Sea foods are everyone’s favorite, isn’t it? Where ever we plan for a travel, a holiday, a vacation anything we look for the best seafood around! So, where are some of the best seafood in the world? Well, there are many. Any coastal city in any country offers a different type of seafood. Each one cooks their fish in their own unique way. Let’s see the best five and where to find them –
- Hive Beach Café, Burton Bradstock, England
Present at the classic holiday spot, this restaurant is famous for its fish pies, grilled herring, and crab sandwich with chips. It’s a very small eatery and has its menu written in a blackboard with chalk near the billing.
- La Guerrerense, Ensenada, Mexico
Run by a lady named Sabina Ensenada, she has invented some really complex menu and foods with seafood. Pismo Clam, Sea Urchin, Octopus, Mussels are some of her specialties. Her homemade Salsas are something one should never miss. This restaurant has been run by Sabina for almost 40 years and is now one of the famous shops in Mexico.
- Marshall Store, Marshall, CA
Present in a one-hour long drive from San Francisco to a dockside shanty on Tamales Bay, this place is famous for its oysters. The oysters which are got from a farm nearby are cooked in a special way and the taste is something which we can’t get anywhere across the globe. A must visit place for oyster lovers! It is also famous for its bowl of clam chowder which can make anyone feel energetic on a cloudy day.
- Cha Cha Thang Long, Hanoi, Vietnam’
Vietnam’s signature seafood white snakehead fish is prepared in one of the best ways possible in this old canteen. The fish is marinated in galangal, shrimp paste, and turmeric and saute not in the kitchen but at your table over a charcoal burner and served with vermicelli noodles, fish sauce and load of dill.
- Bangpo Seafood, Koh Samui, Thailand
The best place for seafood is Thailand; this joint is famous for its deep fried red snapper and khoei jii. Khoei jii is its signature dish made from shrimp paste, crabmeat, coconut, and spices roasted over a fire in a coconut husk. This place is also known for its ambiance where the tables are placed in sand.
Mouth watering already isn’t it? Pack your bags, go for the vacation, and hunt for the seafood!