Long Live the King… Salmon

Salmon King

The Reign is Changing.

As Fishermen in the Northwest report that the Fishing of King Salmon is slowing , looks to the best option to replace these seasonal species. Let’s face it. There is no “cold turkey” when weening your guests from their King Salmon fondness. That’s why we look at some transitional products to ease them into your next big menu change. 

King Salmon! Everyone loves the silkiness of a great King Salmon. The name itself has been a monster self marketing tool for you and your staff. “King Salmon” and “Chinook” just roll off of the tongues of servers and the words  seem to leap off of the menu. Transitioning King Salmon is one of the most simple. New Zealand’s Ora King Salmon, or New Zealand’s Sanford Ltd King Salmon

Each have a great offering of the highest quality Chinook. New Zealand Kings consistently honor the species and directly apply themselves to the most enthusiastic recipe. New Zealand King Salmon boast deep color, optimal fat content, and a healthy glisten. These fish are a pinnacle in conscientious protein sourcing, and one of the best options for menu transition.

Oysters – *Warning* Geo-Graphic Content.



What does a dozen oysters mean to your guests? Is it the perfect brine, the creamy finish? Maybe you and the team tried New Zealand wines to pair with the grassy, summer melon of the Coromandel. Ever wondered which Local Beer has the sweet caramel to take on the Massachusetts Salt of an East Beach Blonde? Can the diner find an oyster that can take them back to a vacation? The Nautilus can take them back to San Quentin. 

Point being we have all been looking for the right oyster line-up. The demographically pleasing to your regulars and inquisitive visitors. Looking for the best oysters is as fun as tasting tomatoes. We’ve grown you an a “garden” at Which one will you pick? is honored to offer over 130 specific harvest locations. From abroad to nearest you, we can offer your best list. Availability sometimes is determined by many conditions. Tide, water temp, wind condition can all leave oysters unharvested. You can tell the weather by a Oyster list. Check out Today’s Availability to browse Regional Selections