Oct 26, 2010
Take out: yes
Waiter Service: no
Outdoor seating: yes
Food Quality: 3 out of 5
Decor: 3 out of 5
Service: 3 out of 5
Overall: 3 out of 5
Recommendation: Cheap meal open late.
A-Ing seafood congee is a food stallish joint established in a storefront close to the rear entrance of NTU. Their advertised special is seafood congee or noodles, which is essentially the same seafood soup with your choice of rice or noodles. Their main menu items are all 80 NT, and they have side dishes like fermented cabbage or smoked duck that range from 30-50NT. They don't have a lot of seating, so it's best to order to-go. This is a quick meal that is open later than the other restaurants in the area.
the seafood congee at Lio He Nightmarket, this one seems to be lighter and not as fishy. It is a cheap meal, especially if you want to switch it up or have some warm soup on a cold autumn night. If you arrive really hungry, I recommend getting a side:
For 80NT, they had a lot of ingredients to offer. I have to compare this with other seafood congees up north, but the ones they have down south are defintely much better. So this is place's food is just a 3 out of 5: edible, not revolting, but not remarkable. The decor and service doesn't relaly apply here...3's across the board for stall food.