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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Scallop quarters
Scallop quarters
These are scallops that didn’t make it whole through the shelling procedure. They’re from top class Scottish scallops, which were pretty damn big to start with, so a quarter is still a genuine mouthful. And at a much lower price than...
From £5.00
Two whole raw herrings
Herring - whole
Herring has a great flavour and is exceptionally good for you, being full of useful oils. True, it’s not short of small bones, but with a little experience and care, you’ll be lifting the flesh off the bones without a second thought....
From £7.00
Fillet steak of gigha Scottish halibut
Fillet steaks from halibut
Halibut has long been the king of the flatfish. In the wild they grow to over 100kg and yield beautiful, white, oily, flavoursome fillets. But, because of their prestige the wild stocks have been pressured and thus the requirement for an...
From £23.70
On Offer
Freshwater eel steaks cut on the bone style
Freshwater eel steaks
’The queen of palate pleasure’ is how Izaak Walton described the eel. True, he liked most fish - but this was a special accolade. Ours are fine freshwater eel from Ireland or Holland - normally farmed, these days. They have been cleaned...
From £6.20 £8.20
On Offer
Whole freshwater eel on ice
Freshwater eel - whole
Eel gives some people the shudders, but it has a wonderful, rich meat. ’Sometimes, I think it’s my favourite fish’ said fish guru, Jane Grigson. Our eels are normally farmed eels from Ireland or Holland. We also offer steaks of eel and...
From £4.50 £5.90
Mahi Mahi with a breadcrumb crust
Mahi-mahi fillet steaks
This wonderful name is from Hawaii, but in fact this fish is known in all warm seas world-wide. Elsewhere you might have come across it as lampuki, lampuga, dorado or dolphin fish (although it’s nothing to do with dolphins). It’s main...
From £14.40
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 £10.70
On Offer
Two raw cod fillet portions
Cod fillet portions - hand cut
This is a very nice piece of fish. It's similar to what we call a fillet steak, but didn't quite make the grade, thickness-wise. But same fish, same flavour. Produced from ultra-fresh cod landed at UK or Icelandic ports then rushed to us...
From £4.50 £5.60
Two dabs in a pan ready to be cooked
Dabs
Dabs have a humble reputation but a celebrity fan in chef Tom Aikens. He gives the dab no less than three outings in his book of fish cookery. We reckon the one with roast artichokes is best, especially if you leave out the garlic. These...
From £3.00
Salmon misshapes in a bowl
Salmon 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 £7.00
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. The belly strips are thinner than the back strips we offer...
From £4.20
Two raw lemon sole fillets on black background flesh side up
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 £14.70
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