All posts tagged: Tsipoura

Sea Bream & King Prawns with Kale Recipe

During the week, we tried out a fishmongers in Tooting, which was quite novel for us, as we didn’t have anything like this on our doorstep in Bow. So we got quite excited about what was on offer, everything from squid to oysters. One of my favourite fish is sea bream, or tsipoura as we called it in Cyprus. It was always served whole, cooked on the BBQ and served with chips and a huge number of meze plates. You can read an example of this here, one of my previous blog posts about Yialos Taverna in Paphos. The entire meal, including drinks, would normally cost no more than about 15 Euros per person, so I was always disappointed when I first moved back to the UK, when ordering sea bream or bass in a restaurant, that it was already filleted and was often pretty pricey. Part of the fun is filleting the fish, and I also (perhaps weirdly) really like the taste of the skin, which you often don’t get served in restaurants. The …