Jollys of Orkney have served premium quality fish and shellfish to Orkney for almost 60 years. We also offer a wide range of other popular Orkney products, such as cheese, meats, oatcakes, biscuits and Orkney Hampers.
Today, the company remains a family owned business, owned by Orcadians George and Anne Stout. It is still thriving, and continues to use traditional methods in this modern age, such as smoking fish in their own kiln, as well as filleting fish and preparing shellfish by hand.
As well as our main shop at Hatston, you can also visit us in our fantastic Kirkwall deli, The Brig Larder and browse through a large range of our fish produce as well as a selection of Orkney Fudge, Cheese, Oatcakes, Meat and more.
Please browse our website for a flavour of Orkney which can be yours at the touch of a button. There's free UK delivery on all orders over £20, so go on, what are you waiting for!
While we all love traditional fish and chips, sometimes it's nice to put a new spin on cooking with fresh fish. This delicious recipe serves two and combines Jollys fresh haddock fillets with another Orkney staple, the oatcake. For an extra hit of sundried tomato flavouring, we used Orkney Bakery Sundried Tomato Oatcakes but Stockan's Oatcakes work equally as well.
A Tammie Norrie is the Orcadian word for a Puffin, the cute little seabirds that nest in Orkney's sea cliffs each year between April and August. These cookies are made from Tammie Norrie Poo. Well, not actually real poo (eww!) but the yummy yoghurt covered raisins we sell here at Jollys.
These cookies are really easy to make and take just 12 minutes in the oven, making them an ideal recipe for bakers young and old. They're made with oats and brown sugar for a nice gooey texture and sweet taste.
The hustle and bustle is building at Jollys of Orkney as we start preparing our deliveries for the Christmas period.
Over the next 12 days, we’ll be sharing our 12 top tips to enjoying fine Orcadian food over the festive season, and celebrating Christmas in style!