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Looking for uni for a pasta dish, anyone know suppliers in London, they gave it in Atari ya but asking 23 pounds for one hundred grams, I need sixty grams per portion.

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  1. I don't understand the question ...

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    1. re: Theresa

      Uni = Sea Urchin Roe

      1. re: PhilD

        I wrote that here this morning, but for some reason the reply did not appear on screen, I hope this one does. I asked my resident Japanese expert. He comes in so handy at times.

        1. re: PhilD

          Thanks - the word "uni" threw me - thought it was being used as an abbreviation for university!

      2. Have you tried asking at a Japanese supermarket, e.g. Arigato at Brewer St, Soho - they might be able to help:
        http://www.allinlondon.co.uk/director...

        1. Don't any of the larger Asian supermarkets like Wing Yip sell it at their fish counter? I know it's a bit out of the way and would need preparing, but other than going to Billingsgate Fish market, that's the only other place I can think of?

          1. I've seen it for sale from time to time at the borough markets - fresh and whole rather than packaged. I'd try other upscale fishmongers, but failing that you might get rpeserved at a Japanese supermarket, though I can't recall ever having seen it there.

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            1. re: lacemaker

              Sorry to those confused, should of said sea urchin roe! They do have it in Atari ya but twenty three pound for hundred grams is punchy, am trying to find an alternative sauce.

              1. re: UK2004

                It's a very expensive ingredient even in countries it is common so you may find it tricky to find it cheaper in the UK as its so specialist.