Plaice 'n' Order - fresh fish and seafood

This is an update to let you all know that card payments are now available. This is a mobile card chip and pin reader, or contact-less up to £30. This is exactly the same type of machine you use in stores but this is a mobile device, the same as taxi drivers are now using.

This now makes our service even more convenient - simply browse our website, place your order by phone or email and have the fresh fish prepped how you want it, delivered on a day and time that is right for you.

Orders in before 9pm will guarantee next day delivery. There is no catch - just great quality fish and friendly professional service.

Plaice 'n' order delivers fresh fish and seafood to your door. With suppliers including Billingsgate, we can offer a huge range of products and quality. We deliver 6 days a week, at a convenient time for you. Based in Margaretting, Essex, we will deliver all over Essex.

We offer free delivery on orders over £12 in the CM4 postcode and free delivery on orders over £16 CM1, CM2, CM5, CM11, CM12, CM13 and CM15 postcodes.

Free delivery on orders over £20 to CM3, CM77, CM7, CM14, CM16

Free delivery on orders over £30 to any postcodes outside these areas.

Ordering is easy, either by phone (includes 24/7 answerphone) or email, next day delivery .
Closed Sundays.

We sell everything from traditional jellied eels, mussels, cockles to exotic fish such as Tuna, Red Snapper, Kingfish and much more. As well as fresh fish, we have smoked fish, frozen breaded, frozen battered, frozen prawns all sizes. All kinds of live shellfish, lobster, crab and mussels.

We even sell handy ingredients such as batter mix, bread crumbs, sauces, mushy peas and chunky Gourmet chips.

Follow us on Facebook to get updates on offers such as "Catch of the Day".

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Phone: 07534131907 or 01277 295762
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