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Sustainable Lobster

Sustainable Lobster

We are extremely proud of our Cornish lobster's provenance and quality. We have a small number of fishermen with whom we have close relationships, and many of them land directly at our dock. Not only do we provide them with bait for their pots in the form of our fish...

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5 Ways To Cook Fresh Fish

5 Ways To Cook Fresh Fish

5 simple ways to cook fresh fish Poaching  This produces meltingly tender results. You can poach fish in a classic court-bouillon, or in olive/rapeseed oil flavoured with fennel seeds, garlic and shallots. Bring the cooking liquor up to a gentle simmer, lower in the...

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What to look for when buying fresh fish

What to look for when buying fresh fish

When buying fish and shellfish, freshness is the most important factor. If you don’t know how to buy fish, use your eyes and nose to seek out telltale signs of quality. In a whole fish, the eyes should be bright and clear — not cloudy or sunken in. The gills of fresh...

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Zero Waste Bait – The Lobster Pot

Zero Waste Bait – The Lobster Pot

If you love taking long walks around Cornwall's coastal trails and harbours, you'll notice lobster pots neatly lined up and ready to be utilised. Traditionally, lobster pots featured a wooden base with a frame made of hazel or bamboo cane. They are currently primarily...

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Zero Waste – Small Steps Lead To Big Changes

Zero Waste – Small Steps Lead To Big Changes

Wild Harbour supports the fight for Zero Waste. By caring for you and the environment, we really believe that every small detail contributes to a better world. Becoming a Zero Waste company was a goal that we strived for from the very start. We are so proud to promise...

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What To Look For When Buying Fresh Shellfish

What To Look For When Buying Fresh Shellfish

We at Wild Harbour believe that in order to create exceptional restaurant-grade dishes, whether at home or in a fine dining establishment, you must begin with the highest quality produce available. This means finding the freshest seafood possible if you want to make...

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from sea to kitchen

wild harbour seafood

The clear waters of the Cornish coast are home to Britain’s finest seafood and shellfish. The daily catch from local day boats lands fresh Cornish crab and lobster, magnificent line-caught sea bass in season, mackerel, pollack, sole and place. Wonderful Cornish native oysters, mussels and hand dived king scallops. But with over 40 local species, from  Cornish Sole to Sardines, the truth is we never know what the tide will bring in.