National Seafood Week, organised by the industry body Seafish, is an annual event to get people to eat fish more often. Through new recipes, demonstrations, workshops and tasting evenings, we’re keen to show you how easy it is to cook and eat delicious fresh fish at home. It all kicks off today, with the ever-humorous Fish Pun Day, which last year produced 11.5 million social media impressions alone (#fishpunday).
This year Seafood Week runs from 7th – 14th October, with a different fish celebrated each day.
- Friday 7th – Cod
- Saturday 8th – Mussels
- Sunday 9th – Mackerel
- Monday 10th – Prawns
- Tuesday 11th – Plaice
- Wednesday 12th – Sardines
- Thursday 13th – Tuna
- Friday 14th – Haddock
Have a HAPPY HOUR!
We’ll be handing out recipes & top tips, hosting tastings and there’ll be plenty of special offers in store all week, but make the most of our HAPPY HOUR every day from 11-12. Spend £40 and get 2 FREE mini bottles of Prosecco!
ENTER OUR COMPETITION to win a Ramus FORTY cookbook!
Keep an eye on our blog for information about our key suppliers and enter our competition for a chance to win a Ramus FORTY cookbook.
We’ve got new recipe ideas, such as these Scampi Sliders from Whitby Scampi and our team will be able to help and advise in store.
NEW RESTAURANT GUIDE
Today also sees the launch of our new Ramus Restaurant Guide. Designed as a tool for customers to find great places to enjoy fish and seafood around Yorkshire, visitors to the Ramus website will be able to search by location and restaurant type, and discover new and exciting places to eat.
“Our customers in Harrogate & Ilkley value high quality, responsibly sourced seafood and often ask where they can eat this when they dine out,” says Jonathan Batchelor, Ramus MD. “To help in the hunt for the freshest fish and seafood, we’ve listed some of the restaurants where we know they’ll be delighted with the seafood on offer.”
Check out http://www.ramus.co.uk/restaurants/ to start your voyage of discovery!
For more information about Seafood Week, visit the Fish is the Dish website: http://www.fishisthedish.co.uk/seafoodweek