Welcome to Pinney's of Orford.

We are a third generation family run business working from the Suffolk heritage coast.  We have grown oysters at Butley Creek since the 1950’s and our traditional smokehouse supplies our Smoked salmon and an array of freshly smoked fish to our restaurant ‘The Butley Orford Oysterage’ and our shop on the Orford quay. 
For many years we have prided ourselves on running a sustainable business, passionate about protecting the Suffolk coastal fisheries. Our ethos is to use low impact methods of fishing that protect the environment and care for local fish stocks, restoring oyster beds and using traditional methods to fish.  Alongside the Smokehouse we also have two fishing boats ‘Jolene’ and ‘Southern Cross’, that provide fresh daily catches of seasonal fish including sea bass, skate, lobster and crabs.  You will find a variety of this in our shop along with our own pates, smoked meats and cheeses and much more.
Visit our shop, restaurant or buy online to enjoy a taste of what the Suffolk coast has to offer.

Our delicious range of smoked fish, seafood, homemade fish pâtés, sauces and many other items , delivered direct to your door.​

Great oysters, smoked delicacies, fresh local fish and shellfish that keep our customers coming back again and again.​

Discover our history and life on the Suffolk coast. From fishing, growing oysters,  sustainable fishing and how we started smoking fish

Pinney’s of Orford has had decades of experience in creating the perfect smoke – balancing the temperature of the fire, the amount of air flow through the smoker, the direction of the wind, the moisture in the air, the fat content of the fish, the distance between the fish and the fire, and the time it hangs there. He produces an incredible product, preserving the old-fashioned way at an amazing level of consistency, by using little more than sound knowledge and feel. 

Jamie Oliver 
Stella magazine – The telegraph

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