We think it deserves the more attractive name we have bestowed on it as grey mullet sounds so dowdy and unappealing. It is massively underappreciated in this country, and has a reputation for having an overwhelming earthy flavour to it. We land deep-sea caught large fish and they are almost as good as wild seabass, at about half the price. If you don't believe us then give them a try. They are very versatile and can be treated in the same way as wild seabass or bream - they have a tender but robust and lightly oily flesh and no earthy flavours at all.
This winter warmer is healthy, delicious and all you need to do is warm it up. Chef Adam marinades Cornish Red Mullet overnight in his "secret blend" of thyme, garlic, fennel, coriander, saffron and star anise! This is added to a classic mirepoix, reduced, blotched, passed and seasoned.
The soup will arrive fresh with a 5 day shelf-life and freezes well.
Thanks for two beautiful grey/silver mullet. Four really Meaty fillets and great soup Fromm the remains
The fish was beautiful.The red mullet was probably the best we've ever had. I baked it gently in the oven
>> Read More with some butter,lemon and fennel plus some home-made mayo and it was very good. We also had a taster of the scallops; deliciously sweet and tender. The rest of the order, scallops and crab claws, are in the freezer towards Christmas entertaining.
All arrived as expected and we very much enjoyed both the crabmeat and mullet! We'll be back!
I was very pleased with the fish - the larger sizes that I asked for came in at more than
>> Read More I anticipated but it was money well spent - the sizes were larger .... As for the red mullet, grey mullet and sea bream - they were faultless and beautifully prepared.
I am delighted with it. Barbecued the red mullet lest night which was delicious. Looking forward to trying the rest
>> Read More over the next few days. I am genuinely impressed with the quality of the order plus the service I've received. So thank you and well done.