Scampi from New Zealand are the sweetest in the world. Scampi from elsewhere such as Mozambique or Ireland are simply incomparable. Scarcely available in Hong Kong which is why they are a pure delicacy from Down Under but don't get them confused with the more commonly available spot prawns or scampi from other parts of the world.
These scampi are packed and snap frozen at -40°C on board a purpose built scampi trawler. The care the producers take to catch, pack and freeze these scampi result in a Premium Sashimi Grade product straight from the clean Southern Ocean waters of New Zealand so you can eat them raw. You can of course also cook them and they would be excellent for BBQs as there is not much need for seasoning since their original taste is already sweet and flavoursome enough.
Note that they are 100% natural, no hormones or antibiotics. Wild caught at deep sea, up to 400m, so one of the deepest scampi in the world. As they are managed and caught under New Zealand QMS (quota management system), they are also sustainable seafood.
These scampi come in packs of 500g and there are around 5 to 7 scampi in a pack. You can choose to eat them as sashimi, cook some for a scampi themed dinner party or use them for a BBQ. Some Japanese restaurants use scampi head in soups to add extra flavour, for example in miso soup (so you can eat the scampi as sashimi and use the head part for soup).
To defrost, simply remove the number you need and place them in cool water for 15 to 20 minutes.