Belgium faces the North Sea and is richly blessed with seafood; therefore, they have a strong culture for eating fish. You can find mussels, scallops, salmon, cod, trout, herring, sea bass, and tuna in large supermarkets.
Salmon, tuna, and salmon roe are popular as sushi ingredients, and sea bream and sea bass are popular as grilled fish.
Ikejime, trendy now in France, is also becoming popular in high-end Belgian restaurants, with more and more chefs are looking to buy such fresh fish. However, not all businesses offering Ikejime have really mastered the technique, sometimes they use lean fish instead of fatty fish and the result is a dried out, tough fish, and not very delicious, so please use caution.