Oysters- Fresh and Cornish
Fresh Rock Oysters are a real taste of the sea.
They grow in abundance in clear Cornish waters and have a sublime, fresh taste.
Arriving whole and live, they require shucking, but it’s not too complicated a job to get to that delicate, soft meat inside.
Some people enjoy them simply on their own, while other prefer to dress them with a few chopped shallots on fresh herbs.
They make for a fantastic start to a seafood feast, with a portion size being roughly 6 oysters.
Loaded with minerals such as zinc and copper
Sourced in Cornwall from an exclusive supplier
Serve with finely chopped shallots
Find out more about how our Oysters are grown
Store live shellfish in the salad drawer of your refridgerator and cover with a damp teatowel.
Do not immerse shellfish in water.
Live shellfish has a limited shelf life - consume as soon as possible from day of delivery.
Do not keep for longer than 2 days.
Although all shellfish goes through the correct cleaning process there will always be a slight risk of food poisoning.