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 Native Lobster
Range in sizes of 500gs - 2kg!
Cornish Lobsters are some of the best in the world are arguably caught by the most sustainable of methods.
Our ‘Pot Caught’ lobster are fished for in ‘Port Isaac’ just a few miles away from us and delivered to us daily by a few of our local fishermen.
Lobster stocks are strong and we are lucky to have the National Lobster Hatchery only a few miles away in Padstow, where thousands are released as juveniles each year.
Click the link below to find out what the Cornwall Good Seafood Guide has to say about Cornish Lobsters!!
Mainly 'Net Caught' from Newlyn
Available in from in all sizes up to 10KG!
Turbot are a large flat fish which are very much prized as the ‘King of the Sea’ and are popular menu protein for chefs across the globe.
The turbot is a fast-growing and very powerful predator, which gives it its beautiful looking, tasty, meaty flesh.
They are a relatively rare species that come into season after the spring months, and are brought into Ports in Cornwall and Devon from vessels using various fishing methods; Day boat netters, Demersal and beam trawlers.
Click the logo below to find Turbot 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.
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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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