The Seafood School at Billingsgate

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The Seafood School
at Billingsgate

Learn how to BUY, PREPARE, COOK and ENJOY fish
with our friendly expert tutors; a specialist
educational and charitable resource for all

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Saturday's Catch Saturday's Catch

Saturday's Catch

£100.00

  • Duration: Half Day
  • Time: 09:00 - 13:00
  • Morning Catch Morning Catch

    Morning Catch

    £60.00

    Gut Shuck & Fillet Gut Shuck & Fillet
    Mastering the Art Mastering the Art
    Catch of the Day 1 Catch of the Day 1
    Saturday's Catch Saturday's Catch

    Saturday's Catch

    £100.00

  • Duration: Half Day
  • Time: 09:00 - 13:00
  • Mastering the Art Mastering the Art
    Shellfish Catch Shellfish Catch

    Shellfish Catch

    £120.00

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    We thought we would share a little bit about who we are... The Seafood School at Billingsgate is an educational centre of excellence in fish and shellfish purchasing, preparation, and cooking. Our mission is to support healthy marine environments and a thriving fishing industry by helping people to make informed choices and enjoy the benefits that come with eating fish every day. We do this by providing the highest quality education and training by professionals to fishmongers and chefs, lovers of fish and shellfish, the wider public, and school children. The school has been established as a charitable company with the aim of promoting awareness of fish as a healthy food amongst young people.

    - The Seafood School at Billingsgate

    FIND US

    The Billingsgate Seafood Training School is located on the first floor of the Billingsgate Fish Market, which is the UK's largest inland fish market. Billingsgate is based in the heart of London's Dockland area under the shadow of the giant Canary Wharf Tower. The market supplies an enormous variety of high-class seafood products that is probably only bettered in the world by the famous Tsukiji market in Tokyo. This meant that there was no better location in the Country for a Seafood Training School.