A great looking fish, with a mix of orange, red and pink coloured skin. Not a large fish, ranging in size from 200g to 1kg, but has a big flavour, which comes from its diet of crustaceans. Larger fish can be filleted, but best to look for 400-600g fish - they simply need scaling carefully (the skin is delicate), gills removing, then grilling or baking whole. The flesh is a wonderful pale pink, and very delicate, but takes strong flavours, and works especially well with fennel or tapenade. Indian Red Mullet is a very similar species from the same family, and is flown in regularly.