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Best Fish For The Grill

Forget the burgers and put down the hot dog. This season try something lighter and brighter by grilling up some fish! From swordfish to snapper, when it comes to fish for grilling, the possibilities are virtually limitless. However, that doesn’t mean every fish is good for the grill. Certain fish are better suited to indoor cooking methods. Some varieties, like tilapia and cod, are too delicate for the high heat and robust smoky characteristics of the traditional grill. Below we have a carefully curated selection of the best fish to grill, all of them available for purchase right here at Gourmet Food Store!
1 - 12 of 12 products:
Chilean Sea Bass Portion, Skin Off
from New Zealand by
Wild-harvested Chilean Sea Bass with rich, mild and sweet flavor
5 out of 5 stars rating (5 reviews)
Dry Sea Scallops
from United States by
Super fresh, pure wild and natural scallops harvested off of New England, shucked and bagged right on the boat.
5 out of 5 stars rating (3 reviews)
from India by
Sweet, tender shrimp already cleaned and deveined for you. Tails on for great shrimp cocktail!
5 out of 5 stars rating (2 reviews)
James River Oysters
from United States by
Harvested from Virginia’s James River, these oysters have a milder brininess and sweet finish.
5 out of 5 stars rating (4 reviews)
Whole Red Snapper, Gutted
Whole and gutted Red Snapper, wild-caught.
5 out of 5 stars rating (4 reviews)
Littleneck Clams
from United States by
Tender and briny live Littleneck Clams, farmed sustainably in a protected biosphere in Virginia.
3 out of 5 stars rating (5 reviews)
Bigeye Tuna Portion, Grade #2, Skin Off
from French Polynesia by
Skinless, protein-packed meat worthy of the finest sashimi and tuna steak alike.
Swordfish Steaks, Skin On
from United States by
Incredibly fresh premium swordfish steaks come from wild-caught fish sourced domestically.
True North Salmon Portion, Skin On
from Canada by True North Salmon Company
Delicious, super-fresh North Atlantic salmon.
Salmon Premium Fillet, Skin On
from Chile by
Our premium salmon fillets have a beautiful, bright pink color with a characteristic succulent and rich flavor.
Tilapia Fillet, Skin Off
from Honduras by
The little black dress of fish, we love the mild, sweet flavor of tilapia, farm raised sustainably in Honduras.
Mexican Blue Shrimp
from Mexico by
Fresh-frozen Mexican jumbo blue shrimp bursting with sweet, juicy flavors.

5 out of 5 stars rating (2 reviews)
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About Grilling Fish

Salmon is an oily full-flavored fish that stands up well to the grating of the grill and lends itself to that classic smokey taste of the barbecue. Thick-cut tuna steaks are so easy to cook on the grill and require absolutely no finesse. Season liberally, throw straight on the grate, and you’re good to go in mere moments. Hearty red snapper is a go-to fish for grilling. Providing a restaurant-worthy look, you can easily cook these fish whole, the skin acting as a protection from the grill’s heat and keeping the flesh within tender and juicy. Swordfish boasts a great flavor and firm flesh. Developing beautiful grill marks, this is by far one of the most aesthetically pleasing fish to grill. Don’t forget the shellfish! We have an excellent selection of premium wild-caught jumbo shrimp, scallops, oysters, and clams ready to be thrown directly onto the grill. Ready in minutes; these shellfish benefit wonderfully from the rich smokey flavor of the grill offering fantastic results every time!

No matter what fish or crustacean you choose, you’re sure to find one you love among our premium lineup of options. Sourced from environmentally conscious fisheries around the world, you can rest assured that you’ll not only be getting a delicious meal but you’ll also be supporting a movement to help maintain our natural resources and keep our oceans and lakes full of tasty fish!

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