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Sashimi

No fine food seafood selection would be complete without sashimi (fresh, raw fish sliced thinly and usually presented uncooked). Served with a wedge of lemon, sashimi's delicate and refreshing taste really is a treat for the palate.

Sashimi is renowned as a Japanese traditional dish that all fine food lovers should sample at some point. And if you're looking for something a bit bolder, sashimi with an intense rich flavour is also something Fine Food Specialist can offer seafood lovers everywhere.

Sashimi has long been a favourite amongst seafood devotees, not just for the wonderfully flavoursome experience it never fails to deliver, but also for the many health benefits it offers. 

The scope of sashimi

Sashimi is certainly a versatile option, too. As a home-prepared dish or a restaurant meal, serve it up as a main or as a delightful accompaniment.  Our diverse selection ranges from a succulent sashimi grade tuna loin to eye-catching wild carabineros red prawns.

Why not try sashimi sea bream soon?

Whether served raw, pan-fried, poached or grilled, add a drop of lime, pickled ginger or soy sauce to a tasty sashimi dish (such as sea trout), and you're good to go. Or why not treat yourself to some sashimi sea bream prepared with citrus ponzu juice and wasabi? Steamed, fried or baked, it makes for a delightful meal, Japanese style.

Other types of sashimi we at Fine Food Specialist can offer you include: stone bassking crab, tuna, prawns, mackerel, salmonsea urchins and more.

An essential sashimi preparation tip

Sashimi can come in all shapes and sizes, but when eating it raw make sure it's as fresh as possible, of course. Do play safe. Leave it in the fridge right up to the very moment before you intend to prepare and serve it up.

