Husband loves catfish so always on look out for good spot. Someone on Instagram posted here so thought we’d try. We met my father there, and it wasn’t just so we could order more food!
They serve beer, always better than not serving beer!
The place was nearly empty for lunch, with only one other table eating. On Yelp, they say dinner time is their busy time. The one waiter was very good, polite, and attentive. We ordered two appetizers.
This squid salad was delicious.
Both husband and father pointed to picture of this with interest, so we ordered it. Not sure what it was, I think, think it might be betel leaf wrapped meat with fried shallots. Excellent!
Okay, so now main course. Catfish. (this is a variety of fish that is called catfish in parts of Asia but I don’t think is what we know as catfish here in US - I could be wrong) It was clear that we didn’t know what to do, so the waiter kindly cut up the fish and explained what sauce we were to use. The fish comes with rice paper in this cool set up that has warm water, so you moisten each paper as you need. You make your own spring rolls. The skin was wonderfully crispy and meat moist. We had enough for leftovers the next day.
Not clear from this picture, but there was plenty of fish left. I think we ordered a medium? or was it a large? Either way, more than enough with appetizers for three people.
The waiter helped us pack up leftovers.
We will definitely be back!