What to buy now
The fruits of the ocean change day by day, week by week. Browse below or give us a call and we’ll guide you personally through what to buy now and what to buy next.
Fish of the week
Locally Landed Red Gurnard
Sizes from 500 Grams to 2kg!
Robust and Unique
Beautiful Red Sea Robins!
Outstanding quality for the next few months, The Red Gurnard is a exquisitely robust and versatile fish.
Not so long ago they were thrown back overboard or used as bait but in the past few years their unique game like texture and firm flesh is growing in popularity amongst the culinary elite.
Caught in nets by small day boats Gurnard is mainly landed in Brixham and Plymouth.
Click the link below to find out what the Cornwall Good Seafood Guide has to say!!
St Austell Bay Deep Sea Mussels
Available in 2kg or 5kg nets
Grown offshore, the deep sea mussel thrive in the rich Gulf Stream around the Cornish coast. This pioneering way of growing mussels means that they have inadvertently created a brand new aqua-culture which supports other marine life.
The clean water and nutrients ensures a perfect growing environment for the mussels.
After three years of patiently waiting the results are fantastic – impeccably large meats with beautiful clean black shells and a perfectly distinctive flavour.
Little to no prep required, these bad boys are near enough pan ready and quite simply the best the Cornish coast has to offer.
Click the logo below to find Mussels on the Cornwall Good Seafood Guide!!
DAY BOAT CORNISH BRILL
Mainly landed in Plymouth and Brixham
Available sizes 2/3 Kilo - 3/4 Kilo and 4+!
Brill has been great all year and are going better! They will be stunning in the coming months of April May and June.
A similar fish to the King Turbot, Brill stand out with their firm flesh and sweet flavour.
Gill netting these glorious fish is the most sustainable method of capture,
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Cornish Line Caught Cod
Caught using sustainable methods
Available sizes ranges from 5kg to 10kg
The Cod prefer a cooler climate, and the cool waters off Cornish coast at this time of the year is the perfect location for these predatory fish.
In Cornwall Cod stocks have massively benefitted since the introduction of the ‘Cod Box’ which is a seasonally closed off area on the North Coast of Cornwall.
It was brought in by local Cornish fisherman to protect breeding stocks during the early spring breeding season.
Renowned for its versatility, the bright white flesh of the ‘Cornish Cod’ lends itself to a myriad of different dishes and styles.
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