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 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

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 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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Cooked lobster meat on toast
Lobster meat
We sell several grades/formats of lobster meat. This Cornish lobster meat is a top quality version containing a good proportion of nice-size chunks from the tail and claws. Due to the seasonality of lobsters, this is an item which comes...
From £16.50
A bowl of crab and lobster bisque
Lobster bisque
Good thick soups from crab, lobster and crayfish equally ready to provide a quick indulgence or a fancy first course. They’re all in baked beans size tins. Please note these are ’old school - comes in a tin’ soups from Jurgen Langbein,...
From £4.80
Best dressed lobster
Best dressed lobster
Lobster is lovely but even after you’ve cooked it, there’s lots of faffing. So here is a lazy lobster - we’ve split it, removed the yukky bits, transferred the claw and knuckle meat to the head cavity. That makes the perfect dressed...
From £27.30
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Cooked lobster shells
Lobster shells & bodies
Calling all foodies (at any rate, the ones in aprons). These shells are left over from our dressed lobsters, or from langoustines. You can turn them into a great bisque or stock.
From £5.70 £6.60
One large cooked native lobster
Cooked Native Lobster
These are native lobster from Scotland or Cornwall, depending on supplies. These are very popular, but you should consider two alternatives: raw lobster , or (raw) rock lobster tails . Servings : although you can cut any lobster in half...
From £21.90
Whole raw native lobster
Raw lobster
Cooking your own lobster ensures the best culinary experience. And here’s how: take a six-inch deep pan, put five inches of water in it and add enough salt to make an egg float. Bring to the boil, turn to simmer, and put the defrosted...
From £23.00
Two raw rock lobster tails on white board
Rock lobster tails
Food of the gods! Other names for this fish include crawfish and spiny lobster. The rock lobster 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 £13.10
Two cooked lobsters, two rock lobster tails and a pot of fish stock
Lobster Thermidor kit
Contains two traditional clawed lobsters - you need the heads for the visual effect - and two rock lobster tails - as you don’t want to be short of lobster meat for this production! Plus a tub of fish stock. You’ll also need shallots,...
From £55.50
Lobster roll
Canadian Lobster meat
Our American lobster meat is the economy product. This is the meat you want to buy if it is going to be covered in sauce or put into a lobster mac n’ cheese. This lobster meat is cooked Perfect for lobster rolls Lobster meat is a very...
From £18.40
Two cooked american lobsters
American cooked lobster
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 please’. These are cooked and ready to eat. They tend to be smallish - you'll...
From £15.40
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