Calling ALL oyster lovers, and those first timers...
There are many ways you can eat your oysters.
RAW & Traditional...Or, soaked in vodka & lime, in mirin soy & coriander or sweet chilli...
But did you know you can also eat them cooked?
We offer our oysters cooked in:
Deep Fried served with wasabi mayo
Are you going to dive in with us?
Trying new ways of eating oysters, and falling more in love with them, one at a time?
Or do you prefer simple, classic and traditional?
What Are Oysters?
True oysters are bivalve mollusks of the Ostreidae family. (Oysters that produce pearls belong to the Aviculidae family.)
Edible oysters live in both warm and cold waters along the coasts of every ocean and have been cultivated as food for 2,000 years.
The two valves, or hinged oyster shells, are slightly different in shape—one is convex, and the other is flatter, though both shells are bumpy.
Common oyster varieties include:
European oysters: Ostrea edulis are a small species found on the Atlantic coast of England, Ireland, France, Belgium, and the Netherlands.
Portuguese oysters: Crassostrea gigas, also known as giant Pacific oysters, are a larger variety (up to ten inches) found in Europe and Asia.
American oysters: Crassostrea virginica can reach up to seven inches in diameter and live on the Atlantic coast from New Brunswick, Canada, to the Gulf of Mexico.
Ways to EAT your oysters?
Some people like to swallow the oyster whole, but the majority of people prefer to chew them, as that is how you get the full flavour!
Many people who eat raw oysters garnish them with lemon juice, cocktail sauce, or a sauce as a companion condiment.
Oyster Menu (£3.50 each / £18.00 per 6)
Enjoy 6 oysters and a small bottle of bubbly for two for ONLY £24.00!
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