European countries are known for the stunning choice of seafood from Atlantic cod to a giant red king crab. All the variety of fresh seafood can be enjoyed in the fishing village and in an exclusive restaurant. Go to sea on a fishing trip with a guide, where you can catch fish and learn to cook. Fish dishes from Europe, the Mediterranean and the Atlantic Ocean to the North Sea will exceed your expectations.
Visit the charming seaside towns and picturesque harbor fishing villages, such as Nyhavn in Copenhagen, Denmark. Initially Nyhavn district was bustling trading port, where the ships came from all over the world. Today this area is full of famous restaurants offering fish cuisine with a modern twist.
A completely different atmosphere greets you on the coast of Bulgaria. From restaurants in the village of Ravda Fish Market in Balchik, Bulgaria surprised by a wide variety of delicious seafood. One of the most famous markets located in Burgas. Buy fresh fish and vegetables, walk on the sandy beach or take a look at one of the many shops. Finish the day by eating seafood in one of the famous restaurants: try the sea bass grilled in the restaurant Ethno or grilled halibut in Rose.
One of the traditional fish dishes of Portugal — a shellfish cooked in kataplane — a special copper pan shaped resembling a bivalve shell. This method of preparation to better preserve the taste of the products.
In Norway, you can cook just caught your fish. Go to the northern region of Finnmark, Norway in search of the giant red king crab, and then learn how to prepare it on traditional Norwegian recipes. And if the crab you caught yourself, it will seem even more tasty.