Healthy Eating at The Sea Shell    

History of Batter  Crisp outer shell encasing a cooked fillet.....there is nothing more British than fish and chips, but you’d be surprised to know that coating fish in batter was to act as a preservative which was then thrown away when the fish was eaten.   Cooking in batter protects the fish from the cooking oil and allows the fish to cook in its own steam, trapping in the fish's natural juices, goodness and flavour.  Eating battered fish appeared in Britain as far back as the 15th Century, and was introduced by Portuguese Marrano Jews. 


 Cooking in Ground Nut Oil  Wonderfully pleasant, sweetly flavoured peanut oil is low in saturated fats and free from cholesterol making it one of the healthiest cooking oils. The Sea Shell Restaurant is committed to ensuring its fish is cooked by the healthiest methods available to us. 


 Panko - an Alternative Coating  Panko is similar to breadcrumbs but is processed into large flakes rather then crumbs. It is light, airy and has a delicate texture that helps it crisp as it cooks. The texture is especially wonderful for fried food as it absorbs less oil than breadcrumbs, keeping the food more crisp and crunchy and healthy.  


 Alternatives to Chips  Enjoy the most traditional potato alternatives with your fish! The Sea Shell prides itself on using the very best produce, sourced locally and prepared fresh each day.  

Allergen Advice - We are unable to guarantee any of our foods are free of any food allergens 
Before you order your food and drinks please speak to a member of staff if you want to know about our ingredients 
Your Fish can be Fried or Grilled! 
Fried fish is lightly coated in batter then fried in pure Groundnut oil. As and alternative to batter all fish can be fried in Matzo or Panko 
We grill our fish with either butter or olive oil - if you would like it any other way, please advise a member of staff 
We grill our filleted fish for 10/15 minutes, fish on the bone for 15/20 minutes 
Grilled fish can be served with a choice of lemon and herb oil, garlic butter of hollandaise 
All main courses and house dishes are served with either chips, new potatoes, baked jacket potato, mash or a side salad 
Chips are Bottomless when ordered with the Main Course 
Our fish is delivered fresh daily and is therefore subject to availability 
Whilst every effort is made to remove all bones from our filleted fish, we cannot guarantee every bone is removed 
Prices are inclusive of VAT 
Gratuities are at your discretion 
The Sea Shell hopes that you enjoy your meal 
Your feedback will be welcomed by the Manager 
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