Trader Joe’s Branzino Fillets European Sea Bass Reviews

(6 customer reviews)

Farm raised, skin-on, and boneless.


6 reviews for Trader Joe’s Branzino Fillets European Sea Bass Reviews

  1. Susan

    Best ever! I bought a 4 pack 4 days ago and it’s gone. I’ve had a fillet each night. Frozen but tasted as good as fresh. Will definitely buy again.

  2. Tammy

    Fabulous! I had low expectations on this, but it turned out to be great. Nice taste, texture, and easy to cook. I’m already on my 3rd time buying it.

  3. Mariam

    It really doesn’t have bones, smell and it is very convenient to make quick meals. However, I am little concerned that it doesn’t have all the characteristics of frozen fish, since real fish, do have slight fishy smell, specially when defrosted. Also, this comes from Meditation See, originally, however farm raised can be done anywhere… in this case it’s made in Turkey. I tried it few times for convenience; however, I don’t trust where it’s coming from and the whole fish from Greece or Italy tastes lot better. One star is, because it is made in Turkey. But if you don’t mind the farm raised and where it’s coming from, and how easy it is to prepare, it is *****

  4. helen215

    Delicious fish. Reminds me of my days in Italy, it’s very popular there.

  5. Evren

    This is great! Really good for frozen fish. Used olive oil, salt, pepper and grilled, served with lemon.

  6. GregRNYC

    Tasty, light and easy to prepare. Unfortunately branzino from Turkey farmed in marine net pens are environmentally harmful, categorized as “Avoid” by Seafood Watch, due to chemical use, especially antibiotics. TJ’s, please switch to branzino raised in tanks with water recirculation and wastewater treatment!

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