The first thing that strikes you about this place is that you could quite easily mistake the place for a listing rotting shell of a boat. Don't walk away though because at night it shimers and shines in all it's glory and becomes quite possibly one of the strangest restaurants. To even reach the seats is a challange as you make your way up the stairs on a boat that is actually listing at what must be a 45 degree angle. Makes walking difficult so I advise you don't drink too much prior to your visit!! Once you've made it you'll find it a nice place with good local food. We've dined there a number of times and the angle still gets me.
During my last visit to Zhanjiang, I decided to revisit the restaurant whilst the wife was playing mahjong. Rather disapointingly they have 'righted' the ship which sort of defeats the charm of the place.
An open kitchen restaurant has 10 to 15 small kitchens located against the side and back wall. Each one prepares a specialty like fish or dimsum and displays it. You get a waitress and she follow you as you pick out food from the displays
Favorite Dish: I love Bok Choi. Everything is good here.