KØDBYENS FISKEBAR in Copenhagen: a former protégé of Noma’s René Redzepi
LE PETIT NICE in Marseille: three starred Michelin-starred Gérald Passédat creates masterfully simple dishes from fish that arrive daily at his jetty.
DA TUCCINO in Polignano a Mare: just south of Bari on the Adriatic, the proprietor cruises the fish markets of Puglia, from one side of the peninsula to the other, in search of the very best seafood.
LA ROSETTA in Rome: next to the Pantheon, La Rosetta relies on twice-daily fish deliveries.
LA MADONNINA DEL PESCATORE in Senigallia: the flagship of Le Marche chef Moreno Cedroni, this two-star Michelin establishment serves superb “new wave” seafood.
APONIENTE in El Puerto de Santa Maria: at his restaurant just across from Cadiz, Angel León does amazing things with sustainable seafood.
ELKANO in Getaria:this is the Basque Country’s temple to freshly grilled fish.
NATHAN OUTLAW in Rock: relocated to the fashionable Cornish resort of Rock and just awarded two Michelin stars, this tiny restaurant of nine tables offers just one six-course tasting menu for dinner.
THE COMPANY SHED in West Mersea: this must be the cheapest place in Britain for fresh lobsters, oysters, razor clams and tiger prawns.
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