Raw Fish

Name it. Find it. (Good as.)

Here's our range of "fin fish"... Not shellfish. Not smoked. But it probably had fins.

  • Choose fillets. A 180g fillet (or 2x90g) will make one largeish serving. Fillets usually contain pinbones unless the fish is quite expensive (eg red mullet) in which case we have removed them or a flat fish (these have few or no pinbones).
  • Or go for on-the-bone - a traditional steak from cutting through the fish like a loaf of bread.
  • Try sashimi - the wonderful world of raw fish!
Name it. Find it. (Good as.) Here's our range of "fin fish"... Not shellfish. Not smoked. But it probably had fins. Choose fillets . A 180g fillet (or 2x90g) will make one largeish serving.... read more »
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Raw Fish
Name it. Find it. (Good as.)

Here's our range of "fin fish"... Not shellfish. Not smoked. But it probably had fins.

  • Choose fillets. A 180g fillet (or 2x90g) will make one largeish serving. Fillets usually contain pinbones unless the fish is quite expensive (eg red mullet) in which case we have removed them or a flat fish (these have few or no pinbones).
  • Or go for on-the-bone - a traditional steak from cutting through the fish like a loaf of bread.
  • Try sashimi - the wonderful world of raw fish!
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Skinless organic salmon fillet steaks
Skinless organic salmon fillet portions
Organically farmed salmon Save a little money against fillet steaks Scottish salmon "Fantastic product", "Just perfect" & "A complete and much better taste than farmed salmon" These are boneless fillet portions from organically farmed...
From £10.30
Fresh conger eel on the bone steaks
Conger Eel Fillet Steaks
The conger eel grows huge (up to 60kgs) and yields generous steaks (pictured) and fillet steaks. Firm flesh and a good sweet flavour make conger eel perfect for a great fish stew or hearty soup. But you can also prepare straightforwardly...
£10.80
Sea bass fillet portions
Sea bass fillet portions
A fillet from a large sea bass give you two thick portions from the front and a thinner one from the rear. This is the thinner one: same fish, same taste, just a touch less luxurious and although it may not seem so at first glance, a...
From £14.80
Lighter coloured herring roe
Herring roe
Unlike other fish, in the case of the herring, it’s the male’s melts - rather than the female’s roes - that are most popular. Nevertheless, herring roes have a few ardent fans. Occasionally, we offer small packs of fresh roe taken from...
£3.90
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