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by phone: 0208 671 8259, 0208 671 5665

by mail: Olleys Fish Experience
65 – 69 Norwood Road
Herne Hill
SE24 9AA
London
United Kingdom

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Our Sustainable policy

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Olley's fish experience: a sustainability success

One Sustainable Restaurant Association Member's incredible journey

…one of the most sustainable fish restaurants in the UK.

…menu featuring a large range of sustainable seafood, Olley&'s has a Marine Stewardship Council accreditation and a 4.5 rating from fish2fork (the highest rating).

MCS certify

We recognise our responsibility to provide healthy and sustainable seafood to our customers. We believe it is our duty to ensure the impact of our business is as minimal as it can be and by working on the three pillars of; Sourcing, Environment and Society. We work closely with our seafood suppliers ensuring all of our seafood is ethically sourced, traceable and from sustainable or best alternative fisheries and farming practices. Fish is our business and we take it seriously.

PRODUCT MCS RATING
msclogo1 Blue Shell Mussels (Mytilus edulis) Rope Grown in the Shetland Isles, Scotland
Catch / Production Method: Rope Suspension
1
Queen Scallops (Aequipecten opercularis) Sourced from the sustainably certified Isle of Man fishery
Catch / Production Method: Light Dredge Link
2
msclogo1 Atlantic Cod (Gadus morhua) Line Caught from a sustainably certified Norwegian fishery
Catch / Production Method: Line Caught
2
msclogo1 Haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus) Line Caught from a sustainably certified Norwegian fishery
Catch / Production Method: Line Caught
2
Organic Salmon (Salmo salar) Organically farmed in Loch Duart, Scotland
Catch / Production Method: Farmed
2
msclogo1 Hake (Merluccius merluccius) Sourced from the Devon port of Brixham and Cornish port of Newlyn
Catch / Production Method: Gill Net
3
msclogo1 Sardines (Sardina pilchardus) Sourced from the sustainably certified Cornish fishery
Catch / Production Method: Purse Seine
2
msclogo1 Smoked Haddock (Melanoggrammus aeglefinus) Line Caught from a sustainably certified Norwegian fishery
Catch / Production Method: Line Caught
2
Squid (Todarodes pacificus) A Monterey Bay best alternative Trawl caught within FAO 61 fishing grounds
Catch / Production Method: Trawl Caught
Not Rated
Plaice Goujons (Pleuronectes platessa) Sourced from the sustainably certified Danish fishery
Catch / Production Method: Demersal Otter Trawl
3
msclogo1 Coldwater North Atlantic Prawns (Pandalus borealis) Sourced from a sustainably certified Norwegian fishery
Catch / Production Method: Demersal Otter Trawl
1
Spencer Gulf King Prawns (Penaeus latisulcatus) Sourced from the sustainably certified South Australian fishery
Catch / Production Method: Demersal Otter Trawl
Not Rated
Lemon Sole (Microstomus kitt) Denmark/North Sea
Catch / Production Method: Demersal Otter Trawl
3
msclogo1 Plaice (Pleuronectes platessa) North Sea
Catch / Production Method: Demersal Otter Trawl
3
Whitby Scampi (Nephrops norvegicus) Scottish
Catch / Production Method: Otter Trawl
3

Rating information is taken from the Marine Conversation Good Fish Guide.

The ratings appear in a traffic light-type format as indicated:

Rating 1 (light green) is associated with the most sustainably produced seafood.
Rating 2 (pale green) is still a good choice, although some aspects of its production or management could be improved.
Rating 3 (yellow) based on available information; these species should probably not be considered sustainable at this time. Areas requiring improvement in the current production may be significant. Eat only occasionally and check www.fishonline.org for specific details.
Rating 4 (orange) should not be considered sustainable, and the fish is likely to have significant environmental issues associated with its production. While it may be from a deteriorating fishery, it may one which has improved from a 5 rating, and positive steps are being taken. However, MCS would not usually recommend choosing this fish. Follow developments for these species at www.fishonline.org.
Rating 5 (red) is associated with fish to be avoided on the basis that all or most of the above bullet points apply.

 

OUR SUPPLIERS

logo – Southbank Fresh Fish We are proud to the first member of the Southbank Fresh Fish Sustainable initiative. We work closely with, and take important and valuable guidance, from Southbank on our Sustainable seafood sourcing and purchasing policies.

 

logo – Smales Seafoods We proudly source sustainable seafood from Smales Seafoods

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