Snowy coast - SAMPER Antarctic fisheries

Chilean
Seabass

(Dissostichus eleginoides)

Our teams are constantly braving the elements in the harsh, icy waters of the Kerguelen and Crozet islands to bring back the Chilean Seabass, the "white gold" of the French Southern and Antarctic Lands. This delicacy, which is rare, precious and much prized by gourmets, will take you on an unprecedented and surprising culinary journey.

Chilean Seabass fillet

The Chilean Seabass is a traditional product and the pride of SAPMER. Known as the “white gold” of the French Southern seas and Antarctic lands, this fish is a rare delicacy with an incredible taste.

Chilean seabass in spicy sauce recipe by sapmer

CHILEAN SEABASS IN IS SPICY SAUCE & CORIANDER MASHED SWEET POTATO

The Recipe

filet de légine SAPMER

Chilean Seabass fillet

The Chilean Seabass is a traditional product and the pride of SAPMER. Known as the “white gold” of the French Southern seas and Antarctic lands, this fish is a rare delicacy with an incredible taste.

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Whole raw chilean seabass by Sapmer

Whole Chilean Seabass

The Chilean Seabass is an appreciated as rare fish. The most prestigious Asian and North American tables swear by it for exquisite culinary preparations.

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Whole Chilean Seabass

The Chilean Seabass is an appreciated as rare fish. The most prestigious Asian and North American tables swear by it for exquisite culinary preparations.

Grilled Chilean Seabass recipe by Sapmer

PAN ROASTED CHILEAN SEABASS & KAFFIR LIME

The Recipe

Chilean Seabass crumble recipe by sapmer

Chilean Seabass crumble with zucchini tagliatelles

The Recipe

Raw Chilean seabass fillet - SAPMER

Chilean Seabass portion

The Chilean Seabass is the fruit of hard and fierce fishing. Fishermen from Reunion Island were the first to give it a try, and until today, they still perpetuate this activity driven by the same passion determination and know-how as their predecessors.

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Chilean Seabass portion

The Chilean Seabass is the fruit of hard and fierce fishing. Fishermen from Reunion Island were the first to give it a try, and until today, they still perpetuate this activity driven by the same passion determination and know-how as their predecessors.