Cobia

Cobia is a new fish to our range and indeed pretty new to mainstream cuisine. It's found in warm waters and grows to an impressive size - the world record specimen weighed in at 78 kilos. After a slow start in farming 20 years ago, volumes are beginning to grow and because it is farmed well offshore, the ecological impact is favourable compared with say, salmon. We have sourced some excellent large fillets which we cooked and enjoyed. A creamy flesh with big flakes which hold together well.

Cobia is a new fish to our range and indeed pretty new to mainstream cuisine. It's found in warm waters and grows to an impressive size - the world record specimen weighed in at 78 kilos. After a... read more »
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Cobia

Cobia is a new fish to our range and indeed pretty new to mainstream cuisine. It's found in warm waters and grows to an impressive size - the world record specimen weighed in at 78 kilos. After a slow start in farming 20 years ago, volumes are beginning to grow and because it is farmed well offshore, the ecological impact is favourable compared with say, salmon. We have sourced some excellent large fillets which we cooked and enjoyed. A creamy flesh with big flakes which hold together well.

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Cobia belly sashimi - a thin strip
Sugi - sashimi cobia belly
Sashimi grade Cobia, cut from the belly of the fish. Its high fat content makes it a valuable newcomer for sashimi.
From £6.20
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A raw cobia fillet steak
Cobia Fillet Steaks
Cobia is an emerging farmed fish. Let's hand the floor to Brian O Hanlon, who has a lot of money riding on it..."kind of like Chilean Sea Bass meets Swordfish. It is incredibly versatile and you can do just about anything with the fish....
From £12.00 £13.30
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