Oyster shucking class

Oysters! We can teach you all about oysters in our oyster shucking workshop. How to open them, how to eat them, the subtle taste differences, where they come from and how they grow. Our oyster workshop can be held on location somewhere that suits you. Please let us know what you and your group would like to learn during our oyster shucking class, and we will tailor the oyster opening class to your needs. We can, of course, design the course for you if you prefer.

Along with teaching you how to safely and correctly open an oyster, our courses can guide you on how to actually eat them, and which various condiments and dressings compliment them. What kind of occasions do they suit the best? What types of oysters are there? How do you rate their quality? Our oyster shucking class will teach you all about this.

How can we help you?

Hi I’m Paul,
don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or if you want to make your event into one that everyone remembers.

Why choose Red Oyster UK?

Oysters and Wine

Oysters and wine are a classic combination – a delicious food paired with a delicious drink. But that’s not the only thing they have in common. Both are grown and developed using some of the most natural processes in farming. They are influenced by the climate, the region, the earth, and the water. As the French would say – with oysters the taste comes down to the merroir, and with wine, it’s the terroir. We can also bring a selection of wines to complement the oysters and advise and guide you about which pairs best.

Book your oyster shucking class

Just get in touch to find out exactly how much fun and how informative an oyster workshop can be! Learn how to unravel the complexities and tastes of delicious fresh oysters.

Whether you want to try something new with a group of friends, or organize an activity for a corporate meeting including food, or arrange a hospitality or party event, we’ll teach you some new skills that you’ll be able to call upon for years afterwards. We promise you fun, facts, and stimulation for your mind, body, and soul!

E-mail us at info@red-oyster.co.uk, and let us plan your perfect oyster shucking class.

Fun Fact! The oyster was first made popular in the UK by the Romans. It may not be a coincidence that the first areas they invaded along the south and eastern coasts later became prized for their oyster beds!

The Taste of fresh oysters

Oystershucker Cameron shucking oyster
Oystertainer Rick smiles, upper body and face focused, wearing Red Oyster uniform. Background: white wall, faintly visible gentleman.
Charlie, our Oysterman, gives an oyster to a guest, focused on the task, with a sea and a large building visible in the background.
Oystertainer Molly hands over an oyster to the cameraman, smiling, with a partial view of New York City in the background.
Oystertainer Haydn smiles, upper body focused, with plants in the background.


Frequently Asked Questions

We prefer to serve North East Coast and West Coast oysters in the USA.
Most of our customers are very fond of the fresh oysters from ME, MA, CT, or PEI

Most of our oyster farmers have family-owned businesses that have been farming oysters for generations.

We are proud to have built up lasting, trusting relationships with ourdedicated oyster farmers. After all, they are our partners in bringing you thebest bivalves, and we work together to make sure that we provide you withthe most delicious ones every time. 

In order to serve our clients, the best fresh oysters, we travel to the coasts of France,
Ireland, the Netherlands, the United States, and Canada. Having tasted
numerous different types of raw oysters, weighed the advantages, disadvantages of each, and pondered hard about which varieties would best tempt the palates of our guests. We believe that due to this process we have found the perfect combination in each country.

How can we help you?

Hi I’m Paul,
don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or if you want to make your event into one that everyone remembers.

Call us now for fresh Oysters