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Semeç Masgûf (Iraqi Arabic: سمچ مسگوف'), or simply "Masgûf", is a traditional Mesopotamian dish, consisting of seasoned, grilled carp. It is de facto considered the national dish of Iraq.The Iraqi capital city Baghdad prides itself of making the best of the Masgûf, with its famous Ebû Newâs district on the shores of the Tigris river, "dedicated" to this dish, with more than two dozen fish restaurants.Nonetheless, one can find the Masgûf all over Iraq, from North to South, especially in the regions near the Tigris-Euphrates Basin.