Scientific Name: Dicentrarchus labrax
Known as: “Branzino” (IT, USA), “Lubina” (ES), “Bar” (FR), “Robalo” (PT), “Spigola” (IT), “Sea Bass” (UK, CAN), “Loup de Mer” (FR, CAN), “Wolfsbarsch” (DE), “Zeebars” (NL), “Lavraki” (GR)
Spanish Sea Bass is very popular in Mediterranean cuisine and is often featured in traditional white fish dishes. It’s high in beneficial Omega-3s, calcium and protein, while it is low in calories. This makes it a healthy choice for everyone in the family.
Sea Bass can be prepared baked, grilled or steamed to bring out an incomparable flavor, or can be served raw as refreshing ceviche or sashimi.