Halibut

Halibut is lean and therefore among the least “fishy” tasting fishes. The meat is firm, snow white, and right for chowder as well as frying for fish and chips or inclusion in a salad. The restaurant 167 Raw in Charleston serves halibut ceviche – silky white nuggets of fish in sweet/tart citrus marinade.

Restaurants With This Dish

The Hangar on the Wharf

JUNEAU, AK

Tacos filled with shrimp, salad, and jalapeno cream
Fisherman’s Market

COEUR D'ALENE, ID

167 Raw

CHARLESTON, SC

Freshy’s Seafood Market

MERCER ISLAND, WA

Cafe Waterfront

EUREKA, CA

Ocean Bleu @ Gino’s

NEWPORT, OR

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