Like sea bass or snapper, Corvina (argyrosamus regius) has a mild, sweet taste with firm, large flaked flesh. Though pale pink when raw, it cooks up white.
Corvina is a general name for a wide variety of drum and croaker fish found worldwide. It is considered a delicacy in Spain, Portugal, and Southern Europe. Corvina is often used for ceviche, but it can also be grilled, baked or pan fried.