My sister & brother in law took us there for lunch on our wedding anniversary. It's at least half an hour drive to get there, but the dining experience was worth it. We ordered a hot pot with assorted seafoods. It came served with vegetables and vermicelli noodles. The broth was so tasty, and the variety of seafoods (shrimp, clams, strips of calamari) were all so good. Then came their specialty, a big cat fish that was baked, crunchy and fresh that you eat by putting some on thin rice paper, add the variety of veggies, both fresh & pickled with basil & mint, roll then dipped on a yummy sauce. Not only was it fun, but something different, very good & quite filling! We difinitely will go back. The catfish is not on the menu, but just say Catfish and they know what to serve you. Every table when we ate there had it.