Fish Type: Fish Deli

Squid Ink Sachet

Squid ink is used by chefs as a flavouring and natural colour for pasta and sauces. It is packaged in 4g packs, allow one per portion. Many of our chefs order squid ink in batch or weeks in advance, because it has a long shelf live. Squid ink is not suitable for freezing.

Origin: Europe

Nutritional information per 100g

Kcal: 76.4
Protein:
5.3g
Carbohydrates:
0g
Sugars:
7.5g
Fat:
1.4g
Saturates:
0g
Salt:
0g

Water: 76.6%

Allergen information: Contains crustaceans

Seafood Salad in Oil

Seafood salad is a traditional mix of octopus, squid, cuttlefish, mussels, shrimps and other seafood, blended with red pepper and sunflower oil. A great side for a summer barbecue or alongside olives and anchovies as appetisers. This food has an extended shelf life of around 3 months.

Origin Europe

Nutritional information per 100g

Kcal: 156
Protein:
14g
Carbohydrates:
2.5g
Sugars:
0g
Fat:
10g
Saturates:
0g
Salt: 
0mg

Allergen information: Contains crustaceans

Lump Fish Roe Black

Lump fish roe is a great garnish for many fish dishes, it can also be used for canapes and in sauces. This one is black in colour.

Nutrition Information per 100g

Kcal: 80
Protein:
9.8g
Carbohydrates:
0.5g
Sugars:
0g
Fat:
3.6g
Saturates:
0.8g
Salt: 500mg

Allergen information: Contains fish/fish products

Lump Fish Roe Red

Lump fish roe is often used as caviar alternative and makes a great garnish for many fish dishes, canapés and in sauces. This one is red in colour.

Nutrition Information per 100g

Kcal: 80
Protein:
9.8g
Carbohydrates:
0.5g
Sugars:
0g
Fat:
3.6g
Saturates:
0.8g
Salt: 500mg

Allergen information: Contains fish/fish products

Crayfish Tails in Brine

Crayfish are the smaller, freshwater relations of lobsters and can be compared to the meat and flavour of a sweet langoustine. These tails are peeled and marinated in a sweet cure brine. This tub produces a drained weight 900g of peeled cooked tails. As well as being an excellent low-calorie source of protein, crayfish are full of brain-boosting Omega3 fatty acids.

Origin: China

Nutritional information per 900g

Kcal: 86
Protein:
19.5g
Carbohydrates:
0g
Sugars:
0g
Fat:
1g
Saturates:
0.4g
Salt:
0.45mg

Allergen information: Contains crustaceans

Caviar (Avruga)

Avruga is the leading caviar substitute available today to caviar lovers, and should not be confused with ‘Lump Fish’ or other mock caviars. Worries for the diminishing sturgeon population as a result of demand for the prized Beluga caviar has seen caviars such as Avruga quickly gain popularity. It is pearlescent black in colour, with taste nuances somewhat supposedly similar to Beluga.

Origin: UK

Nutritional information (per 100g)

Kcal: 99
Protein:
2.8g
Carbohydrates:
5g
Sugars:
0g
Fat:
7.5g
Saturates:
7g
Salt:
103mg

Allergen information:
Contains fish/fish products, molluscs and lactose

Anchovy Fillets in Oil

A 1kg pot of anchovy fillets, cured in oil. These anchovy fillets are ready to eat, and are a great inclusion for a antipasti platter. Due to being stored in oil, their shelf life is nice and long – so you don’t have to eat a kilo at once! Anchovies are a strong source of protein and rich in disease fighting, brain boosting Omega3.

Anchovy fillets cured in garlic oil are also available.

Origin: Europe

Nutritional information per 100g

Kcal: 150
Protein:
19.9g
Carbohydrates:
18g
Sugars:
0g
Fat:
9.7g
Saturates:
2.2g
Salt:
2.6mg

Allergen information: Contains fish/fish products