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Fresh Fish Seafood Deli

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Steady as she goes could well be the motto of Peter Shanahan's invaluable Fish Seafood Deli, one of the many gems on the Wild Atlantic Way. The FSD crew opened their first store, up the hill in Rosscarbery in 2011, and by 2014 there was a second store, on Ashe Street, in nearby Clonakility. But their desire to bring great fish and shellfish to the people of County Cork means that you will also see their fleet of Fish Seafood Deli vans in and around the towns. And FSD lives up to its name, as alongside excellent wet fish you can also enjoy their range of prepared seafood, cooked by their team of 2 full-time chefs – just don't miss those fishcakes, and don't miss the fish pies and the seafood pasta bakes.
As if all this wasn't enough to use up all the hours in the day, the newest FSD initiative is The Fish Basket, a handsome food truck serving fresh West Cork fish and chips, along with tacos, spicy calamari and tasty mussels. Mr Shanahan and his team are bringing great seafood to the people of Cork from every delicious direction, and the wind is firmly in their sails, so just watch this dynamic company fly.


51.622915, -8.887569
Peter Shanahan
Burgatia, Rosscarbery, & 42 Ashe Street, Clonakilty
+ 353 23 886 9612 (Roscscarbery) + 353 23 885 9981 (Clon)

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