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. Mussels and scallops are the most popular but you should try some of the more unusual items - amandes, abalone and razor clams are easy to prepare and exciting to taste. For committed explorers, we have the gooseneck barnacle. Here are quantities for main course servings: in their shells, 300-500 grams. For shelled meat, think 100-200 grams.

"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. Mussels and scallops are the most popular but you should try some of the more unusual items - amandes, abalone and razor clams are easy to prepare and exciting to taste. For committed explorers, we have the gooseneck barnacle. Here are quantities for main course servings: in their shells, 300-500 grams. For shelled meat, think 100-200 grams.

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White scallop shell
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 £6.00
On Offer
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 £8.40 £9.90
On Offer
Warty Venus Clams
Warty Venus clams
Despite the spectacularly unattractive name, this is a pretty good clam. In France, it's known as the praire and generally considered to be on a par with the palourde. Often eaten raw, with just a squeeze of lemon juice. Has decent-sized...
From £20.90 £26.10
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