The taste of the dishes is okay, the crayfish tastes okay, and the freshness is okay. The main advantage is the large quantity. Dongjiang fish is marinated, more peppers, and the meat is relatively tasty. Millet cake and loofah are its highlights. It's relatively sweet, not bad.
It's okay, quite satisfactory, but none of them made me want to look back strongly, so I didn't go again. For a foreigner who loves Chinese cuisine and regularly travels many times a year, there are really few restaurants that do not look back. All these good reviews are even for the overall score.