Brill is a flat fish which is part of the Turbot family. Brill have more of an oval shape, and unlike the turbot, the skin of a Brill fish is completely smooth. Brill are generally found in the North East Atlantic, off the South and West coast of Britain. They are fished via gill net or trawled, Brill is a flatfish with a distinctive dark brown skin speckled with white and creamy white underside flesh. Known for its sweet taste and firm texture, brill is particularly delicious when pan fried or grilled.
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