“If it swims we have it!” is the well chosen motto at this excellent fish shop - especially if it's oak smoked salmon you're looking for.
Wrights of Marino
“If it swims we have it!” is the well-chosen motto at this excellent fish shop - especially if it's oak smoked salmon you're looking for.
John Wright is the third generation of his family to run the business, which dates back to the early 20th century. Smoked salmon is a particular speciality but they carry a wide range of fish and seafood
They also have a special reputation as a quality wholesalers - you'll see them credited on many of the top menus around Ireland.
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