With its wider and shorter blade, less sharp than that of the traditional table knife, DEGRENNE fish knife often ends in a curved tip. Its spatula-like shape allows it to follow the contours of fish fillets. This makes it the perfect tool for precisely separating the fish flesh from the skin. Removing bones becomes effortless with its pointed end.
A reflection of discreet elegance that perpetuates the tradition of French table arts, the DEGRENNE fish fork is equipped with three tines, slightly wider than the four tines commonly found on a regular fork. This design is not by chance: the trident shape allows for a better grip of the sometimes delicate fish flesh, making it easier to bring it to the mouth.
DEGRENNE fish cutlery goes beyond just fish knives and fish forks. Seafood enthusiasts, such as those who enjoy marine mollusks, will be delighted to find oyster forks available in various styles. These oyster forks cater to a diverse range of preferences, ensuring that every seafood lover can enjoy their favorite delicacies with the perfect utensil.