I am not the biggest congee fan, but since I was in Macau I had to go eat some crab congee. Not really sure why crab congee is famous in Macau, is it because they are a port city? I am really bad with history, someone please tell me why. Well, anyways, so we wanted to eat crab congee and per the internet this place called “Seng Cheong” (http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g664891-d1217700-Reviews-Seng_Cheong-Macau.html) really good.
And really famous.
It was famous, as I saw a lot pictures of stars posing with the owner. I guess if this place is good enough for celebrities, it’s good enough for me.
We ordered the crab congee (duh), which costed a whopping 180HKD. That’s damn expensive for congee.
It was okay.
The congee I meant. I could see the crab, as it was in the porridge. Taste wise, meh. Not sure if I would order this again, it was too expensive and it wasn’t really flavorful.
The portion was big though, as it was enough to feed two adults.
I don’t know, maybe because I am not a big fan of congee which explain why I am not loving this dish. Try it out and let me know?
Written from Hong Kong, Home on October 29 2015