Fuk Kee Congee - Hongkong
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Directions to Fuk Kee Congee
Situated in one of the busiest streets in Hong Kong, Fuk Kee Congee is your one stop shop for comfort food. The place is anything but fancy. It is very plain and simple, as if saying “you go here to eat great food, not to look around.”
Fuk Kee’s menu consists primarily of congee and Dim sum. Aside from that, they also offer rice paired with a viand. Their specialty is the Congee with Roast Goose and Fish Slices. You can pair that bowl with Steamed Vermicelli Roll with Shrimps. Price range is below HK$50.
Payment method is cash.
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