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Wild Halibut on-the-bone steaks
Wild Halibut on-the-bone steaks
Although this halibut is "on the bone", the bones are not isolated pin bones lurking to catch you unawares. After cooking, the meat lifts off the bone with a minimum of fuss. These hand-cut steaks are usually "square" but occasionally we...
From £30.80
Farmed Halibut on-the-bone steaks
Farmed Halibut on-the-bone steaks
Although this halibut is "on the bone", the bones are not isolated pin bones lurking to catch you unawares. After cooking, the meat lifts off the bone with a minimum of fuss. These hand-cut steaks are usually "square" but occasionally we...
From £25.70
Fillet steaks from wild halibut
Fillet steaks from wild halibut
Cut from wild fish weighing 20-40kgs each - such a fish is around four feet/1.25m long and yields ridiculously sumptuous fillets. Two steaks per pack. The two steaks in any one pack will always match in terms of their shape. However, if...
From £32.80
Smoked halibut
Smoked halibut
Our farmed halibut supplier, Gigha, recently started to smoke its own fish. The result is superb. It is thrilling to quote Alain Roux of the Waterside Inn: ’I am a complete convert to Gigha smoked halibut. I recently offered this to...
From £9.20
Fillet portions from halibut
Fillet portions from halibut
These are the slightly less luxurious cuts from our farmed halibut. Basically, they’re half an inch thick instead of the three-quarters of an inch which you’ll get from the fillet steaks. From the same fish. Save at least 20%.
From £8.60
Fillet steaks from halibut
Fillet steaks from halibut
Superb sustainable halibut from the beautiful Hebridean island of Gigha.
From £13.90
Halibut tail piece
Halibut tail piece
Halibut tail pieces are great for roasting in the oven. The skin and the bone will aid in keeping the meat moist. We would still recommend cooking the joint in foil with some lemon juice and other ingridients of your choosing.
From £14.40
Halibut misshapes
Halibut misshapes
Misshapes are nice pieces of fish that are left over when we make steaks. They’re boneless and skinless. You could cook them up by themselves - just flash fry in butter - or mix a few packs up to make a fish stew or fish pie.
£6.90
Whole halibut
Whole halibut
Feeling ambitious? Extravagant? Got a big oven? Failing that, your barbecue should suffice. Roast a whole halibut. A three kilo fish will feed ten people well.
From £106.00
Hirame - sashimi halibut
Hirame - sashimi halibut
Halibut - known as hirame in Japan - makes fascinating sashimi. Different parts of the body present varying blends of oiliness and crunchiness. Flap muscle is oily, and often crunchy too. Main body flesh is less oily and not crunchy....
From £5.60
Halibut engawa sashimi
Halibut engawa sashimi
From large halibut weighing 40kgs or more. Engawa is the fin muscle from a large halibut. Halibut engawa has a pleasingly crunchy texture, combined with an inimitable, oil-rich taste. But you may be in for a small residue of latex-like...
From £12.30
Fillet portions from wild halibut
Fillet portions from wild halibut
Halibut fillet portions are from those parts of the halibut where the flesh is not quite thick enough to qualify as a steak. So you’re going to get something perhaps more the dimensions of a (substantial) cod fillet than the absolutely...
From £19.30
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