A forward-looking local fishmonger with 30 years family experience behind it
Georges Fish Shop
The Rogerson family have been selling seafood in Monkstown Farm for over 30 years.
Branching out from their processing and wholesaling business, Graham Rogerson and his sister Lisa, opened the popular George's Fish Shop in 2010. With access to a fantastic range of seafood through the wholesale arm of the business, customers to the shop are treated daily to spanking fresh fish which staff are is happy to prepare for them.
Graham was a finalist in the inaugural Young Fishmonger of the Year Awards in 2013, created by BIM to recognise and reward young fishmongers. He loves educating his customers on the lesser known varieties of fish and encourages them to experiment. He is also developing a range of added-value product to complement the fresh and frozen offering.
In the future, with all locally caught fish, Graham is planning on displaying the name of the vessel, date and location of catch as he believes traceability is now more important than ever.
Closed Sun & Mon.
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