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What We Sell

Salmon Fish Prime Waters Atlantic Salmon are farm-raised the icy, pristine waters of Chile – each shipment delivered with information of the sea farm and locale the salmon was sourced.

Atlantic Salmon from Chile has a buttery texture and mild flavor that has come to define this versatile fish. It is raised in cold waters all year long and we freeze it immediately to lock its freshness.


Tuna Found in the cold waters of the Pacific, our Yellowfin Tuna Steaks are a favorite among seafood lovers. Often called Ahi, the Hawaiian name for Yellowfin, these firm, and flaky seafood steaks have a meaty flavor that's sure to satisfy.

  • Variety of choices: grilled, broiled, baked or pan-sautéed.

  • Wild-caught Tuna

  • Ahi tuna Yellowfin #1

  • Sushi grade AAA

Salads Shrimps Plump, juicy and firm, our ready to serve shrimp are perfect for tossing into sushi roll or salads.

  • With 18 grams of protein per serving, our cooked, peeled and deveined for convenience, they're an effortless choice when time is short and the hunger level is high. 

  • Best of all, our responsibly farm-raised shrimp will truly add the finishing

  • Fat-Free.


EBI shrimp  These frozen cooked butterfly shrimp tails are also known as ebi sushi.  Ebi is a preparation style in Japan that involves the shrimp being "butterflied" meaning that they are split open from the bottom side and laid on flat.  Ebi is very popular among all sushi fans and typically lightly steamed or and paired with rice in nigiri.  Ebi is one of the flavorful ingredients in sushi. 

Tempura Shrimp  is a Japanese dish usually consisting of seafood or vegetables that have been battered and deep fried. 


Tempura is most commonly eaten with 'ten-tsuyu' - a dipping sauce (the white dish in the center of the above photo) made from dashi soup stock, soy sauce, and mirin (sweet rice wine). It's also quite common to add grated ginger or grated Japanese daikon radish to ten-tsuyu; both grated ginger and daikon radish add a refreshing edge to deep fried foods.



Charcoal Eel  Eel is considered as highly healthy food and is a popular dish. Eel is known to be rich in protein, vitamin A, B, E, and lecithin, and good for eyesight, skin, and stamina with many more benefits.

Charcoal grilled eel, the result is a firmer texture, crispy skin, and a much truer flavor.  A gentle brushing of sweetened soy throughout the grilling, the light smoke enhancing the natural sweetness of the unagi. 

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