If you don't have a fishmonger (or the beach) on your doorstep, you'll know the frustration that comes from realising, that the only place you're likely to buy fish is your supermarket. Convenient mega stores can be a Godsend when you're rushed off your feet, but thankfully there is another place you can go for a fillet of John Dory, or a glistening oyster. Fish for Thought brings you fresh fish and seafood from the ocean, straight to your plate. You simply place your order online at http://www.fishforthought.co.uk, and they take care of the rest, ensuring that your fish purchase arrives chilled, with a next day delivery.
We tried their delicious wild black bream, their big fat Cornish crab cocktail claws and their Cornish king scallops. Everything arrived packaged and super-chilled, so all we had to do was decide what to eat immediately, and what to freeze for later. We also tried their handpicked Cornish white crab meat, which made a beautiful summer salad, sluiced in lime juice and finished off with a refreshingly cold glass of Gavi. At the click of a mouse, you can have a luscious box of fish and seafood arriving on your doorstep the next day. Fish for Thought have put together a selection of fish boxes for your choosing: the lobster & shellfish box, shellfish lovers box, exotic frozen fish box and a kids box to name just a few.
Next day delivery is guaranteed nationwide and Fish for Thought specialise in Cornish fish and seafood. They are the first online retailer to have achieved Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) Accreditation, and their boat, The Resolute, is recognised by the Seafish Responsible Fishing Scheme. If you have a friend or loved one that would fall over with delight, at the arrival of a box full of ocean goodies, you can order them a box, or send them gift vouchers. The team at Fish for Thought can advise, source and prepare fish and seafood to meet your needs. They are simply crazy about fish at this quite brilliant company, so next time you're bemoaning the lack of a decent fishmonger in your area, get online instead.
For more information, visit: http://www.fishforthought.co.uk
**Reviewed by:** Helenka Bednar