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  1. Sashimi Box, Fresh, Serves 4
    Sashimi Box, Fresh, Serves 4
    £69.95
    Sashimi is the grade given to the freshest possible catch and is generally served raw. Our sashimi box includes three of our favourite fresh fish cuts, perfect for serving at a sushi dinner. The box serves 4 people and includes:  Hiramasa, 300g  Hiramasa, also known as Kingfish, is a high-qualit...
  2. Hiramasa Loin, Sashmi Grade, Frozen, +/-300g
    Hiramasa Loin, Sashmi Grade, Frozen, +/-300g
    £23.50
    Hiramasa, also known as Kingfish, is a high-quality sashimi grade Yellowtail Kingfish which is farmed under strict, high standards to make it some of the best sashimi grade fish out there. The fish is firm with large flakes, pale pink in colour, with a rich and subtly sweet flavour. In Japan, the fi...
  3. Hiramasa Toro, Sashmi Grade, Frozen, +/-220g
    Hiramasa Toro, Sashmi Grade, Frozen, +/-220g
    £19.95
    Kingfish, also known as Hiramasa in Japan, is a high-quality sashimi grade Yellowtail Kingfish which is farmed under strict, high standards to make it some of the best sashimi grade fish out there. The fish is firm with large flakes, and a rich and subtly sweet flavour. In Japan, the fisherman go to...
  4. Hamachi, Sashimi Grade, Fresh, +/-1.5kg
    Hamachi, Sashimi Grade, Fresh, +/-1.5kg
    £79.95
    The Hamachi fish, also known as Pacific Yellowtail or Japanese Amberjack, is similar to a tuna. Hamachi fish are exclusively raised and farmed in Hyoshoku, a reigon in Southern Japan. The flesh of the fish is light and golden, with a smooth and buttery melt-in-the-mouth texture, and a smoky underton...
  5. Buy Lyme Bay Mackerel Sashimi Grade Online in London UK
    Mackerel, Large, Sashimi Grade, Fresh, +/-2kg
    From £19.95
    Lyme Bay in Lyme Regis, Dorset, is renowned for its fantastic quality fish and seafood caught in the bay on a daily basis. Mackerel, one of the most popular catches from Lyme Bay, has long been a favourite amongst locals and seafood lovers further afield. Boasting an intense, rich flavour, mackerel ...
  6. Stonebass, Sashimi Grade, Fresh, +/-3.5kg
    Stonebass, Sashimi Grade, Fresh, +/-3.5kg
    From £69.95
    Stonebass, also commonly known as Wreckfish, normally inhabit deep water caves or wrecks and can grow up to a maximum of seven feet.  This fish can be served raw as sashimi when thinly sliced and marinated in chilli, ginger and soy or dashi vinegar dressing. Alternatively, stonebass is very v...
  7. Sea Trout Sashimi Grade, Fresh, 2 Sides +/-3.5kg
    Sea Trout Sashimi Grade, Fresh, 2 Sides +/-3.5kg
    £79.95
    This reared sea trout possesses a subtle and delicate flavour often resembling that of salmon. High in omega-3 fatty acids and oils, sea trout is a popular choice in both restaurants and home cooking alike.  A refreshing serving suggestion is to enjoy sea trout raw as sashimi with a dash of so...
  8. Buy Sea Bass Sashimi Grade Online in London UK
    Sea Bass, Sashimi Grade, Fresh, 2 x 6-800g
    From £22.95
    Due to its versatility, seabass has fast become of the most popular choices in home cuisine and restaurants alike. It has a a firm, succulent texture and is an excellent source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids.  This seabass is sashimi grade and is delicious when sliced thinly and served raw...
  9. Sea Bream, Sashimi Grade, Fresh, 2 x 6-800g
    Sea Bream, Sashimi Grade, Fresh, 2 x 6-800g
    From £22.95
    When enjoyed as Sashimi sea bream is surprisingly delicate and refreshing. It has become one of the most popular choices of fish to serve as sashimi and is best prepared with some wasabi and a little citrus ponzu juice.  Seabream is such a versatile fish and alternatively works well ...
  10. King Crab Meat, Sashimi Grade, Frozen, 200/300g
    King Crab Meat, Sashimi Grade, Frozen, 200/300g
    £44.95
    These King Crab legs, sourced from Alaskan waters, can be eaten raw as sashimi but are equally delicious when cooked. Succulent and mildly sweet, these King Crab legs can be steamed, boiled or baked and served with a generous helping of garlic butter and a squeeze of lemon. 
  11. Buy Obsiblue Prawns Sashimi Grade Online UK
    Obsiblue Prawns, Sashimi Grade, Frozen, 500g
    £33.95
    The lagoons of New Caledonia are the only place on earth you will find the obsiblue prawn. The area is a designated Unesco World Heritage site and the unique balance and purity of plankton in the water creates this distinctive blue prawn. The rare species is farmed by a handful of local fishermen, d...
  12. Cobia Fillet, Sashimi Grade, Frozen, +/-1.5kg
    Cobia Fillet, Sashimi Grade, Frozen, +/-1.5kg
    £62.00
    Cobia is little known in the UK but enjoys considerable popularity in parts of Asia. The fillets are so fresh they can be eaten raw as sushi or sashimi but are delicious cooked, too. The firm, white flesh is rich in omega 3s and is delicious grilled, baked, pan fried or even battered and deep fried....
  13. Wild Yellowfin Tuna for Sashimi, Frozen, +/-400g
    Wild Yellowfin Tuna for Sashimi, Frozen, +/-400g
    £23.95
    Yellowfin tuna takes its name from the bright yellow fins that dot its back and side. It is one of the larger tuna species and is also known as ahi, a name borrowed from Hawaii. Perfect for sushi and sashimi, slice this fillet in clean motions with a very sharp knife and try with wasabi, really good...
  14. Botan Ebi Wild Spot Prawns, Sashimi, Frozen, 500g
    Botan Ebi Wild Spot Prawns, Sashimi, Frozen, 500g
    £37.00
    Caught in the icy waters of the Alaskan North Pacific, jumbo spot prawns are known for their sweet, delicate flavour with a firm texture and vibrant, red shell. They are the connoisseur’s choice. These prawns are individually frozen at sea, to ensure they remain as fresh as possible right...
  15. Buy Wild Carabineros Prawns Online & In London UK
    Wild Carabineros Prawns, Frozen XXL Grade, 500g
    £49.95
    Carabineros prawns are quite something to behold. Bright red in colour, they take their name from the red uniform of the Spanish customs police. The flesh is firm with a rich and more robust flavour that is quite different from the common prawn. Their large size and distinctive colour makes them a c...
  16. Vermicelli Noodles, 250g
    Vermicelli Noodles, 250g
    £1.35
    Vermicelli noodles come in two varieties, some made from rice and these, which are formed out of mung bean starch. Also known as cellophane or glass noodles, they become translucent when cooked and can be used in stir-fries, soups and salads. They are a delicious, delicately-fine noodle which do not...
    Out of stock
  17. Buy San Marzano Tomatoes Online In London UK
    San Marzano Tomatoes (DOP), 1kg
    £9.95
    This large plum tomato is a cook’s dream. San Marzano tomatoes are famous the world over for their dense flesh and rich, sweet flavour. The Italian variety is so revered that it has been given Protected Designation of Origin status. Best eaten cooked, rather than raw, the flavoursome...
  18. Fresh Sea Urchins, 3kg
    Fresh Sea Urchins, 3kg
    £112.00
    Sea urchins are one of the most famous 'wild card' foods in the world, and have been described as the saline-tinged, seafood equivalent of parma violets with a flowery scent. The amber-coloured roe is soft as butter and is a very popular ingredient in sushi. Sea urchins are definitely on that list o...
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  19. Sea Lettuce, 100g
    Sea Lettuce, 100g
    £6.50
    A sea plant with a rich culinary history, ‘sea lettuce’ or laitue de mer is rich in iron and fibre, and, as you might expect, has a wonderful salty flavour. Like spinach, it is a great way of sneaking in one of your five a day.
    Out of stock
  20. Salmon Sashimi, Whole Side, Fresh, +/-1.5Kg
    Salmon Sashimi, Whole Side, Fresh, +/-1.5Kg
    £44.95
    Sashimi is the grade given to the freshest possible catch and is generally served raw. Beautiful, delicate salmon in its freshest state is perfect for serving as a tartare, sashimi or sushi. If you are looking to prepare a fresh, aromatic tartare, don't feel you need to add too many extra flavours b...
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No fine food seafood selection would be complete without sashimi (fresh, raw fish sliced thinly and usually presented uncooked). Served with a wedge of lemon, sashimi's delicate and refreshing taste really is a treat for the palate.

