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Oyster lovers know there is nothing better than the sea-fresh taste of plump juicy oysters.

We usually have at least 2 'house' oysters and although the variety may change over the year, our favourites are Porthilly, Cape Wrath and Maldon. Every oyster grower produces a slightly different, quite distinct oyster, each one influenced by the balance of sea and fresh water, the foods available to the oysters, the water chemistry, temperature, site characteristics and weather

Cape Wrath Oysters are grown by friend to #TeamFish, Patrick & Lucy, who started their oyster farming journey in 2014. Grown in the remote Kyle of Durness, a narrow inlet on Scotland’s most northwesterly point, Cape Wrath is the most northerly oyster farm in the UK, and the wild nature of the area produces an outstanding oyster. Although they are a slightly smaller oyster, they pack a punch when it comes to flavour and have very distinctive characteristics with a sweet, briny flavour

Porthilly Oysters are back on the menu! They are sent up from Porthilly Farm on the Camel, just by Rock in Cornwall where they are cultivated and harvested by hand in inter-tidal waters. They are a fabulously meaty oyster with a full, deep shell. They have a very clean, slightly nutty flavour with delicate hint of cucumber

Maldon Rock Oysters are grown and harvested by hand from traditional oyster beds in the inter-tidal waters of the Blackwater Estuary in Maldon, Essex where they have been enjoyed since Roman times. Their distinct flavour and meatiness comes from the salt marshes where they are grown; they are plump and firm with a sea-freshness with hints of cucumber.

The ultimate fast food. Simply shuck and enjoy. Some love them 'naked', some with a squeeze of fresh lemon, some with tabasco, and some with shallot vinegar. But however you like them, you won't experience a more delicious 'zingy', natural flavour

We don't fully open your oysters, but if you struggle to shuck them at home, we can 'pop' the hinges to make it much easier for you to open them when you get home. Just ask the team to do this when you arrive to collect them. You will need to eat them on the same day and you will lose a little of the natural oyster juice, if you're keeping them overnight then you'll have to tackle them yourself...

Did you know!
Oysters are low in calories yet loaded with nutrients, including protein, healthy fats, vitamins, and minerals.

For example, a 100-gram serving provides more than 100% of the DV for vitamin B12, zinc, and copper, plus a good amount of selenium, iron, and manganesium. They are also a great source of protein and you get a whole 8gm in your 100g serving.

These delicious bivalves are also a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, a family of polyunsaturated fats that plays an important role in your body