PFD Seafood – Crustaceans & Shellfish
CRUSTASCEANS & SHELLFISH
PFD proudly offers a full range of Australian crustaceans and shellfish. from freshly shucked oysters, to whole lobster, we can meet your needs.
One of Australia’s most prized crustaceans, our lobsters are sourced both locally and from the finest locations round the world.
With a delicate flavoured flesh, our local Rock Lobsters are regarded as the premium cold water lobsters throughout the world.
R/W FRESH COOKED ROCK LOBSTER WESTERN
R/W FRESH COOKED ROCK LOBSTER EASTERN
R/W FRESH COOKED ROCK LOBSTER SOUTHERN
R/W FROZEN COOKED LOBSTER FLORIDA
Scallops are available both off the shell and in the half shell, and can be supplied ‘roe-on’ or ‘roe-off’.
They have sweet, rich meat that is medium to firm in texture. Sear on a high heat to create a golden crust without overcooking.
R/W FRESH SCALLOP MEAT ROE ON AUSTRALIAN
1DZ FROZEN SCALLOP 1/2 SHELL ROE ON AUSTRALIAN
10DZ FROZEN SCALLOP 1/2 SHELL ROE OFF 40/60 QLD
1KG FROZEN SCALLOP MEAT ROE ON AUSTRALIAN
PFD can source a range of fresh Blue Swimmer Crabs or Spanner Crabs from around Australia.
Blue Swimmer Crabs have a mild and nutty taste, whilst Spanner Crabs have a white soft flesh and are known for their sweet flavour. Crabs can be steamed, poached, deep-fried, stir-fried, pan-fried, grilled or barbecued.
R/W FRESH COOKED BLUE SWIMMER CRAB
R/W FRESH RAW BLUE SWIMMER CRAB
R/W FRESH COOKED SPANNER CRAB
The colour of mussel flesh will range from orange-red to creamy white with a slightly rich meaty flavour and taste of the sea.
Mussels are also very versatile and will respond to traditional white wine and cream sauces, Asian or robust Mediterranean sauces.
1KG FRESH BLACK MUSSELS SPENCER GULF
PFD offers two types of bugs, the Balmain Bug and Moreton Bay Bug.
Moreton Bay Bugs have a sweet rich flavour, milder than Balmain Bugs, which have a more ‘fishy’ flavour. Use the shell to flavour stocks, soups and sauces.
R/W FRESH COOKED MORETON BAY BUGS MEDIUM
R/W FRESH COOKED MORETON BAY BUGS LARGE
R/W FRESH COOKED BALMAIN BUGS