Chilean sea bass, also called Patagonian toothfish, is a fish species that became very popular for human consumption in the 1990s. It is a deep water species, and technically not a member of the bass family at all. This fish is caught in the cold, deep waters off the coast of Antarctica, and earned the name Chilean sea bass because Chile was the first country to bring it to the popular market and “sea bass” was deemed more commercially viable than “toothfish.”
But what is it, and should you try it.....
Tender Flaky Large White Portions Will Never Disappoint. It is like the noble Codfish but with the decadence of Lobster...that is why it is so wildly popular.
Give it a go and be the judge