(February 14, 2019) Although Giant Marine Isopods have been around for 300 million years, these interesting sea creatures are new to the culinary scene, and are becoming increasingly common in sushi restaurants. They contain roe similar to sea urchins (Uni), and have a surprisingly good quantity of tasty leg and body meat–which people say tastes like blue crab.
It is still an unknown-new potential food source.
Have we piqued your interest?
Learn more about these new to the scene delicacies and see them up close.
We will be showcasing them live, along with our Japanese Flounder, Golden Crabs
and world famous Island Queen Lobsters at the upcoming Seafood Expo North America.