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Over our 25 years in business, Atlantis of Kilmore Quay have built up great relationships with local fishermen. Our partnerships with the skippers of day boats, beamers and trawlers means we have dedicated boats to ensure a constant supply of the freshest Irish seafood for our customers.

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Atlantis of Kilmore Quay have been supplying restaurants, hotels, pubs, government bodies, caterers and fast food outlets for over our 25 years. We have an extensive network of suppliers to ensure the largest range of fresh seafood for our customers.

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Dublin Bay Prawns

Fresh Whole Dublin Bay Prawns


€12.99 / kg
Fresh Dublin Bay Prawns have a sweet taste and a firm texture and are frequently prepared as scampi. These are a real treat when prepared with lemon and garlic. Despite the name, Dublin Bay Prawns are not found in Dublin Bay, but rather the Irish Sea, Celtic Sea and off the West coast of Ireland and are also referred to as Norweign Lobster or Langoustines.

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Dublin Bay Prawns

Fresh Dublin Bay Prawns are rich in iodine, selenium, copper, protein and vitamin B12.

Latin Name: Nephrops norvegicus

  • Wild

Nutritional Info. per 100g

  • Energy: 84kcal
  • Protein: 19g
  • Carbohydrates: 1g
  • Sugar: 1g
  • Fat: 0.6g
  • Saturates: 0.2g
  • Salt: 0.78g


  • Crustaceans
Your Dublin Bay Prawns will arrive fresh and raw, ready for you to cook.
Fresh fish is best eaten on the day of delivery, definitely within 3 days. Keep refrigerated.Freezing - should be frozen immediately on delivery and consumed within 3 months. Do not re-freeze defrosted fish.


We are committed to sourcing our fish and seafood from Irish waters whenever possible to maintain high standards of sustainability, quality and freshness. All our Fresh Dublin Bay Prawns are landed by Irish vessels.

Catch Area

FAO 27

Sub-Catch Area

Irish Sea/Celtic Sea

Catch Method