Spanish Sea Bass
Similar to our American Striped Bass, this fish is known to the Spanish as Lubina, to the French as Bar or Loup de Mer (literally: “wolf of the sea”) and to the Portuguese as Robalo. Whatever the language, the European Sea Bass remains in high global demand. The superior farming practices and pristine near-natural ecosystem at Veta la Palma make the Lubina a superior choice for discerning chefs looking for the best quality, responsibly-raised sea bass. The Lubina’s culinary popularity is attributed to its firm flesh that cooks well in virtually all preparations – whether served whole or off the bone. Its sweet, mild flavor stands up well to even the most basic of seasonings, and can be served poached hot or cold, grilled or baked whole and stuffed, pan seared, and whole roasted in a salt crust. Whole Fish are 2 Lbs each, Scaled and Gutted. Four Skin-on Fillets are Approximately 2 Lbs, Net. Farmed. Spain.