SEA FOOD

Open ocean joaillerie, old wooden treasure chests, parchment maps and famous pirate flags. It might look uniform from the air, but the open ocean is extremely varied. Inside its mystic waters too many species become incredible voyagers that reach our table. Exquisite delicacies that compose unique recipes and delicious dishes with the most complex tastes.

Inga Saffron, Caviar

“…how the virgin eggs of the prehistoric-looking, bottom-feeding sturgeon
were transformed from a humble peasant food into a czar’s delicacy–and ultimately
a coveted status symbol for a rising middle class….
how the glistening black eggs became the epitome of culinary extravagance…
how Greek sea captain first discovered the secret method of transporting
the perishable delicacy to Europe…”

Place of
origin

  • French Crystal Baerii Caviar

  • Malossol Caviar

  • Royal Baerii Caviar

  • Russian Oscietra Caviar

  • Sevruga Caviar

  • Baluga XX Caviar

  • King of Kings Almas Caviar

  • Avruga Caviar

    120g

  • Tsar Alexeii Smoked Salmon Heart

    100g

  • Smoked Sturgeon fillet

    225g

  • Classic Scottish Smoked Salmon

    100g

  • Keta Wild Salmon Caviar

  • Smoked Salmon Caviar

  • Beluga Caviar

  • Imperial Caviar

  • Kaluga Caviar

  • White Sturgeon Caviar

  • Lumpfish Caviar

    100g

  • Crabmeat (fresh)

    454g

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