Free delivery on orders over £60

Every order supports a fisherman working in the UK

Free nationwide delivery on orders over £60.

Delivery days: Tuesday to Friday.

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Henderson to Home launched in March delivering two different-sized fish boxes throughout London.

Since then, they have grown rapidly and now deliver nationwide with DPD.

Super freshness. Go to them for turbot and Torbay prawns (while in season)!

Thea Everett, Delicious Magazine.

Henderson To Home was started by Shaun Henderson in Lockdown when his usual business of delivering to restaurants came to an abrupt halt.

The concept is simple, you order online, pick your delivery day and a friendly guy will arrive at your door with a gorgeous box full of seafood so fresh, that some of it is still alive.

Most of the fish is caught in Brixham, in the early morning, packaged up and delivered to you.

Helen Gibson, The Telegraph.

If you want to add an element of surprise into your life, buy a Henderson To Home fish and shellfish box.

It’ll be brimming with whatever’s just been caught: could be day-boat fish, live langoustines or hand-dived scallops – or something else entirely. Exciting!

Sarah Cohen, Time Out.

This Highbury favourite restaurant will now be selling and delivering produce from top London restaurant suppliers: fish is courtesy of Henderson To Home.

Ailis Brennan, Evening Standard.

Shaun Henderson reinvented his business in 48 hours, going from Henderson Seafood, purveyor of sparkling British Isles seafood to London very best restaurants, to Henderson To Home.

By Hilary Armstrong, The Telegraph.

Stocking a wide range of fish and shellfish, the quality of Henderson To Home is unsurprisingly exceptional with all orders boat to door in fully recyclable packaging in less than 24 hours, supporting ethical and sustainable fisherman around the British coast.

The brand’s close links to chefs mean that you can be inspired by the recipes on the site.

Joanne Gould, The Independent.

Talking fish

- In a shared fish, there are no bones -

Democritus