I like Congee and noodles and can eat them for breakfast, lunch or dinner. We tried this place for the first time, near Novotel Hotel and Jordan MTR station. It's a small, humble place, hardly can squeeze in 10 square tables and lacking of decor and ambience. You will see the menu hand-written in large Chinese characters on both sides of the wall, listing the various types of congee and noodles. The chief waitress (oh, she could speak a few languages) recommended the liver congee and the fish congee as they are the most popular in the restaurant. We decided to try a variety and ordered the liver, the fish and the pork congee. You can watch the Chef preparing them in front of you (through a glass partition) and drawing the congee from a huge pot - being regularly stirred with a long wooden pole. The congee is smooth and very high quality, and a dash of pepper is recommended. We saw a few customers ordering frog-leg congee. We also tried the dried thin noodles with liver and a dish of green Kai Lans in oyster sauce. The liver was just medium done and came in generous portion. It was a good meal, not expensive and very much home-cooked style. We witnessed a large group of Thais tourists trying out the food and they seemed to enjoy the experience too. We will return again to sample the other types of congee.
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