Fish Type: Shellfish

Raw King Prawns

Our king prawns are a farmed shellfish sourced from the Far East and are a block frozen product. We have a range of species and sizes available – contact us for more information.

Nutritional information per 1kg

Kcal: 80
Protein:
20g
Carbohydrates:
25.2g
Sugars:
0g
Fat:
9.54g
Saturates:
3g
Salt:
170mg

Allergen information: Contains crustaceans

King Prawns in Breadcrumbs

A box of 21 to 25 raw king prawns wrapped in crisp bread crumbs. Delivered frozen and ready to be deep fried. Ideal dipping prawns – delicious with fresh homemade garlic mayo. Our king prawns are a farmed shellfish sourced from the Far East.

Origin: Asia

Nutrition Information per 100g

Kcal: 218
Protein:
8.1g
Carbohydrates:
26.6g
Sugars:
2g
Fat:
1.2g
Saturates:
0.7g
Salt:
0.4g

Allergen information: Contains crustaceans

King Prawns – Cooked & Peeled

Cooked, peeled and frozen tail-on king prawns – these are excellent to keep in the freezer and make ideal dipping prawns with fresh mayonnaise. Our king prawns are a farmed shellfish sourced from the Far East.

Nutritional information per 500g

Kcal: 62
Protein:
10.8g
Carbohydrates:
2.8g
Sugars:
0g
Fat:
0.7g
Saturates:
0.5g
Salt:
48.9mg

Allergen information: Contains crustaceans

Crevettes

Our frozen crevettes or ‘cooked king prawns’ are bursting with flavour. Farmed and sourced from the Far East. Available with shell on 10/20, shell on 20/30, and shell on 30/40.

Origin: Asia

Nutrition Information per 100g

Kcal: 99.2
Protein:
22.6g
Carbohydrates:
0.1g
Sugars:
0.24g
Fat:
0.98g
Saturates:
0.2g
Salt: 1.9g

Allergen information: Contains fish/fish products

Slow Hot Smoked River Fowey Mussels

Our slow hot oak smoked River Fowey mussels have been smoked to our own home cure recipe and have won both Great Taste and Taste of the West awards. Our smoked mussels in their shells are available in 1kg packs and are subject to 24 hours’ notice.

Origin: Cornwall, UK

Nutrition Information (per 100g)

Kcal: 11.96
Protein:
2.03g
Carbohydrates:
0g
Sugars:
0g
Fat:
0.25g
Saturates:
0.04g
Salt:
46.11mg

Allegen information: Contains molluscs

Oysters

Our native or flat oysters are indigenous to local waters and have been harvested for hundreds of years, providing an invaluable source of high quality protein. Cornwall is renowned for its Helford oyster fishery that is operated within the river Fal, close to Falmouth.

Super sustainable fishing

This ancient fishery is almost unique, in as much as the only motive power used to catch the oyster is “oar or sail”. The fishery is tightly controlled by the issue of licences, the months of the year, days of the week and hours of the day that fishing is allowed. A minimum landing size also protects immature fish, thereby ensuring the fishery for years to come.Native oysters are in prime condition when there is an “R” in the month; September to April being the winter months when the oyster is plentiful.

Buy native oysters

We recommend waiting for November before putting Helford oysters on your menu, this allows the waters to cool and the oyster to fatten up, producing a plump, fantastic tasting shellfish.

Our Helford (native) oysters are available daily, however we suggest you give us notice (ideally 3 or 4 days) so we can organise fully purified, traceable shellfish for your menu.

How to open or shuck an oyster

Oysters should be opened immediately before serving. Discard any that are not tightly closed. To open an oyster, first fold a tea towel into your left hand. Place the oyster into the towel with the hinge facing towards your left hand. With an oyster knife or any short bladed knife with a strong blade, insert the tip of the blade in to the hinge. By moving the blade side to side the hinge will break open. HOLD THE KNIFE BY THE TIP OF THE BLADE AND NOT BY ITS HANDLE, this will ensure that should the knife slip whilst opening the oyster, you will not cut yourself.

Remove the oyster from its shell, wash in salted water and return it to the shell.

Mussels

Fresh mussels from the River Fowey are delivered to us each day by David and Sue; bursting with flavour and great value for money. Live mussels will open and close on their own and will still have the beard attached.

Origin: Cornwall, UK

Nutrition Information per 1kg

Kcal: 104
Protein:
17.7g
Carbohydrates:
0g
Sugars:
0g
Fat:
2.2g
Saturates:
0.34g
Salt:
401mg

Allergen information: Contains molluscs

Langoustine

These Langoustine, ‘Dublin Bay prawns’ (or ‘scampi’ as the peeled version is known) will arrive frozen.

Origin: UK

Nutritional information per 100g

Kcal:  155.6
Protein:
8.7g
Carbohydrates:
29.3g
Sugars:
1.8g
Fat:
0.4g
Saturates:
0.1g
Salt:
0.56g

Allergen information: Contains fish/fish products

Scallops

Our hand cut scallops are landed each day (weather depending),”shucked” overnight, and delivered fresh to us each morning. Available as Cornish scallops in the shell, diver-caught scallops in the shell, dry cut Cornish scallops, and dry cut XL Scottish scallops.

Origin: Scotland

Nutrition Information per 100g

Kcal: 112
Protein:
23g
Carbohydrates:
0g
Sugars:
0g
Fat:
1.0g
Saturates:
0g
Salt:
66mg

Allergen information: Contains molluscs

Crab Meat (White)

We cook the previous nights landing of crabs early in the morning, ready to be hand picked in the same traditional way the Cornish have prepared fresh dressed crab for centuries. Our fresh, juicy white crab meat is sealed in trays then pasteurised to retain its exquisite flavour and give it a longer shelf life when kept in the fridge.

Origin: Cornwall/UK

Nutritional information per 100g

Kcal: 78
Protein:
18.5g
Carbohydrates:
0.1g
Sugars:
0.1g
Fat:
0.4g
Saturates:
0.2g
Salt:
13.7mg

Allergen information: Contains fish/fish products