Mussel Pot


Mussel Pot: half-shell mussels drenched in our world-famous creamy lemon and parsley sauce.



Mussel Pot

Mussel Pot: half-shell mussels drenched in our world-famous creamy lemon and parsley sauce. Sustainable and nutrient-rich, these softly succulent shellfishes are the perfect compliment to our dishes.


Mussels are an under-appreciated and miraculous food. Crammed full of vitamins and minerals, high in protein, and low in fat.  It is a wonder these culinary stars are not more of a staple in the world’s diet. However, with more information about the health benefits of mussels than ever before, it’s starting to change. Top nutritionists and fitness professionals have started to explore how the simple mussel boosts physical health.

Eat more Mussells!

The sustainable practice of farming and harvesting mussels has proven to be extremely effective. And it actually saves the environment, over destroying it. It is a marvellous way to reduce the pressures on less sustainable foods from the oceans.

Eat more mussels!

Mussels are one of the most well-rounded foods to include in your diet, high in zinc, iron and other minerals, vitamins A and B12. A fantastic source of protein, low in calories and low in fat.

Low fat, high protein

Shellfish are high in protein and low in fat. This is good news for people on a calorie-restricted diet, as it shows it’s possible to enjoy exciting meals that are good for you, without sacrificing flavour.

For those who enjoy a high-protein diet, mussels offer a welcome break from meat. Not only are they better for the environment (as they are ecologically friendly and easy to farm) they also offer levels of protein and iron that rival that of red meat.  An increase in protein and iron intake boosts mood, energy levels, and even complexion.


Vitamin A is great for the skin, eyes and immune system. While vitamin B12 is an essential vitamin that only naturally occurs in animal products. B12 deficiency can lead to problems with the heart. Anaemia, among other complications, and is important for good health. Eat mussels whenever you possible can.

Brain work

Mussels contribute to circulatory health and energy levels.  Are great for improving brain workings and reducing inflammatory ailments.


The heart benefits greatly from a reduction in the risk of heart problems due to the Omega-3 fatty acids.


Healthy Benefits Mussels

Mussels are also high in vitamin B12, needed for the production of red blood cells. Omega-3 fatty acids are necessary for heart health. They keep your heartbeat regular, lower blood pressure, and help blood vessels work as they should. Mussels are rich in the marine Omega-3s, EPA and DHA.

“People are like mussels. You can put them in a vat of boiling water, and some of them will pop open immediately. Some of them will have to float around in the water for a bit, then they’ll slowly release. Others never open up at all, no matter what sort of hot water they’re in.”
― Rhian J. Martin, A Different Familiar


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