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Mackerel Sky review – this seafood bar achieves lift-off, but doesn’t quite soar

Mackerel Sky review – this seafood bar achieves lift-off, but doesn’t quite soar


For an island nation, the UK is collectively quite neurotic about what it does and doesn’t eat. Despite the prominence of fisheries in the UK’s increasingly bitter relations with its continental neighbours, we’re a surprisingly seafood-averse bunch. In 2017, according to figures from the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation, the average British person consumed approximately 15kg of fish and seafood. This compares to 35kg for the average French or Chinese person, 45kg for the average Japanese and around 60kg for the average South Korean or Portuguese.



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