Redfish (Sebastes Marinus) are a slow-growing, deep-sea fish commonly marketed as “ocean perch,” even though it’s not actually a perch. Redfish, as their name suggests, are bright red or orange-red in colouring and have large eyes, a short body and gaping mouth.
The firm texture of Redfish makes it highly suitable for soups, chowders and stews, and its flavour will hold up to a variety of sauces. Try an orange butter sauce – it perfectly compliments its delicate flavour. Fillets hold together best with the skin on, though the flavour will be more pronounced. It is also a popular fish in Asian cooking, where it is often steamed whole.
It's MSC standard as an environmentally responsible fishery.
It's cut and packed into around 140-200g per piece (Skin-On & Boneless)
Storage: Keep frozen at -18°C or below