Sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax) is one of the most popular Mediterranean fish. Sea bass is a fish of the Moronida family found in the Mediterranean Sea and the northeast Atlantic coast. His body is elongated. This particular species has silver color, while the juveniles black spots on their back and their side. Silver is a bit darker on the back and lighter towards the belly. Its name “dicentrarchus” is due to the presence of two dorsal fins, the anterior triangle and the back trapezoid. Sea bass prefers a sandy, rocky or seaweed-covered seabed and, nowadays, it is in direct competition with the sea bream for the title of the world’s favorite Mediterranean fish. It thrives in the clear, blue, Greek waters, in conditions that guarantee its lustrous looks and distinctive flavor, as well as its smooth flesh, rich in Omega-3 fats which are responsible for its high nutritional value, combined with the other nutrients it contains.