Atlantic halibut are among the largest bony fish in the world, and they can reach up to 15ft in length and weigh up to 700lb and can live for 50 years.
What does HAL stand for?
HAL stands for Atlantic Halibut
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Atlantic cod (except line-caught Icelandic) Plaice Tuna, including Albacore, Bigeye and Bluefin (but excluding Skipjack) Tropical prawns (wild and farmed) Haddock (except line-caught Icelandic) European Hake Atlantic Halibut Monkfish Atlantic salmon (wild and farmed) Swordfish Marlin Sharks (including dog fish and huss) Skates and rays.
On as recent trip the menu included Asparagus soup with crispy, sugarcured lamb shards, and roast fillet of Atlantic halibut served on a crayfish risotto with a bisque of crayfish and bruised baby leeks.
Stephen, 35, indulged in a bottle of Dom Perignon Rose and dined on pan seared king scallops, North Atlantic halibut and Circo's Symphony of Chocolate.
The retinas of Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus) contain both rods and cones (Kvenseth et al.