Tanzania boasts a very robust dining scene. Its filled with fine dining seafood restaurants as well as hole-in-the-wall stalls that serve up some of the best ethnically diverse seafood that won’t disappoint.
Alaska definitely dominates the seafood cuisine as it’s considered the seafood capital of the world. You won’t be disappointed with the selections ranging from salmon and halibut to crab plucked right from some of the world’s most pristine waters, it’s all delicious.
Australia is surrounded by a variety of fresh seafood. You an enjoy a shucking fresh oysters experience, go spear fishing and enjoy your catch or dine at a fancy restaurant and enjoy some chili-infused lobster.
Although Panama is not known intentionally for its cuisine, it houses some of the best fresh and delicious seafood in the Caribbean/Pacific coasts. The seafood has such a healthy mix of Latin, African and Asian inspired flavors as it uses blends of spices and methods of cooking from these varied ethnic groups.
Ireland is renowned for the quality, excellence and freshness of its seafood. From smoked wild Atlantic salmon, plump native oysters, seared scallops, prawns and grilled black sole, you will enjoy every bite on your plate as you dine in this country.