She sat down for a moment upon one of the seats; felt herself carried along in the swirl of many things; decided, in her sudden way, that it was time to heave all this thinking overboard, and rose, leaving a fishmonger's basket on the seat behind her.
A moment later he stepped briskly from his dressing-room, and observed that if she wanted to buy more oysters he thought he knew where they could find a fishmonger's shop still open.
He continued to lay himself out, like a salmon at a fishmonger's
, in spite of his empty stomach and the fact that he had fruitlessly exhibited his enormous moustache and his fine clothes for over three years.
Some of the catch goes straight to the habour tavernas and restaurants, which have sprung up in the old carob-fruit warehouses; the rest ends up on the scales at the back of the fishmonger's
Cat, located just off the sea front in Porthcawl, combines the fresh products and friendly service of a traditional fishmonger along with a range of seafood deli items including cockles, laverbread, dressed crab and home-made fishcakes, tarts and sauces.
But it was decided that he shouldn't leave without calling in at a traditional fishmonger's
The pair, believed to be Royal Navy divers, shelled out pounds 100 for the 3ft crustacean after seeing him moving when they passed an ice slab on a fishmonger's
A 20FT long thresher shark has gone on sale at a Cardiff fishmonger's
The supersize species are an essential ingredient in Oriental cooking and a favourite with the city's Chinese community, but a rare item the fishmonger's
Choice range is expected to overhaul existing perceptions of frozen fish as well as present strong competition for chilled equivalents already available on the market.
It wasn't quite as embarrassing as the time I asked for a polystyrene tub of cockles from a fishmonger's
stall in the city.
The porbeagle shark was snapped up by a North Shields fishmonger's
, which is now selling its sought-after meat at a tasty pounds 10 a kilo.