Carb porridge sweet and tasty. There are also many dishes that are good and goes well with beer. Recommend to try if around this area.
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This resto hv a long Q for pass few years. Mayb I came on a Thursday, not much guests and tourist Didn't order for other dish .. Only for a flavorful great crab congee Quite good .. but wasnt really that Excellent Jz good ...
We came for early dinner before catching the ferry so we didn't order much. Crab congee is a must and we also had sauteed chicken in sweet soy sauce, deep fried fish balls, and lettuce. Everything taste great and we head back to HK with...More
It was my second time visiting the restaurant but I was quite disappoint about it. The food provided was OK. We ordered a congee and some fishballs, the taste was not as good as before but it was still acceptable. However, the service was not...More
Was here back in 2014, and again in 2016. The taste of the crab congee greatly differs from what I remembered. Probably because I visited Seng Cheong at night this time round. However, fried frog legs and the squid balls were still awesome.
We visit a group of eight and actually you don't need to wait for a long time, even it is Saturday night without reservation. The restaurant is located in the center of the mid-town street and lots of visitors come here. The crab congee is...More
The crab congee is still good and the crabs are still very fresh. My food lover 10-year old son commented the congee was the best he had ever had. The waitress recommended fried octopus balls which tasted only like glues. The fish balls were no...More
The 4th time eating here, the crab congee still maintain its quality. But the menu is quite limited and on our day few items on menu is not available, so even further limit the choice. Suggest to come here with a minimum of 4 people...More
The Seng Cheong restaurant is famous for its crab porridge. The quality of the food was good as the crab porridge was tasty with enough crab taste in it. The crabs were also fresh too, followed by the fried squid which was also tasty. The...More