Put simply, whitebait are young fish. They are only 2–5 cm (1–2 inches) in length and the entire fish is eaten — head and tail — and they are not gutted. Whitebait are tender with a slight crunch, and are very tasty.
Pot fish (fried whitebait), smoked sea salt, cacao aioli at Rabot 1745. The photographer - Hannah Fawkes
Rabot 1745 Restaurant, Borough Market
Hand thrown in delicate white clay, with gorgeous whitebait pattern adorned all around. Large sized for big mugs and good as a pot stand too.
WRIGHT BROTHERS: Oyster bar and seafood nook with daily happy hours serving whitebait, crab and potted shrimp dishes. - Location: 56 Old Brompton Rd, SW7 3DY - Contact: 020 7581 0131 - Price: ££
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The Whitebait Service-circa 1820. Photo: Bonhams.
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Whitebait mug - Neil Tregear
Whitebait basin by Tregear Pottery as seen on the Pottery Throw Down
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