Had a craving and satisfied it with longer with lean pork and century egg. The best. Trust me I know. I love it and Chinese. Don't go too early. And don't be too bothered by the staff who make you want to leave so they...More
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The title says it all: The food is worth it...only if you can tolerate the servers rushing you through your order selection and meal! Would've given a 4 or 5 if it weren't for the terrible service.
We stayed at Central n the location isn't far hence, we wanna try it. The restaurant occupy two shop houses. We took quite a while to locate the shop cos neither spoke Chinese. The place was crowded, with every seat taken. The waitress took order...More
This shop is at the corner between the intersection between Burd street and Hiller Street. We tried the fish cake, fried fritters and 2 bowls of porridge... unlike the typical porridge which is more thick and sticky sang Kee 'a porridge is more watery which...More
This is the ultimate place for delicious congee with sumptuous ingredients. Sang Kee has been delivering consistent congees with absolutely memorable gastronomical level through out the years for as long as I could remember. No other place had we seen put ingredients so fresh and...More
I eat congee in Hong Kong and Vancouver. But Sang Kee congee is among the best I have recently eaten. Consistency is the main thing for congee: sometimes too thick, sometimes too thin. But congee here was superb. I had fish ball and liver. While...More
After days of non local food/breakfast, this is a good respite. Hot pipping porridge - I ordered the fish slice small bowl. Delish! And the fried fritter to go along...almost forgotten the local name - yao cha kway - meaning literally 'oil fried devil' 35...More
this restaurant is a very traditional and local hong kong restaurant, known for its fish congee fish is very juicy and fresh and the sauce that came with it matches the congee and fish super well definitely not pricy and worth every single penny
I visited this restaurant last May during my travelling around Hong Kong. This one is very famous and well know among local people here in Hong Kong. When I was there, most of them in the restaurant seems to be from this area. Even though...More
you must try if you like congee, i work in sheung wan and this restaurant became our staff canteen. All of us like to eat congee here esp the one with fish.