There has been a definite ‘smokey-fish’ haze over Camberley for the last few weeks as customers enjoy all our lovely prepared seafood and make the most of alfresco dining
We’ve installed a brand new counter to accommodate all the fabulous marinated products that are proving to be so popular, and we’re so lucky that Charlotte joined the team last week, or we’d never have coped with the demand.
As ever, it’s always a good idea to give us a call or drop us an email to order products, as we do tend to sell out
Below are some of our most popular products to inspire you
Scallop & Chrorizo, Monk & Chorizo and Salmon with chilli, ginger and lemon
King Prawn Skewers – garlic and herb or Piri Piri
Garlic and Herb Lobsters
Piri Piri Cornish Sardine fillets
Herby whole Bream with samphire
In Season – Wild Scottish Salmon
First of the Season Cornish Sardines
Beautiful line caught Cornish Mackerel
Don’t like those pesky bones? Sardine fillets are perfect
Chunky Ray and Ray Cheeks
Freshly cooked extra large Devon Cock Crabs
Hope to see you soon,
June has finally arrived, a little damp and not particularly blooming yet, but its a very exciting month for us at The Fish Shop.
We’re now in to week two of our spectacular lobster event, and this week our excuse is that we’re celebrating our 18 month milestone. Our live or freshly boiled native Cornish lobsters are on all this week at the amazing price of £20/kg meaning that you can treat yourself to a delicious treat for as little as £10. We sold out very early last week, so its a good idea to get your orders in to avoid disappointment
As many of you know we buy Andrew Stevens total catch and he’s been very busy pulling up his pots all week. We’ve got lots of lively lobsters including a huge 3k whopper and the lobster pot is running on overtime to keep up with demand.
As well as lobsters, we’re very excited that Turbot Season has now started. For the next few week there should be lots of superb, plump Turbot landed in Newlyn and we’ll be making the most of this very special fish. Roasted whole, or filleted and pan-fried, Cornish Turbot is absolutely stunning and has the well deserved reputation of being one of the most prized fish caught off our coast
Hope to see you soon, and remember, you can always phone in your orders to ensure you get everything you need – 01276 66618
If you tune in to Countryfile at 7pm tonight (15th May) on BBC1, you’ll see Anita Rani out with Andrew Stevens, Camberley’s favourite lobster fisherman, pulling in some of his pots off the coast of Newlyn, Cornwall.
The Countryfile team went out with Andrew and his fellow Dreckly Fisherman Louis on the Victoria Anne. It seems like they had a great day, with Anita actually helping to haul some of Andrew’s pots – who would have guessed that some of the lobsters enjoyed by our customers were in fact pulled out of the water by a Countryfile presenter.
As most of you already know, Andrew catches all our lobsters throughout the season, and we are really proud to be able to sell his catch. Many of you enjoyed his wonderful natives last year, and this year they are proving to be even more popular. We’re very lucky that he’s such an experienced fisherman or we might not be able to meet the demands of our lobster loving customers.
A few weeks ago he spent the day in the Fish Shop with his lovely wife Sally, talking about what he does and just enjoying seeing the way our customers really appreciate what fishermen have to do to get fish to the table. You were all so welcoming and he enjoyed it so much that he’s offered to come back for another visit very soon. We’ll keep you posted…
Yes, it’s official! The pots have been out and are filling up nicely and today we received our first delivery of Andrew’s fabulous Native lobsters. The weather was a little challenging on Monday, but he managed to pull in a few pots and the little beauties arrived with us this morning.
Andrew fishes out of Newlyn in Cornwall and he’ll be sending us his lobsters throughout the season. Some of you met him a few weeks ago when he spent the day on the shop with his lovely wife, Sally. He really loves what he does and we’re very privileged to be able to get hold of his lobsters – they are extremely sought after
Seasonality is crucial to enjoying great food; when it really is at it’s best for both quality and price, so make the most of the native lobster season and enjoy the outstanding flavour and texture you only get from British lobsters
If you’d like to hear more from Andrew you can follow him on twitter @Cornish_lobster
And, for those of you who love a Thermidor. Chef Jon Fell has produced a very simple step by step video – link below. We’ll prepare the lobster, you just have to knock up the sauce and enjoy!
Easter week is pretty much the busiest week of the year for fishmongers, and we will be open from 7:30am until 4pm on Good Friday, the biggest of all #FishFridays, with lots of spectacularly fresh fish for your Easter requirements
Our fishermen are gearing up for a busy week and will be making sure there’s plenty of fish available for Good Friday. The weather’s looking good and should mean there’s a great selection of fish and shellfish
Last Saturday was another sell out and the quality of the fish we were handling was exceptional; our suppliers are really looking after us with prime quality, seriously fresh seafood which is a real pleasure to prepare
We’re getting into Native Lobster season now, so will be moving to British from tomorrow. There aren’t many around yet, but the volumes will increase as we move towards the warmer weather. There really is no comparison, and its very exciting to get back to our wonderful lobsters pot caught of the South West. Many of you enjoyed talking to Andrew last Friday, and it was really wonderful to have him in the shop, there was a fabulous atmosphere all day – a real buzz
So for Easter we’re hoping for a full house with lots of variety and amazing quality. If you’re after something specific, as ever, we recommend you give us a call on 01276 66618 and pop an order in the book, otherwise just pop in and see what takes your fancy on the day