Common name: Turbot
Greenland halibut is a close relative to the Atlantic halibut. It can however be distinguished by its straight lateral line. It is a highly prized wild fish due to its fineness and unique taste.
ORIGIN: Canada, Iceland, Norway
AVAILABILITY: April to October
- Fishing technique: line caught.
- Its white white, slightly pink flesh is quite fat.
- It has a flaky, firm and dense texture. Its taste is delicate.
- Rich in vitamins B12 and selenium.