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Best Shellfish

Walter Purkis has always made a specialty of sourcing the best shellfish available and to that end both shops have day supplies coming in from Billingsgate Market, Cornwall, Devon, Grimsby, Aberdeen, Fraserburgh and many other fishing ports around Great Britain. Look out for our  freshly boiled lobsters and crabs

There is also a twice weekly delivery from Europe with some of the more exotic shellfish.

Typical Shellfish Selection

Best Greenland Prawns (in shell)
Peeled Greenland Prawns (in a mild brine)
Squat Lobster Tails (Cray Fish)
Prawns in pastry
Fresh Cray Fish
Fresh Mediteranien Prawns (uncooked)
Fresh Raw Tiger Prawns
Mediteranien Prawns whole or peeled (Frozen)
Uncooked Tiger Prawns whole or peeled (Frozen)
Fresh Langustines (raw or cooked)
Cockles
Brown Shrimps
Welks
Live Mussels
Cooked Mussels
Live Clams
King Scallops (fresh or frozen)
Queen Scallops (fresh or frozen)
Crabs (live or boiled)
Dressed Crab
Crab Meat (white)
Lobsters (live or boiled)
Crab Flavoured Ocean Sticks
Jellied Eels
New Zealend Mussels
Seafood Salad (in oil )
Oysters

Latest blog posts for shellfish

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Crab And Avocado Tostada

March 15th, 2017|Comments Off on Crab And Avocado Tostada

This recipe for a Crab And Avocado Tostada is delicious. The sweetnesss of the shellfish works really well with the creaminess of a ripe avocado. Combining them on  tortillas with some chilli gives a spicy [...]

  • Tiger Prawn Recipe

Tiger Prawn Recipe With A Thai Sauce

March 10th, 2017|Comments Off on Tiger Prawn Recipe With A Thai Sauce

This is a very quick and simple Thai tiger prawn recipe it will be ideal for a dinner party starter or as a fresh lighter meal. The lovely aromatic ingredients in the sauce make for [...]

  • lobster and fish for Chinese New Year

Fish For Chinese New Year

January 25th, 2017|Comments Off on Fish For Chinese New Year

Chinese communities around the globe are getting ready for their new year celebrations one of the most important dates in the Chinese calendar. The Chinese new year starts on 28th of January with celebrations that continue for the following [...]