Gilthead sea bream
The gilthead sea bream has been part of culinary culture since Roman times. Aurata is derived from the Latin word Aureus (gold), which evokes its crown; the gold-like markings between the fish's eyes.
ORIGIN: Tunisia, Greece, Turkey
- Its pale grey flesh is lean, but very juicy.
- It has a flaky, fairly firm yet velvety texture. Its taste is delicate and fresh, punctuated with notes of vanilla.
- Rich in vitamins B3 and B12, as well as in phosphorus and selenium.