A rounder and fatter fish than most exotics, Groupers are an underrated fish, found in most tropical waters but usually imported from the Red Sea, Seychelles, West coasts of Africa and Australia. Australians call them Coral Trout and Rock Cod, and line-caught fish are very highly prized, but they are part of the same Serranidae family and should be marketed in the UK as Groupers.


  • Has a mild yet distinctive flavour, somewhere between seabass and halibut. The taste of most grouper is similar, with a slight difference in flavour and texture.

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