Sashimi

The wonderful world of raw fish.

You don't have to go to the sushi bar to enjoy the finest raw fish. We're proud to say that the range below attracts many Japanese customers. Please note that the fish offered here is not specifically cut for nigiri. If you plan to make nigiri, we suggest you consider using our fillet steaks

The wonderful world of raw fish. You don't have to go to the sushi bar to enjoy the finest raw fish. We're proud to say that the range below attracts many Japanese customers. Please note that... read more »
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Sashimi

The wonderful world of raw fish.

You don't have to go to the sushi bar to enjoy the finest raw fish. We're proud to say that the range below attracts many Japanese customers. Please note that the fish offered here is not specifically cut for nigiri. If you plan to make nigiri, we suggest you consider using our fillet steaks

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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 £4.60
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 £4.00
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 £4.10
On Offer
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 £31.50 £35.90
Sake - farmed salmon back sashimi
Sake - farmed salmon back sashimi
Perfect strips of Scottish salmon cut by an experienced filleter to yield the best strips for sashimi.
From £4.70
On Offer
Saba - sashimi mackerel
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. Lightly cured fillets. Our...
From £2.10 £3.00
Sashimi selection pack
Sashimi selection pack
We have grouped together our top five selling sashimi items and thrown in a few sushi essentials for free. This pack would serve two people as a generous main course or 4 people as a shared starter. Contains 85g Ebi, king prawns 60g+...
£31.30
On Offer
Turbot engawa sashimi
Turbot engawa sashimi
The prized and delicate fin section of a turbot fillet. Quite chewy. Skinned. Availability is intermittent, so if you want some, order it now.
From £4.10 £6.10
Ebi - sushi prawns
Ebi - sushi prawns
20 superbly-prepared sushi prawns per tray - cooked, peeled (tail is left on) and then butterflied - to make the perfect filling for a tiger eye or nestle carefully on your nigiri. But you don’t have to be a sushi-fan to appreciate Ebi....
From £12.70
Abura-sokomutsu - Sashimi Escolar
Abura-sokomutsu - Sashimi Escolar
Sashimi cut from the best segments of escolar fillet. This fish has a very high oil content. Eat in moderation - we recommend no more than 170g per person. And we should tell you that following a dreadful incident in a Tokyo restaurant...
From £5.10
Hamachi - sashimi yellowtail kingfish
Hamachi - sashimi yellowtail kingfish
The sweet rich flavour of yellowtail is very popular in Japanese sushi bars, where it is known as hamachi. We are selling skinless boneless strips, which you will slice yourself for final presentation.In search of yellowtail collars...
From £7.40
Cobia Sashimi - Sugi
Cobia Sashimi - Sugi
You never came across Cobia in a sushi bar? (Even under its Japanese name, sugi?) That's because it's a newcomer. It's rare in the wild but cobia farming has taken off in recent years. Its high fat content makes it a natch for sashimi.
From £3.40
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