Friday, June 2, 2017

Fish. It's What's For Dinner.

Ni Sa Bula Vinaka! We are now taking orders, email your orders to Orders close today Thursday the 1st of June at 7pm. Free delivery tomorrow Friday the 2nd of June between 12noon & 5pm. Please note, all orders are cash payment on delivery (COD) and don't forget to include your delivery address with a mobile contact.  Items available this week are; • Fresh Yellowfin Tuna Sashimi fillets - $25 per kilogram • Fresh Sail fish fillets - $14.50 per kilogram 1. Pre Packed 150grams Cold Smoked Blue Marlin (Thinly sliced) - $7 per pack 2. Pre Packed 150grams Cold Smoked Yellowfin Tuna (Thinly sliced) - $6 per pack 3. Pre Packed 150grams Cold Smoked Albacore Tuna (Thinly sliced) - $5 per pack 4. Pre Packed 500grams Yellowfin Tuna Kokoda cuts/Curry Pieces/Sweet & Sour Cubes (Boneless fish cubes) - $9 per pack 5. Pre Packed 500grams Blue Marlin Minced Meat - $12.50 per pack 6. Yellowfin Tuna Steaks (2 steak per pack) - $27.50 per kilogram 7. Blue Marlin Steaks (2 steak per pack) - $20 per kilogram  All fish are offloaded from our boats than filleted and vacuum sealed at our HACCP certified processing plant.  The delicious cold smoked thinly sliced fish & is ready to eat packs are intended for Sushi, Salads, Sandwiches, Pastas or as a Pizza Topping and is the best substitute for the Canned Products.  For more details about the product please visit and like our FaceBook Page:   Cheers, Filipe Rogers Phone: +679 7088537 Sales ManagerI met with a tuna expert a while back and asked where he got his fish, fully expecting him to direct me to a market vendor or a shop in town. Instead he said he got his delivered. Your mileage may vary, but I've had good experiences with Gene's Premium Seafood ( email below) as well as Farmright Fish

Fish notes:
I use the kokoda cuts as I would boneless skinless chicken.  The 500 gram packs defrost quickly and cook up easily, these are on my weekly shopping list
Sailfish can be gamey but does well brined or marinaded, can be meaty enough to put on skewers and bbq'd
Blue marlin is sometimes used in sashimi as a replacement for tuna

Is this helpful? What have your experiences been?


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