د.إ58.00 per pack
One pack consists of 190-210 grams.Sablefish meat has a high-fat content, which gives it a rich though fairly mild flavor. It has a distinctive taste all its own. Its high oil content also gives sablefish a soft, velvety texture. The flesh has large, white flakes and is an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids.
د.إ44.00 per kg
Squid, from the Indian Ocean, belong to the species of cephalopods and are found in both coastal and oceanic waters. Squid are famous for their soft meat and can be cut and cooked in various shapes including tubes. Tubes can be fried; mantles can be stuffed and baked in a sauce.Squids contain large amounts of phosphorus, similar to fish and shrimps which helps in stimulating calcium and building the bones and teeth. They also contain important vitamins, proteins and strengthen the immune system.
د.إ158.00 per kg
The Chilean Sea Bass (Lates calcarifer) or Asian sea bass, is a species of catadromous fish in the family Latidae. It is a versatile fish and has a high enough oil content to keep the flesh moist while cooking. The sweet, mild flavor lends itself to a wide range of sauces and spices. The fish is an excellent pan-seared with the edible skin, which crisps up nicely. Aborigines wrap the sea bass in the leaves of the wild ginger plant and bake it in hot ashes for traditional preparation. The fish is a good source of omega 3 and protein.
Lobsters are large members of the taxonomic subphylum Crustacea. They are well-known around the globe due to their delicious taste and unique look. Lobster is a type of shellfish that is typically prepared by boiling or steaming.Lobster Thermidor is the most popular Mediterranean dish. They can also be enjoyed as a sandwich filler, or added to rich dishes like pasta, mashed potatoes, and eggs Benedict.Lobsters are a great source of selenium and also contain omega-3 fatty acids. They can help protect against thyroid disease, depression, and anemia. Lobsters can serve as the main source of protein in a meal.
د.إ87.00 per kg
River Prawns are found wild from Pakistan and northwest India to Malaysia and are in freshwater areas throughout the world. The freshwater prawn has a delicate, sweet flavor, somewhat like lobster, and firm, white flesh. Cooking River prawn with the heads on preserves the natural juices and enhances the delicate flavor. They can be cooked peeled or in the shell, but the meat stays firmer in the shell.