Fish Facts

To make sure you're informed.

Know your fish, know your food.

If you would like to know a little more about the fish on our menu including what they taste like, browse our handy fish facts below.

Cod

Our cod is caught in cold, deep, unpolluted arctic waters around Iceland/Norway and in the Barent Sea, North of Russia. It is caught on large trawlers, then processed and frozen within six hours to retain its freshness. Cod has a white, flaky texture with a delicate taste.

Haddock

Our line caught haddock is caught in the same way as cod, and processed the same way. Haddock has a finer texture and has a more pronounced flavour.

Plaice

Our plaice is fresh, not frozen and is caught in local waters around the South West. Plaice is a flat fish, fine texture and easily digested.​

Lemon Sole

Lemon sole is caught in local waters and can be fresh or frozen. It is a flat fish, has a fine texture and is easily digested with a stronger more distinctive flavour than plaice.

Monkfish

Monkish is caught in local waters, served as goujons. Very fine white own distinctive flavour, fresh or frozen.​

Hake

Hake is caught in local waters, fresh or frozen. Related to the same fish family as cod and haddock. Very strong distinctive creamy flavour with fine texture.

Smoked Haddock

Smoked haddock has the same description as haddock. Natural dyes are used to produce colouring.

Huss

Huss(Rock)- Dogfish is caught and frozen in Canada. Very soft, off white, meaty texture with a distinctive flavour of its own.

Langoustines

A succulent, white shellfish, langoustines are closely related to the lobster, though are more the size of a large prawn.

NB: Local waters: caught around the South West Peninsula. Local Devon Ports are Brixham, Plymouth. Cornish ports are Looe and Newlyn

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