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Raw Fish

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

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Maguro - sashimi 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 £5.30
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 £21.60
Organic salmon fillet steaks
Organic salmon fillet steaks
These are boneless fillet steaks from Scottish organically farmed salmon. Organic salmon costs more than other farmed salmon and has a more attractive look and taste. A quick visit to an intensive low-cost salmon farm followed by one to...
From £13.70
Dover sole fillets
Dover sole fillets
Skinned and beautifully trimmed Dover sole fillets - your minimum requirement when spending this kind of money. But then, you are getting the primest cut of the primest fish, if you’ll excuse our enthusiasm. Although you need a mortgage...
From £13.80
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 £5.90
Uni - sea urchin roe - sashimi grade
Uni - sea urchin roe - sashimi grade
This is unalloyed sea urchin coral, aka uni. We have seen many versions of uni but this one, from Canada, beats all the others hands down. Our uni comes from the Canadian red sea urchin, the latin name is Strongylocentrotus franciscanus....
From £32.90
Sake - organic salmon back 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 £13.60
Sake - organic 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 £5.10
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Gindara - sashimi black cod
Gindara - sashimi black cod
The fabled black cod from Alaska (also known as sablefish and in Japan as gindara) has always been a great favourite in Tokyo sushi bars, which have long taken the main share of the catch. It has a silky texture and is rich in oils. We...
From £3.20 £4.50
Red mullet fillets
Red mullet fillets
Red mullet is one of the finest fish but specimens large enough to fillet are pretty rare, so - sorry - we are often out of stock. Naturally, this is always cold water red mullet. We don’t use that similar-looking but not-quite-right...
From £11.10
Lemon sole fillets
Lemon sole fillets
The lemon sole will forever live in the shadow of the unbeatable Dover sole. But it’s a fine fish, and you do not need a mortgage to enjoy it. Our fillets are all good-sized restaurant grades. Even our ’small’ are five ounces each, and...
From £13.30
Red snapper fillets
Red snapper fillets
There must be 200 kinds of snapper, including at least 100 red ones. However, as fish guru Alan Davidson said, ’snappers, almost without exception, make very good eating’. We’d agree, particularly if they are grilled or baked. We offer...
From £9.10
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