Sashimi is renowned as a Japanese traditional dish that all fine food lovers should sample at some point. And if you're looking for something a bit bolder, sashimi with an intense rich flavour is also something Fine Food Specialist can offer seafood lovers everywhere.

Sashimi has long been a favourite amongst seafood devotees, not just for the wonderfully flavoursome experience it never fails to deliver, but also for the many health benefits it offers. 

The scope of sashimi

Sashimi is certainly a versatile option, too. As a home-prepared dish or a restaurant meal, serve it up as a main or as a delightful accompaniment.  Our diverse selection ranges from a succulent sashimi grade tuna loin to eye-catching wild carabineros red prawns.

Why not try sashimi sea bream soon?

Whether served raw, pan-fried, poached or grilled, add a drop of lime, pickled ginger or soy sauce to a tasty sashimi dish (such as sea trout), and you're good to go. Or why not treat yourself to some sashimi sea bream prepared with citrus ponzu juice and wasabi? Steamed, fried or baked, it makes for a delightful meal, Japanese style.

Other types of sashimi we at Fine Food Specialist can offer you include: stone bassking crab, tuna, prawns, mackerel, salmonsea urchins and more.

An essential sashimi preparation tip

Sashimi can come in all shapes and sizes, but when eating it raw make sure it's as fresh as possible, of course. Do play safe. Leave it in the fridge right up to the very moment before you intend to prepare and serve it up.

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