6 Places in the World Must Visited For You Lovers Seafood

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There are many fish markets, seafood festival, and seafood restaurants in the world. But if you are admitted to a seafood lover, you must visit the following 6 places. In reports of cntraveler.com, in the following places, you will find seafood dishes you've never tasted before and unusual.

1.Naoussa, Paros, Greece

Aega waters renowned for that many varieties of fish. But there is one of the most famous dish in this place, grilled octopus. As you stroll around the port of Naoussa on Paros Island, you will see a unique sight: that dried octopus like clothesline cloth. The result is one of the most delicious seafood dishes you will ever ate.

2. Kivu Koni Fish Market, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

The largest fish market in East Africa is one of the most busy fish market. The fish market is divided into eight different zones and is open from dawn to dusk. If you want to buy sardines, you can go to one zone.

3. Bering Sea Fish Market, Ketchika, Alaska

Feel the sensation of Alaskan crab fishermen in this place. You can try to be a crew Aleutian Ballad, after which you can return to the land to sample foods prepared from crab.

4. Sukiyabashi Jiro, Tokyo, Japan

President Obama been ate at this place during a visit to Tokyo. Renowned as one of the best sushi restaurants in the world, if you want to eat at this restaurant, your reservation will be served directly by Jiro Ono, the owner of the restaurant.

5. Lei Yue Mun, Hong Kong

Among the Victoria Harbour and the Bay Junk, you will find a piece of the past Hong Kong: fishing village that has been known since the Lei Yue Mun centuries ago. This area is home to a traditional stilt house and some of the best seafood in town.

6. Seafood and Oyster Festival International Galway, Galway, Ireland

First held in 2954, this festival is the oldest oyster festival in the world. The festival is held every September with a series of events: live music, beer test, opening the oyster's race, and a private dinner.

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