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Stefan Griesbach has always been ahead of the flotilla.
In tandem with offering the finest fish on the finest market fish counters that you can find in Ireland, Mr Griesbach has also always pioneered ways in which to get that superb fish to more and more people. He has explored the ways of the web and, with his latest innovation, Eat More Fish, he has hit on the way in which online ordering can get the freshest west coast fish straight to your door in double-quick time. Utilising a super-fast courier service – for us, it was Galway to West Cork overnight – means that getting fish of immaculate quality is easier than ever: simply log in, order, pay, and then go and start heating the frying pan. Chances are, the fish you order is actually still in the waters when you make your order. Stefan also operates a great service where he explains what fish are at their peak at what times of the year, and details conditions at sea and other maritime and piscine details that allow us to feel up close to the source of our fish. Eat More Fish is revolutionary, so don’t miss the revolution.

53.2907079, -9.0157267
Stefan Griesbach
5 & 6 Royal Rock, Ballybane Industrial Estate, Galway H91 UK82
+353 91 440167

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