Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Lung Kee Congee & Noodles 龍記粥粉麵


After leaving Toys R Us at Lansdowne empty handed with no tamagotchis, an on the way stop to my favourite juice stand was needed, 8 Juice at Aberdeen Centre. There were some thoughts on trying most of the food stalls at Aberdeen rather than visiting a restaurant for dinner, however, the worst feeling (for me) would be leaving the mall with an unsatisfied full stomach. Because then, I would be complaining about wanting to eat something tasty without knowing what, and visiting a restaurant after would just be stupid. I do plan on trying a bunch of the food stalls at Aberdeen for dinner one day though, it would be quite fun. After grabbing the drinks, I went for some congee because I felt a bit cold, so Lung Kee Congee & Noodles it was. Fine, I was also hungry and needed a snack before dinner.


CONGEE COMBO, PRESERVED EGG & LEAN PORK CONGEE AND STEAMED RICE ROLL ($6.75). I did not have much of an expectation for congee at a food court, however, the congee tastes pretty good. The congee has been boiled for a long time resulting in a flavourful slow cooked taste with a smooth creamy consistency. The shredded pork tastes tender and the diced preserved eggs are in easy to eat medium sized pieces. Lung Kee's congee tastes very comparable to Congee Noodle King's and has less MSG (I am not against MSG btw). For the choice of side, the steamed rice roll is housemade, tastes fresh as well as soft and is not microwaved (some restaurants microwave). The combo has a very good value and the food tastes above average, no complaints.


MANGO JUICE AND WATERMELON WITH COCONUT JELLY FROM 8 JUICE.

Food: 3/5
Service: N/A

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1 comment:

  1. Lol!! there were new tamagotchis last year at walmart, a newer version

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