Bringing big sea taste to your community!

Craving for Mouth-Watering Fish, Lobster, Crab Legs, Scallops, Prawns & Shrimp?

We supply high quality flash-frozen fish and shellfish and bring them to towns and communities throughout Alberta. In addition, we also carry seafood treats and appetizers and some exotic food!!!

We offer both sustainably wild-caught (about 95%) and sustainably produced seafood as we support causes and efforts that are committed to the continuous supply of food from the oceans for today’s and future generations.

We strive to ensure our seafood are free of harmful additives and meet MSC and Ocean Wise standards.

Want to know where our seafood comes from?

    • Sustainably caught in the wild or sustainably produced, the majority of our fish and shellfish come from Canadian waters.
    • We also carry seafood from other countries that meet or exceed the Canadian seafood industry standards.
    • All our seafood products are sourced from reputable and government-inspected food distributors in Canada. 
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Red King Crab Legs

We are transparent about our products!  So go ahead and ask any questions. 

FISH / SHELLFISH /APPETIZERS / TREATS

*** Premium Quality ***

 SHELLFISH

  • Crab – Red King Crab – 1.5 to 2.5 lb packages
  • Crab – Snow Crab Clusters – 1.5 to 2.5 lb packages
  • Crab -Dungeness Clusters – 1.5 to 2.5 lb packages
  • Langostino Meat
  • Lobster Tails, Atlantic 8-10oz; 7-8oz
  • Lobster Meat, Atlantic – 1 lb
  • Mussels (PEI)
  • Oysters Raw (frozen) 8oz, 32oz – “NEW”
  • Prawns – Black Tiger Colossal
  • Prawns – Red Extra Jumbo
  • Scallops (East Coast) 10/20
  • Scallops Bacon-Wrapped
  • Shrimp Wild-Caught Jumbo
  • Shrimp Meat Wild-Caught West Coast – “NEW”
  • Shrimp White Tiger COSSOSAL – “NEW” 
  • Seafood Medley
  • Surf Clam Blanched Sashimi Grad

   FISH

  • Arctic Char
  • Cod fillet, Atlantic
  • Cod loin, Atlantic
  • Cod, Herb Potato Crusted
  • Haddock fillet
  • Haddock Beer- Battered
  • Halibut
  • Mahi-Mahi
  • Norwegian Mackerel (whole)
  • Orange Roughy
  • Pickerel

  FISH (cont’d)

  • Rainbow Trout  – “NEW”
  • Atlantic Salmon
  • Sockeye Salmon
  • Pinwheel
  • Seabass Chilean (special order)
  • Swordfish Steak
  • Tuna Steak – Yellowfin (Ahi)
  • Tuna Saku Sashimi Grade

 TREATS /APPETIZERS

  • Bar Clams Strips – Breaded 
  • Calamari Rings & Tentacles Breaded
  • Candied Sockeye – 2 Flavours
  • Cold Smoked Sockeye Lox – “NEW”
  • Hot-Smoked  Salmon 
  • Crab Cakes Un-breaded
  • Fish Cakes
  • Lobster Bisque Soup
  • Breaded Scallops
  • Shrimp Appetizers

     EXOTIC

  • Halibut Cheeks – “NEW”
  • Cod Cheeks
  • Cod Tongues
  • Frog Legs
  • Octopus Tentacles
  • Escargot

     SASHIMI

  • Tuna Ahi Saku (block)
  • Tuna Poke (cubes)
  • Surf Clams Blanched “NEW”

     GLUTEN-FREE

  • Cod Nuggets

Nordsea.ca  “Bringing big sea taste to your  community!!!”

SEAFOOD GALLERY

Can’t find something in our list that pleases your tastebuds? 

We add new items to our product lines from time to time so check with us as we may already have it on our truck.  We can also special order it for you. 

PRICING

Very COMPETITIVE pricing  and very much in line with other mobile seafood trucks offering premium products.

Prices change every week when we restock.

2 Ways To Properly Thaw Frozen Seafood

*** Never defrost fish at room temperature or in warm water as this is when bacteria can multiply rapidly***

To get the best of your frozen seafood you need to prepare it properly. Some pre-cooked products can be re-heated from frozen state so make sure to follow the instructions that came with the package.

2 simple ways to thaw your frozen seafood:

  • Recommended – Day before:  Take it out from the freezer and put it in the refrigerator.
  • Same day (if you are in a bind or you forgot to take it out the seafood from the freezer a day before): Put the frozen seafood in a resealable plastic bag and then place it into a large bowl with “cold” water. The seafood should thaw in about 30 minutes. If not, replace the water with cold water and wait another 15 minutes. Drain the water. Put the seafood in the fridge until you are ready to use it.
  • NOTE: Remember to pat dry the seafood with clean paper towels to remove excess water or liquid in the seafood before you put in the fridge or before cooking.