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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...


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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Whole Mussels

£6.40
Mussels | Reheat
Scallops | Raw
Clams | Cooked
Scallops | Reheat
Whelk | Cooked
Shellfish platter | Cooked
Clams | Blanched
Winkles | Cooked
Cockles | Cooked

Oyster Meat

£13.70
Oyster | Raw
Scallops | Raw
Mussels | Cooked
Scallops
Scallops | Cured
Scallops | Raw
Mussels | Cooked
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