Have any studies been done to find out if the fish being served in restaurants is actually what the menu says it is?



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    There have been some done, yes, and there are some documented cases of restaurants switching a cheap fish for a pricey one. Most people who eat fish (like comment #1 in the attached link) can tell the taste of different fish. I know that I could tell the difference between, say, dorado and catfish, or mussels and scallops, quite easily. There are some, like different mild white fishes, that taste pretty similar, but really, that’s business. If two fish taste essentially the same, I’d rather pay less for the cheaper one. 

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