Mediterranean Gilthead Sea-Bream (Sparus Aurata)
The Mediterranean Sea-Bream is a fish with a distinct external colour of blue-silver on the dorsal side (top of the back), with sides that are silvery blue-grey. Having an oval body, the meat is white in colour, firm, juicy and moist, fine-grained and is delicious grilled. It is also very low in fat.
The main characteristic of the Gilthead Sea-Bream is its golden crescent like crown between its eyes.
The gilthead sea bream has a golden crescent like a crown between its eyes. The 'portion' fish is between 400-600 grams (0,88-1,32 pounds or 14-21 ounces), delivered to the market fresh chilled, on ice.
The 1+ Category ranges from 1 kg up to 1,3 kg approximately (2,20 p up to 2,86 p or 35,2 oz up to 45,8 oz).
Mediterranean Sea-Bass (Dicentrarchus Labrax)
Mainly found in the Mediterranean waters, the Sea-bass is distinguished for its external silver-grey colour, silvery sides and stomach and has almost cylindrical body structure.
A traditional fish delicacy with its simple bone structure, makes the fish easy to eat as a whole. Cooked , grilled or fried, the fish retains its firm texture and tenderness along with its mild, delicate yet rich flavour.
The "portion" fish is usually 400-600 grams (0,88-1,32 pounds or 14-21 ounces) provided to the market fresh chilled, on-ice.
The 1+ Category ranges from 1 kg up to 1,5 kg approximately (2,20 p up to 3,30 p or 35,2 oz up to 52,9 oz).