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Q: where to go for the best sea food

10 years 35 weeks ago in  Food  - Guangzhou

 
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Got money?

Galicia, Spain. Hands down.

Or NSW (Newcastle) in Oz for the best oysters in the world or, in Sydney, the best barramundi and blue-eyed cod I've ever had.

Mozambique has the best prawns/shrimp in the world, IMHO.

Want river fish? You choose: (a) Alaska, (b) Utah or (c) the Yellow River...

Mr_Sausage:

Mmm, the yellow river. DO you want lead, chromium or radiation with your fish sir?

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Abroad.

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Agreed !

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yep, Halibut and Salmon up in Alaska are mighty tasty~  enlightened  down here in china land,, might try the Spicy Crabs over in Kowloon (Temple Street for atmosphere but crabs are good, not best available) , lobster/jumbo prawns on Palawan,,,,, mmmmm   ...   masarap....

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Huangsha Market in Guangzhou, you can take the line one subway to there

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