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Eat Drink Hebrides - Kallin Shellfish

Grimsay, Isle Of North Uist, Outer Hebrides, HS6 5HY

Type:Eat Drink Hebrides Trail

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About

Surrounded by the pollution free waters of the Outer Hebrides this is the perfect place to stop in for freshly caught seafood. From a small seafood processing plant in beautiful North Uist it is a perfect place to pick up the daily catch.

Owning some fishing vessels and taking fresh catches on a daily basis from several other local fishermen’s boats. The local harbour is adjacent to the harbour and the boats catch a diverse range of shellfish.

Some such as lobster and crab are caught mainly on the Atlantic Seaboard on the West of the Hebrides. Some such as succulent Langoustine and scallops famed in the Outer Hebrides are caught on the Eastern Seaboard or the Minch as it is known.

We sell lobsters, crabs, cocktail crab claws, scallops, langoustines, langoustine tails and smoked salmon taken from some of the cleanest and pollution free waters in the world. With daily landings at the local harbour adjacent to our factory, you can be sure that our produce is as fresh as it can be.

Products can also be found in many of the supermarkets and local stores in the Outer Hebrides so keep an eye out for Na Mara products. You can also order online from our website.

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Awards

  • Other AwardsSilver Listing Silver Listing 2013
  • Other AwardsOuter Hebrides Tourism Member Outer Hebrides Tourism Member 2020

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