Our Shellfish caught by small Scottish boats is selected for its quality, freshness and seasonality

Scottish Shellfish


All of our shellfish is carefully selected for freshness and quality and is processed and packaged to maintain its superior quality.

Scottish Langoustine
A succulent, white shellfish, langoustines (also known as scampi and Dublin Bay prawns) are closely related to the lobster, though are more the size of a large prawn.

Live Scottish Langoustine
Fresh, premium quality langoustine. Our langoustines are caught by one day inshore creel boats on the west coast of Scotland.

Scallops (with or without roe)
Scallops have two fan-shaped shells which contain rounds of firm white flesh, sometimes with the edible cream and orange coral (or roe) attached.

Queenies are one of the smaller scallop species

Winkles are small, black, snail-like shellfish that form a traditional part of a seafood platter. They have a limited niche following, despite being delicious.

Brown Crabs (cooked whole, claws, meat)
A crustacean that has its skeleton on the outside protecting a soft, flavoursome flesh. One of the most commonly eaten crab in the UK is the common edible or brown crab that weighs up to 3kg and contains plenty of sweet, succulent flesh. Female crabs have sweeter flesh than males.

Live Lobster

Live Brown Crab

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