Biggest Fish Markets for a daily fresh catch
Seafood is tempting, but it’s taste awesome when you eat a daily fresh catch. I decided to write this post as I am a seafood lover. When I tour around the world, I always take part in the city’s culinary retreat where I am visiting. The gastronomical delights of any destinations are something you should never miss. Once I thought of cooking myself (it is a great idea to save money and travel.) when I was exploring Asia.
Asian cuisines are delightful with diversified flavors all over. The Asian dishes will definitely relish your taste buds if you try them out. The seafood dishes I tried when I visited Asia is absolutely mouthwatering. I had a similar feeling when I tasted mouth-watering seafood dishes at New York City. Henceforth, I explored and about places which sell daily fresh cash. Over here is a list of the biggest Fish Markets for a daily fresh catch around the world.
Let’s visit together and buy something fresh to prepare a smoky grill!
Taipei Fish Market
I visited this market when I was exploring China. Chinese seafood dishes are world-famous and there is no secret to it as to why. I was overwhelmed with the large collection of fresh seafood. They were priced reasonably low. I packed a few kilos and enjoyed eating them for over a week.
In Hong Kong, there is another market popular for seafood. It’s the Aberdeen seafood market. It contains a diverse collection of fresh catches from the sea. So, take your time to stroll around and decide what to buy. You’re sure to get confused!
Fulton Fish Market
Seafood lovers are all over, and so as in New York City. It’s the Fulton Fish Market which is located over here. Get a vast collection of seafood, from Calamari to shrimp at an extremely reasonable price. So, pack a few kilos of your favorite choice and eat heartily.
I have to mention the name of Feskekorka, South Korea’s largest fish market. Inside you find hundreds of vendor shops selling their greatest catch of the day. So, make sure to take a look at this place when you visit South Korea.