There is evidence to suggest that humans have been engaged in a love affair with oysters since the Stone Age.

They were considered a delicacy by wealthy Ancient Greeks and Romans who became the first civilisations to begin cultivating these exquisite shellfish. The Greek Goddess of Love Aphrodite is even said to have been born from an oyster, which is where their reputation for being an aphrodisiac originates.

But do oysters really live up to the hype? Absolutely!

Our sustainably sourced oysters have a unique and complex flavour that delivers a fresh, salty taste of the sea that will keep you going back for more.

How to Cook

Oysters are traditionally eaten whole and raw.

They are delicious all on their own, but a mignonette sauce of white and red wine vinegar and finely diced shallots is a classic accompaniment.

What to Drink

Champagne. Enough said.


Yes, oysters are alive when eaten raw. In fact, eating a dead, raw oyster would be a very bad idea indeed.

The shells of healthy oysters will be tightly shut before being shucked. If any are open and remain open after being given a little flick, discard.


All our fresh and frozen fish and seafood arrives at your door vacuum packed. This helps to ensure that it stays fresh and is easy to store in your fridge or freezer.


All fresh fish and seafood should be stored in the refrigerator at a temperature of between 1 and 4°C and consumed by the date given on its packaging.


All orders will arrive within 1-2 working days, except for some local deliveries within Sussex which are shipped the same day via our own transport.

All deliveries will arrive before 5.30pm.

We offer free delivery to all UK postcodes on orders over £40.

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