We went there during a rainy night in Hoi An and were lucky enough to have the whole family restaurant to ourselves. Otherwise the restaurant is usually very packed. We ordered the signature fish & chips of course plus some fresh Vietnamese spring rolls. The fish lived up to its reputation as the best in Hoi An. The fish was fresh & succulent & the batter was just right, not too thick. The chips were just ok probably because those were the best potatoes they could find in Hoi An. The fresh Vietnamese spring rolls were below average though. But hey, we shouldn't complain as the restaurant's specialty is fish & chips. Definitely worth revisiting.