Langoustines, also known as Norway lobsters or Dublin Bay prawns, are pale orange-pink crustaceans that resemble lobsters but are significantly smaller. In the past, they were coated in breadcrumbs and served with chips as scampi, but in recent years, their sweet, lobster-like flesh has earned them a place on the menus of fine restaurants across the country. Langoustines flourish in cold water and are abundant in the lochs of Scotland. In fact, more than a third of the world’s langoustines are captured in Scotland, but many are transported to other nations. Langoustines are in season from September through May, with the exception of the spring breeding season. Just Provisions offer a selection of different sizes, shock frozen or 30% glaze.