Lobster

LobsterThis star of the sea is on the menu of every fine restaurant. We're all familiar with the lobster with claws which comes from around our coasts (and New England) but there are other popular species without claws. These are known as rock lobsters and they usually come from warmer waters, such as the Caribbean. We sell both as well as a several kinds of processed lobster. So if you just want lobster meat, make your choice below. Our Fishopedia has two entries: Rock lobster and Lobster

This star of the sea is on the menu of every fine restaurant. We're all familiar with the lobster with claws which comes from around our coasts (and New England) but there are other popular... read more »
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Lobster

LobsterThis star of the sea is on the menu of every fine restaurant. We're all familiar with the lobster with claws which comes from around our coasts (and New England) but there are other popular species without claws. These are known as rock lobsters and they usually come from warmer waters, such as the Caribbean. We sell both as well as a several kinds of processed lobster. So if you just want lobster meat, make your choice below. Our Fishopedia has two entries: Rock lobster and Lobster

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Rock lobster tails Rock lobster tails
Food of the gods! Other names for this fish include crawfish and spiny lobster. The lobster tail has no claws, so we sell just the tail. Unless you’re dead set on the visual spectacle of a traditional lobster with claws, rock lobster is...
From £18.30
Coldwater rock lobster tails Coldwater rock lobster tails
Cold water spiny rock lobster tails MSC certified sustainable fishery From the most remotely inhabited island in the world These cold water spiny rock lobster tails come from Tristan Da Cunha. The island is the most remote inhabited...
From £12.70
Cooked American lobster Cooked American lobster
Good value whole lobsters Cooked and ready to eat Imported from USA and Canada Fancy a New England or Canadian lobster? A vast lobster industry there exports all over the world and Americans abroad tend to insist on ’Maine lobster if you...
From £22.00
Whole raw blue lobster Raw Native lobster
Our suggested lobster recipe: Lobster thermidor Ideal main course serving size for one - 600g Claw may be detached (but not missing) Cooking your own lobster ensures the best culinary experience. And here’s how: take a deep pan, put five...
From £101.90
Canadian Lobster meat Canadian Lobster meat
This lobster meat is cooked Perfect for lobster rolls Lobster meat is a very seasonal product and will be out of stock at points throughout the year Our American lobster meat is the economy product. This is the meat you want to buy if it...
£39.00
Our best dressed lobster on a plate with new potatoes and salad Dressed lobster
100% lobster - no sauce Generally, we use Canadian lobsters for dressing Perfect to help you get a head start on making your lobster thermidor Lobster is lovely but even after you’ve cooked it, there’s lots of faffing. So here is a lazy...
From £37.00
Raw American lobster Raw American lobster
There's a gigantic lobster industry on the coast of New England and eastern Canada which produces reliable lobsters in every category including raw, cooked, fresh, frozen and meat of every grade. Most of this feeds US gourmets (and...
From £18.90
Lobster thermidor Lobster Thermidor
Our lobster Thermidor is a classic French take dish of lobster meat cooked in a rich and creamy white wine sauce, stuffed back into a lobster shell. Using a mixture of gruyere and cheddar cheese with a parmesan crumb topping will provide...
From £28.00
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