Exciting news! We opened a new location today in 42, Ashe Street, Clonakilty, West Cork!
We can’t to see you all in our new deli!
When West Cork Times asked us to write a series of articles about fish and the process of running a small food business in West Cork, we were so excited to be given the chance to share our message as this gave us the opportunity to share the word about fresh fish. I imagine they asked us to write this because we are passionate about fish and this is a great way to connect with people who share our love of seafood. Over the next few months we aim to give you an insight in our growing seafood business, inform people about fish and share some quick and tasty seafood recipes.
We are a relatively new business and have only been in operation since 2011, but we have an extensive background in fishing & fishing trawlers. It’s been an exciting & challenging time to grow a business in West Cork, you may know us from our store in Rosscarbery & soon to open store in Clonakilty (more on this in next edition) or from our mobile units which service West Cork & Cork City with our seafood products. Quality & freshness are key pillars of our business model. All our fish is landed in the local fishing ports of Union Hall and Baltimore. No matter what kind of fish you prefer, if you live anywhere near the coast, you’ll want to check out your local fishmonger: everything tastes better when it’s fresh, and fish is no exception. We can also answer all kinds of questions about fish, to help you make the most healthy and sustainable choices.
So with the wind raging outside and the rain battering the windows I find that I’m eager to welcome all that winter has to offer. As along with the change in season comes an excuse to indulge in quintessential comfort foods; a good fish pie is one of the best ways to feed a family. So try this Fish Pie recipe and it will soon become a family favourite.
Eat More Fish!