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Where to buy whole branzino

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Where to buy whole branzino

Can someone recommend a place in the GTA to buy a whole branzino, hopefully at a price that doesn't cost an arm and a leg?

I was interested in grilling the whole fish.
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If you're near Diana's seafood always start there.
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slowtyper wrote: If you're near Diana's seafood always start there.
I went there once but didn't find their selection to be that great, and their prices are high. I will try again some time in the future but I'll call them first to see if they have it in stock.
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MetalGear wrote: I went there once but didn't find their selection to be that great, and their prices are high. I will try again some time in the future but I'll call them first to see if they have it in stock.
What place have you been that has better selection? Prices are reasonable to me. For cheapest prices you need to go to the big Asian supermarkets.
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Sunny Supermarket at Leslie and Finch is one of the better markets for fresh fish. If you're in the area check them out.
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MetalGear wrote: Can someone recommend a place in the GTA to buy a whole branzino, hopefully at a price that doesn't cost an arm and a leg?

I was interested in grilling the whole fish.
Fancy name for nothing more than a European Seabass. You can find them in any seafood shop. In Mississauga: Whole Foods, Asian Markets etc. $8.99/lbs when NOT on sale.

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