Patagonian Toothfish (Portion Cut)
The Patagonian toothfish is a big deep-sea fish. The name comes from the strong, pointy teeth and the region where the fish was discovered - Patagonia, South America
In markets and restaurants, it is typically marketed as Chilean seabass. The meat is tender, moist and moderately oily with large, thick flakes.
Known as “White Gold”
The Patagonian toothfish is known as “white gold” in the commercial fishing industry due to the high prices it can fetch on the market.
This prized fish is very versatile. With high fat content and white flesh it is perfect for pan frying, grilling or barbequing.
*Origin: Falkland Islands
*This is a frozen food item. Image for reference only.