Fresh lobster and crab in Portsmouth are just some of the options you will find here at Viviers (UK) Ltd. When you are looking for delicious fish to eat whether you need fresh or frozen food give us a call and we can offer you a wide range of tastes and styles.
With all types of fresh fish on offer as well as lobster, crab and shellfish for that extra something special on your table; look no further for excellence in seafood. Established since 1985 we pride ourselves on the freshness of our products as we are right on the Camber Quay and as near to the source as we can get. The fish market is open to both trade customers and the public offering an extensive range of freshly caught local produce together with a wide and varied selection of frozen seafood.
Based in Portsmouth we cater to the areas of Hampshire, Surrey and Sussex, always offering the same high quality fresh produce from fish to oysters. Shellfish is our specialty and we are the South Coast's largest merchant of crabs and lobsters.
We are proud to be able to cater for a variety of customers as we cater for a variety of tastes. One of our highly popular lines is fish kebabs, which are freshly made on the premises and are ideal for barbecue's. We also have the highly requested cooked lobster or crab which is cooked to order with just 24 hours notice.
Fish lovers are invited to browse the colourful market display. A wide range of fresh fish and shellfish are available to cater for a variety of tastes. Highly popular lines include fish kebabs, freshly made on the premises, ideal for barbeque's. Also highly requested is cooked lobster or crab, cooked to order with just 24 hours notice. Fresh fish is landed daily, weather permitting, from our fleet of coastal fishing boats. We also stock a large range of frozen products brought back daily from our shop in London's famous Billingsgate Fish Market.
You can find us, Portsmouth Fish Market - Viviers UK Ltd, by following the signs to the Isle of Wight Car Ferry in Gunwharf Road. Viviers is just a few yards passed the ferry entrance, opposite "A Bar Bistro" formerly known as the American Bar.