Jumbo Branzino, also known as Great Atlantic Seabass for its much larger size and thicker fillet than regular Branzino. This remarkable fish has captivated gourmands with its subtle sweet flavor profile. This fish features a thick meaty fillet characteristic of high-end restaurants. It offers a flaky texture, yet holds well during cooking. Its skin attains a crispy texture, protecting the tender meat on the other side. Best for grilling and roasting, steaming, and poaching, it pairs wonderfully with rosemary, thyme, citrus fruits, and white wine.