Atlantic Perch, also known as redfish, are fished mainly near Norway and Greenland. It is a popular fish eaten on the east coast and in the Midwest. It is sold by the “count” per pound and has the skin-on. Restauranteurs desire it for meal presentation. Atlantic Perch closely resembles Pacific Ocean Perch, but comes with skin-on instead of skinless. It's easily identified by the color of the orange red faded skin.
Atlantic Perch is lean, moist and flaky with a mild flavor that hints at sweetness. Atlantic Perch tastes fantastic fried, baked, or broiled.