Clams

"Cockles & mussels" and many more

Molly Malone - what a dear girl. But was she even trying? From the humble winkle (we confess, a mollusc rather than a clam) to the stellar king scallop, we present a galaxy of visual and gastronomic delight.

"Cockles & mussels" and many more Molly Malone - what a dear girl. But was she even trying? From the humble winkle (we confess, a mollusc rather than a clam) to the stellar king scallop, we... read more »
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Clams

"Cockles & mussels" and many more

Molly Malone - what a dear girl. But was she even trying? From the humble winkle (we confess, a mollusc rather than a clam) to the stellar king scallop, we present a galaxy of visual and gastronomic delight.

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Amandes de mer in a sieve and on white surface
Amandes de mer / Dog cockles
The French are so much more poetic about food than us. Amande is French for almond, and the name Amande de Mer literally means almond of the sea. And that’s precisely what you can taste in this quite large clam (about three times the...
From £9.40 £10.40
An arctic surf clam on a rice ball
Hokkigai - Arctic Surf Clams
An interesting addition to our sashimi range. These colourful clams look great included in any sashimi dish, and are a welcome change in flavour from the more mainstream sashimi. These clams have been blanched (boiled very briefly), and...
From £9.90
Gooseneck barnacles
Gooseneck barnacles
Also known as percebes, the gooseneck or goose barnacle is an expensive rarity, chipped off dangerous rocky shorelines by intrepid collectors. At this price you can understand their motivation, so pay up and be grateful! You’ll get...
From £19.50
Raw oyster meat on white chopping board
Oysters - shelled
Not quite the real, live, heavenly thing, but not quite as inconvenient, either. Perfect for kaki furai or Oysters Rockefeller (but we do sell those ready-prepared). Or slip these oysters into a fish pie or a steak and kidney pudding....
From £13.30
Plat des fruits de mer
Plat des fruits de mer
Got something to celebrate? Do it in style with our plat des fruits de mer, which contains eight kinds of shellfish including lobster, mussels, prawns, crab, winkles and brown shrimps. The basic pack is very easy to deal with as...
From £61.10
Cooked shelled mussel meat
Mussels - shelled
We normally offer three kinds of mussel meat. European mussels are small and delicate. New Zealand greenlip mussels are swaggering monsters, often known as giant mussels. These are the two kinds in the picture. Chilean mussels are in...
From £5.00
Four scallops shells
Scallop shells
Add that finishing touch. These are all unchipped, concave shells, scrubbed and boiled clean - so ready to use. They come in two ’interior finishes’ - banded and white. Of course, we also sell scallops. If you were looking for FLAT...
From £4.20
Whole roeless smoked scallops
Smoked scallops
Trendsetting foodies will know all about smoked scallops. Smoking imparts a little bite and a lot of taste: you know it’s a scallop, but it’s a rather different beast. And it tastes gorgeous. Ours are hot-smoked (ie cooked as well as...
From £17.30
Queen scallops no roe
Queens - shelled
The queen scallop or queenie is a smaller cousin of the king scallop. It has the same culinary potential but you get a lot more for your money. Our queens are individually frozen but it must be said, each has a heavy ice jacket. However,...
From £11.10
Two blue abalone from New Zealand
Abalone
The shell of the abalone (it rhymes with baloney by the way, and is also known as ormer) is a nondescript grey-brown outside but with a fabulous mother of pearl inside. You will keep it forever. New Zealand Blue Abalone: These stunning...
From £11.70
King scallops in a baking tray with tomatoes and lemon
King scallops with coral
Big and gorgeously sweet Scottish scallops. They are hand shucked by professionals on the quayside. There are 6 scallops in each pack. They are packed and frozen together. When defrosting, you will have to defrost all 6 at once. Try...
From £23.50
An open cherrystone clam close up picture
Cherrystone clams
These are one of the largest clam species - it’s not unusual to find them 5 inches wide. Reflecting different sizes, they have a bewildering variety of names including quahog (’cohog’), cherrystone, littleneck and more. They’re native to...
From £20.50
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