Sardines

Be it ever so humble, let no-one say the sardine is not one of the finest fish in the sea. The best sardines are undoubtedly from Portugal, which is our mainstay source. Choose our whole sardines or if you really can't abide bones, our sardine fillets. Our Fides sardine pate is perfect for a quick snack. Those Ortiz sardines (in fact from Spain) are shockingly expensive because they're truly superior and the tiny sardinillas are exciting party nibbles.

Be it ever so humble, let no-one say the sardine is not one of the finest fish in the sea. The best sardines are undoubtedly from Portugal, which is our mainstay source. Choose our whole sardines... read more »
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Sardines

Be it ever so humble, let no-one say the sardine is not one of the finest fish in the sea. The best sardines are undoubtedly from Portugal, which is our mainstay source. Choose our whole sardines or if you really can't abide bones, our sardine fillets. Our Fides sardine pate is perfect for a quick snack. Those Ortiz sardines (in fact from Spain) are shockingly expensive because they're truly superior and the tiny sardinillas are exciting party nibbles.

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Fides pates on crackers
Fides pates from Portugal
Fides is Portugal’s favourite brand of fishy pates. They’re hyper-convenient because they come in packs of four single-serving capsules and you can keep them in your cupboard for ages. The full range when available includes tuna,...
From £2.10
A tin of Ortiz sardines
Ortiz tinned sardines
You can buy a tin of sardines in Aldi for 37p. Even Waitrose have perfectly good sardines for 60p. So how do we get to this price? Answer 1: just try them. Answer 2: superior fish, cleaned by hand, packed in virgin olive oil. Did you...
From £3.80
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Cornish sardine fillets in olive oil
Cornish sardine fillets in olive oil
These tasty Cornish pilchard fillets were produced in France using techniques perfected by the Bretons since 1853. The fish were caught one evening by small Cornish vessels using sustainable techniques approved by the Marine Stewardship...
From £2.90
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Cornish sardine fillets in tomato sauce
Cornish sardine fillets in tomato sauce
These tasty Cornish pilchard fillets were produced in France using techniques perfected by the Bretons since 1853. The fish were caught one evening by small Cornish vessels using sustainable techniques approved by the Marine Stewardship...
From £2.90
Butterflied sardine fillet stacks in a pan
Sardine fillets
It is a sad truth, acknowledged even by that breed of fish-lover for whom eating a whole sardine with your fingers is a totemic experience, that some sardine bones are inedible. But not all. Yes, these sardine fillets contain those...
From £3.60
Whole sardines
Sardines
Sardines beg to be eaten with your fingers. They normally come ’entire’ which means with the guts in*, so you’ll have to clean them - it is but a moment’s work. When you’ve done that, try stuffing the sardines with baby spinach and lemon...
From £6.40
Sardinillas as canapes
Sardinillas - Baby Sardines
Top grade hand-prepared immaculate tiny sardines canned in olive oil. We have two brands - the superb La Brujula - about 18 fish, or the more economical fishRjumpin, a little larger - 12 fish per tin - still very good.
From £3.80
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