BBC’S The Hairy Bikers visited a Wirral fishmonger in their latest episode which aired last night (Tuesday, February 27).

As part of their new series, The Hairy Bikers Go West, chefs Dave Myers and Si King visited the Seafood Shack in West Kirby during episode four.

This seven-part series, sees the boys reunite to travel down the west coast of the UK.

The episodes, which started on February 6, saw their journey begin on the west coast of Scotland and journey through Lancashire and Merseyside before continuing to North Wales, Bristol, and finally Devon and Dorset.

Last night’s episode saw the pair pay a visit to fishmonger and deli The Seafood Shack based on Dee Lane in West Kirby where they met owner West Kirby-born, Guy.

Guy showed Dave and Si his collection of fish including Cornish hake, john dory, brill, wild sea bass from West Kirby, informing them that the wild basses on offer are the most local fish.

Guy, who has worked in restaurants since he was 15-years-old, explained to the bikers how he had “always been interested in cooking” as he cooks freshly caught scallops in a homemade salted chili parsley butter for them to try.

It's the freshly caught scallops, and the smaller and sweeter queenie in particular, that really grabs their attention, as Dave and Si tell Guy his cooking is “absolutely perfect” before they head back to base to create a feast with the wonderful flavours.

The episode, which aired at 7pm on BBC Two, also featured other locations across Merseyside including a Chinese institution, San’s Café at Liverpool’s docks, before they stopped off at Chris’s Chippy in Mossely Hill.

Along the way, they cook dishes including a traditional egg foo yung, with the meat from the farm adding a porky twist. Plus, they create their own take on Chris’ tasty salt and pepper chips.

You can watch the Merseyside episode, where the bikers visit Wirral, on BBC iPlayer.