steaks. They’re boneless and skinless. You could cook them up by themselves - just flash fry in butter - or mix a few packs up to make a fish stew or fish pie.
From £6.20
Sliced strip of maguro tuna
Maguro - sashimi tuna
For our sashimi grade tuna, we select the best parts of the best loins of Kihada maguro, or yellowfin tuna (thunnus albacares). The other parts become tuna misshapes at half the price. These prime pieces are then trimmed into inch wide...
From £3.70
Herring melts on toast with parsley
Herring melts
Melts or milts are the roes of male herring, often known as ’soft roe’. Rich and creamy, they literally melt in your mouth and are very good for you as they are full of vitamin D. Occasionally, we offer herring roe (from female herring)...
From £8.80
Two organic salmon fillet steaks
Organic salmon fillet steaks
These are boneless fillet steaks from Scottish organically farmed salmon. The skin has been descaled. Organic salmon costs more than other farmed salmon and has a more attractive look and taste. The flesh is brighter in colour and the...
From £12.70
Tilapia fillet cooked presentation on plate with salad and potatoes
Tilapia fillets
Superb quality skinned fillets from a Taiwanese fish farm. Two matching-sized fillets in the standard pack, six matching in the saver packs. If you happen to find yourself fishing in Thailand, there’s always the chance of bagging a Tilapia.
From £2.50
On Offer
Raw tuna misshapes
Tuna misshapes
Misshapes are nice pieces of fish that are left over when we make steaks. They’re boneless and skinless. You could cook them up by themselves - just flash fry in butter - or mix a few packs up to make a fish stew or fish pie.
From £6.30 £7.00
On Offer
Two red tuna steaks on white paper
Tuna steaks
We have noticed a big improvement in the quality of Asian-processed tuna, and it costs a lot less than when we cut it up ourselves. So put your seatbelt on and consider these amazing prices! These are skinless and 99%-boneless, and we’re...
From £6.10 £7.20
A strip of sake salmon belly sashimi
Sake - organic salmon belly sashimi
A hero from the sushi bar - cuts from the fat-rich belly of salmon (as with meat, fat means flavour). Never tried sushi? Start with one pack of this salmon sushi - it’s sublime. Watch our sushi video .
From £4.20
A pile of whitebait in fried presentation
Whitebait
These whitebait, which are from the Baltic Sea, are between 5 and 10 cms (2-4 inches) long - a big one won’t go in sideways. You get about 80 fish in a pack. Dredge in flour and deep fry for about two and a half minutes. Did you ever try...
From £5.10
Cooked fillet steak of skrei cod
Skrei cod
This is Norway’s finest cod fillet. It’s from large fish which have been line-caught on day boats. But the special feature of Skrei is that the cod is caught in the spring on its long journey to its spawning grounds, so it’s very lean...
From £5.70
Black cod fillet steaks
Black cod fillet steaks
This is unquestionably one of the finest fish in the sea. Also known as sablefish, black cod comes from fisheries in Alaska and Canada which are a fascinating 30-year tale of morality in sustainable fishing. You can read this story here...
From £20.00
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