Where I live, fish is sold from glassed-in cases in the grocery store. It smells really fishy when you walk by, and if I am being honest, I generally hold my breath.
At the market in Boston, one of the places you can get fish is from this below-street-level spot, where carefully-arranged fish are in an open-air display that uses the concrete steps to hold everything up.
It looks interesting. And it’s not even smelly.
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A fishy smell means they don’t clean well enough. Truly fresh fish doesn’t smell fishy. If a fish counter stinks, I don’t buy anything fresh at that store.
We are a LONG way from truly fresh fish and seafood here…and I never buy any.