Rated 5 out of 5┬áby 7reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5┬áby eclaney Good Fish I eat Swai twice a week. Good price and better than Tilapia. 09/18/2011
Rated 5 out of 5┬áby zoopyfish this is from vietnam??? really?? but it's so good! i saw this fish at my local walmart, picked up the bag and went 'swai??? what the heck is a swai?" i then saw that it originates from vietnam and thought 'ya gotta be kidding right?'. since i was in the mood to try something new, and im so tired of tilapia and such i bought a bag. i am so glad that i did. this was perhaps the best darn fish ive ever had. so mild.. buttery... great tasting and not at all 'fishy' or muddy like catfish. there was not a single bone in the lot too! absolutely bone free.. and good portion sizes too. excellent job vietnam! and my thanks to walmart for carrying it. 12/20/2011
Rated 5 out of 5┬áby ergbigred Best fish value ever!! Basically Vietnamese catfish, these fillets can replace domestic farmed catfish with the same great taste but without the annoying curling during the cooking process. Grilling, frying, baking, even microwaving these beauties is so much easier than catfish, and they taste so much better than tilapia, which isn't much better than mullet. 06/15/2012
Rated 5 out of 5┬áby JimmyCracksCapricorn Fish Taco Supreme These fillet are much better than Tilapia as they are bigger, thicker, and have just a better texture and flavor, and they make a great fried or saute' blackened fish taco. Why pay $12 a pound for Mahi Mahi, or $20 for Chilean Se3a Bass, if you can get it at all, when you can pay on average $3 to $4 a pound for Swai and get excellent flavor. Better than catfish and better than tilapia in most dishes, although hard to beat fried catfish and french fries in New Orleans!I use this as a staple food for both tacos and for ramen soup adds...throw some Swai and a couple shrimp in the pot, saute them, add the water and ramen spice, then the noodles. OMG so simple for college student!! 12/26/2011