STEIN'S ONLINE FISHMONGERS

Delivering a wide range of sustainably caught fresh fish and shellfish, straight to your door.

Since opening our first restaurant in 1975 I have witnessed, with amazement, how seafood has grown in popularity but I know that even the keenest cook can find the prospect of preparing and cooking fish at home a little daunting. We want to help allay these fears, with practical advice, step-by-step techniques and fabulous recipes. Rick

Stein's Online Fishmongers sensibly sources the highest quality catch from day boat fishermen and our long-standing Cornish suppliers to deliver to your door. With plenty of options to enjoy fresh or freeze for another time, and suitable for simple suppers or weekend celebrations. We'll also provide recipe inspiration galore and how-to videos to show you how simple is really it to cook and enjoy fish at home.

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Our favourite recipes

Follow Rick and Jack's recipes to recreate some rather special fish and shellfish dishes at home. From simple starters to impressive curries, you'll find plenty to keep you busy in the kitchen.

Tips and techniques

Preparing and cooking fish and shellfish isn't half as daunting as you might think. Follow our top tips, including how to get crispy fish skin and making the perfect beurre blanc.

SUSTAINABILTY

Sustainability is an easy word to use, but it's something that in the world of fishing couldn't be more important. Working with our trusted Cornish fish supplier of over 25 years, we responsibly source our fish and shellfish from around the British coast, where possible from day boats right here in Cornwall. Quality and provenance are guaranteed when you order fresh fish from us online.

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MEET OUR SEAFOOD HEROES

To us, fishermen truly are rockstars. From the early mornings in all manner of weather to the back-breaking lifting required to land their catch, we raise a glass to you. The best part of all, they wouldn't swap it for any other job in the world - their passion for catching the finest fish around our coast and keeping the industry going for the next generation is fantastic.

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