Where the Chef's Shop for Seafood
A recent review in the Wall Street Journal mentions Peter's Florida Seafood in an online seafood buying guide. Peter has been providing the highest quality, freshest seafood to top chefs across the USA for over 30 years, and now delivers direct to the home chef overnight to enjoy restaurant quality dishes at home. Click here to read the article.
Great Review by Business Insider
Don't take our word for it, take Owen's! Peter sent a Florida fish sampler box to Owen Burke, writer for Business Insider magazine. Quote from the article, "If it's Caribbean- or Florida-based seafood you're after, you'll have a tough time finding yellowtail snapper, gulf shrimp, or stone crab claws any fresher. Everything we tried (and more than 3,000 miles away from Florida, in San Francisco, at that) was expertly packaged and sealed, and arrived without a drop of air and minimal water inside. We even ate the Florida Royal Red Shrimp raw on your behalf, dear reader (highly recommended)." To read the full article, click...
Holidays are a time for comfort food, and there's none other than mac 'n cheese, Florida style with lobster in it! Visit our holiday recipe page to view and download the recipe from Even Keel Restaurant's Chefs, and order your fresh seafood delivered at home to enjoy with family and friends. Wishing you a healthy, and happy holiday season from the Jarvis family!
NATIONAL SEAFOOD MONTH
October is a time to celebrate fish, especially the freshest, sustainably caught and local varieties available at Peter's Florida Seafood. From the dock to your table in 24 hours, fresh filets from Florida are the home chef's choice. Varieties include Mahi Mahi, a local favorite with a firm texture and slightly sweet flavor; Atlantic Swordfish which are great on the grill; and Yellowtail Snapper, a delicate and lean filet with a mild flavor. Peter's fresh fish are filleted and vacuum-sealed within hours of being caught, then shipped overnight with medical grade frozen gel packs to guarantee freshness. Order more fish than just for tomorrow's dinner, and you can freeze the...