Wild Harbour White Fish
Cornish Sustainable Cuttlefish
Stunning Cuttlefish landed directly on the coast of Cornwall from small day boat trawls and is mostly available all through January to February and April to December. Cuttlefish are particularly popular and is the hero of the dish in many countries such as Spain, Italy and Portugal. In recent year’s the UK restaurant market have explored creating dishes with Cuttlefish, making this fabulous seafood more widely known, and it is growing slowly in popularity especially in Cornwall.
Cuttlefish, a relative of squid and octopus, has a light, sweet, and delicate flavour. It’s a good-value seafood that’s also simple to prepare.
They feature a big head with a bone-like structure and are usually available in sizes ranging from 225g to 500g. Cuttlefish can be used in braised meals or added to pasta. Their ink is frequently used to colour black spaghetti.
FLAVOUR: Mild | TEXTURE: Firm | IN SEASON: Jan-Feb, Apr-Aug
Wild, Fresh & Fair
Cornwall’s leading sustainable fishery, headquartered in the beautiful Cornish fishing town of Hayle Cornwall, providing the freshest Cornish seafood and shellfish, landed daily in Cornwall’s local harbours.
We’re a local business with strong relationships to the local day boats, we’re proud of our produce and its provenance, and we’re always happy to answer your questions and offer helpful advice.
Today's Fresh Catch
It all begins at sea. Each morning, we receive fresh fish from our trusted community of in-shore day boats.
We Prep & Pack
Your seafood is expertly filleted & prepared to order and packaged within a temperature controlled eco-friendly box.
To Your Kitchen
Nationwide delivery direct to your kitchen within 24 hours of the day boat catch landing here in Cornwall.
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.