Dear all, Xavier will be enlisting today (30/9). From now on, Krystal will be managing alone. We hope that you will continue showing us your support and we will always do our best to provide fresh seafood at good prices :)

Atlantic Salmon, Whole, Fresh
Atlantic Salmon, Whole, Fresh
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Atlantic Salmon, Whole, Fresh

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$110.00
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$110.00
Regular price
$125.00
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Country of origin: Norway

Size range: 5 kg - 6 kg

Fresh Norwegian Salmon is chilled and imported from Norway. 

The price is $22-$26/kg (Currently $22/kg). (SUPER worth it right now, it was $26/kg about two months ago and is likely to increase in price in November/December)
Fillets are $30/kg, we would recommend ordering fillets if you do not plan to cook the fish head, fish bones, fish belly, etc.

Fillets have been descaled, deboned*, and portioned for your convenience.

When you order a 5 kg salmon, it doesn't mean that it will be exactly 5 kg, it is a guideline for us to know what size you prefer. We will weigh it again and let you know of the total on the day of delivery. 

*Please note that even though the deboning process is done with stringent control, it is important to check for the presence of bones before feeding children and elderly.*

Fish head & fish bones will be packed separately. Upon filleting, we will debone and pack the fillets into a mixture of small, medium & large fillets. 

Special note from Xavier: 

1) These are not found in NTUC.  

2) The price difference between salmon & salmon trout is about $2-$4 per kg 

3) The taste difference between salmon & salmon trout is not as significant, but the discerning eye would tell you that salmon trout is oilier and has a stronger taste. For our side, my sister and I love salmon trout but do not really like salmon, whereas our dad prefers salmon over salmon trout. 

4) If you refer to the picture, the ones on the right are salmon trout, and the ones on the left are salmon.