You might think that because we are an island surrounded by sea, we would have an abundant choice and supply of seafood. However, fresh fish availability can sometimes be surprisingly limited. Some days there will be an abundant Atlantic variety and others the choice can be scarce. It all depends on the catch of the day. If choosing ‘Fish of the Day’ from our menu, it will more often than not be Sea Bass or Hake.
Sea Bass also known in Spain as “Lubina” is a light succulent white fleshed fish. It is a good source of low-fat protein and magnesium.
Hake is a soft flaky white fish with a delicate texture. Hake is known to be low in Cholesterol and rich in Phosphorous.
A favourite starter is always the Tagliolini Pasta with Tiger Prawns.