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
Cornish Monkfish Tails
Range in sizes of 250gs - 4-5kg!
These deep sea anglers some times referred to as “all mouth” and “sea devils” are not the prettiest fish of the lot, but what they lack in looks they most definitely make up for in flavour.
Dense, sweet, firm flesh; monkfish tails are delicious and robust enough to stand up to any preparation or cooking style.
Our Cornish Day Boat Demersal Trawlers and Gill Netters are landing a plethora of sizes. From small males to colossal females grossing tails of up to 5 Kilos!
This sustainable species truly has a size to suit all.
Click the link below to find out what the Cornwall Good Seafood Guide has to say about Cornish Monkfish!!
‘Dayboat’ Cornish Red Mullets
Mainly landed in Plymouth
Available in from in all sizes from 100g-600g.
Red Mullet is an astonishing fish to look at due to its unique bright red skin.
The best time to enjoy Red Mullet is between late May through to early November.
This fish can deteriorate extremely quickly, so is best when caught by an inshore Netter, with its specialist Red Mullet Nets designed to minimalize by-catch.
Red mullet is such a flavourful fish in part due to its high fat content, a very popular choice for chefs looking for a unique taste and texture.
Click the logo below to find Red Mullet on the Cornwall Good Seafood Guide!!
Whole Local Plaice
Mainly landed in Brixham market
Available in sizes from 300gs to 2KG+!
Versatile in style and absolutely delicious. This olive-green flatfish with bright orange freckles, is hitting its seasonal best this time of year.
Landing in an abundance of sizes, from the perfect whole fish serving for one, to jumbos ideal sharing plates and chucky white fillets.
Bottom feeders feasting on small fish crabs and worm, Plaice are a top catch for the beam and demersal trawling vessels fishing the rich Westcountry waters, also showing up in a netter haul every so often.
These sustainable fishing practices are what is keeping the plaice stocks bumper and our country’s kitchens laden with quality fish for years to come.
Click the logo below to see what the Cornwall Good Seafood Guide has to say!
Cornish ‘Line Caught’ Mackerel
Caught using sustainable methods
Available sizes range from 200g to 400g Plus!
We are lucky enough to have dedicated local fisherman who supply us with some beautiful Cornish Mackerel.
Based in Mevagissey, he has a small day boat, using hook line and also gill nets to capture them.
A relation to Tuna, Mackerel is best eaten when super fresh.. like ours! Delivered from ship to plate in 48 hours!
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