Whole Fish

Extra napkins! finger bowls!

For many fishlovers, there is no finer experience than eating a whole fish. For maximum enjoyment, discard your inhibitions and your knife and fork. Fingers are the answer.

Extra napkins! finger bowls! For many fishlovers, there is no finer experience than eating a whole fish. For maximum enjoyment, discard your inhibitions and your knife and fork. Fingers are the... read more »
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Whole Fish

Extra napkins! finger bowls!

For many fishlovers, there is no finer experience than eating a whole fish. For maximum enjoyment, discard your inhibitions and your knife and fork. Fingers are the answer.

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Canoed sea bass with butter and thyme
Canoed sea bass
Also known as a pocketed sea bass, these fish were filleted by a real knife-artist. He gets all the bones out (except the pin bones) through the back of the fish without disturbing the belly, thus creating a perfect receptacle for...
From £17.80
Two whole turbot on white background
Whole turbot
Make a spectacular centrepiece with a whole baked turbot. True, getting the fillet portions neatly off the bone needs a bit of practice. So why don't you get started with a small fish? (We recommend a pair of Victorian fish servers which...
From £32.20
Whole fresh sturgeon in a basket
Whole sturgeon
A whole sturgeon can be cooked just like a salmon. It’s long - a 2.5kg fish is almost a metre from nose to tail. You will, therefore, have to curl it to get it into your oven. As the head is quite large, we reckon you should allow about...
From £64.90
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