Our friends are right, it's tasty and inexpensive, even the combination dinners are under $15, likely no threatened fish species on the menu. We liked the coconut shrimp, the crab cake was good sized and tasted more of crab than added seasoning. They also serve basa (you can't call it catfish), farm raised in SE Asia, but not oily or strong flavored. The room is bright and pleasant, as long as you don't sit facing the stuff piled around the kitchen door.
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