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kosta_karapinotis

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I would love to order this fish again! I had it in Rhodes a few years back and I've been dreaming about it ever since. Can someone please help me!

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ellinasgolfer0320

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I can't really tell because it has been cooked, but my guess is that it's τσιπούρα which is a type of sea bream

If it's not tsipoura, then it could be σαργός (sargos) which is also a type of bream.
 

nadellii

Active member
I think you're right. I just had tsipoura the other day and it looked just like that
I can't really tell because it has been cooked, but my guess is that it's τσιπούρα which is a type of sea bream

If it's not tsipoura, then it could be σαργός (sargos) which is also a type of bream.
 

k_tsoukalas

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Is this mullet? It looks like a similar shape as mullet.
 
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tsipoura!
 
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