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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Two whole sea bass fillets on brown paper
Sea bass, fillets
Farmed sea bass fillets from Greece or Turkey. An economical alternative to our wild sea bass, but never quite as large.
From £12.50
Whole plaice and plaice fillets
Plaice fillets
We source top quality large fillets from Holland, where plaice is virtually a religion. We normally offer you a choice between dark side fillets and white side. Dark is more expensive becuase they're heavier and, in our view, tastier. We...
From £7.90
Fresh hand cut cod fillet steaks
Cod fillet steaks - hand cut
This is cod in its Sunday best - you are getting the prime cuts of the fillet - no tail, no flap, no bones. Produced from ultra-fresh cod landed at UK or Icelandic ports then rushed to us for processing. Vac-packed in pairs of matching...
From £6.90
Uni sacs presented on ice in an urchin shell
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 £34.50
Fresh cod roe
Cod roes - fresh
Most widely eaten in the UK in the form of supermarket taramasalata (typically less than 10% cod roe), but the real thing is much more exciting. Poach, then fry for a delicious, rich main course. Or use with spaghetti . Please note that...
From £10.90
A raw cod bullet steaks
Cod bullet steaks - hand cut
Our bullet steaks are a favourite cut of our cod lovers. The bullet steaks are cut from the top of the cod loin. This is the thickest part of the fillet.
From £8.10
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 £13.50
Raw skinless Dover sole
Dover sole - skinless
Ssshh keep it quiet. We like to hold a very small quantity of skinned Dover soles. We have three versions - ’fully-trimmed’ means the fish is headless as well as skinless, ’skinless’ means they still have their heads, 'half skinned'...
From £12.80
Saba mackerel sashimi sliced for serving
Saba - sashimi mackerel
Outer translucent skin removed, leaving the colourful inner skin in place. Deboned and beautifully trimmed. Serve with a good dressing of rice vinegar (sushi-zu). Normally contains 3 to 6 matching pieces. We also sell lightly cured...
From £3.00
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 £5.40
Monkfish misshapes cooking in a pan with butter and chilli
Monkfish 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. If our...
From £8.00
Fresh anchovies on white paper
Anchovies - 'fresh'
What, not tinned? No. And not salted either. Not even filleted. Er, did we mention not cleaned? Don’t worry you can cook and eat them whole if you like. A fantastic flavour experience, straight out of the sea, and not remotely like...
From £3.50
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