Not like any Seabass I've tasted We only tried one fillet and binned the rest. OK, it was seabass shaped but the texture and taste was more like an oily fish. We'll go back to our usual brand I think. The rest may have been OK but I'm not prepared to ruin another meal to find out. Submitted by Malc 26/07/2016 10:38
Expensive but worth it My favourite, so tasty .. Love it Submitted by Anonymous 27/06/2016 07:28
Excellent! These Sea Bass fillets are small but 2 per person is a good fill. So you get 8 fillets which is exceptional value and the taste is as good as fresh as you can get. I have found that the best cocking method is to defrost thoroughly, dry them and shallow fry on a high heat skin side down until you can only see the translucent flesh in the middle. Then turn, turn heat off 1 min max. Make sure skin is crispy before turning, really needs a nice high heat. Obviously season as your cooking. Fantastic product. Thanks Submitted by Pete 04/10/2015 05:27
EXCELLENT!! Ok, they are farmed, but they aren’t far behind wild caught bass in flavour or texture. I've found the best way to cook them is defrost, dry with kitchen paper, oil a tray then place them skin side up, in the tray. Put on the top shelf of your oven, preheated to max temp for about 8mins. The skin gets nice & crisp/bubbly & the flesh stays moist. Deelish! Submitted by Anonymous 20/09/2015 04:54
Sea bass This has to be the most scrumptious fish ever. Submitted by mum2015 05/06/2015 11:49
Perfection Don't usually buy fish from Iceland. It was absolutely delicious. 7 big fillets can cook from frozen and was perfect Submitted by poppy 04/02/2015 05:46