We have the last of our native oysters for this season, once these 500 native oysters have gone, then you will have to wait until September for the native oyster season to start again.
We have added a new product, a cracked crab. We know that it can be daunting when you order a cooked crab, it arrives and then what do you do with it? What parts can you eat and what exactly are dead mans fingers?
We have been trying to find a new smoked salmon and it turns out that we didn't have to look very far, just to Maldon a mere 16 miles away and to a friend Darcy, who used to work at the Fishery.
Our platters are named after the creeks and islands within our Fishery, but this platter is so generous, we decided to name it after the Island we live on.
We have reached our limit for deliveries on the 23rd December, but we do still have space for deliveries on the 22nd December.
We opened up the Christmas Order Book early this year as we all need something to look forward too.
At the Fishery, we love a good curry, but when you are surrounded by delicious seafood, it's not chicken we reach for, but lobster, prawns and squid!
September is our favourite time of year; when the water cools down in Pyefleet Creek, which for us oyster farmers means one thing - Colchester native oysters are ready!
We consider these mussels from Shetland to be the best we have tasted, big, plump and bursting with flavour.
We are sorry, but we can't take any more orders for delivery this week.