I cruised by Slickity Jims to take a look and then decided to grab some chow at Congee Noodle House. As always the meal was solid, we ordered the sweet and sour pork chop, large dow me yu (pea tips), chicken hot pot (not shown), black bean chicken chow mein and a bucket of rice. This time it cost a little more than usual, and ended up being 55 dollars.

You can't go wrong with Congee Noodle House, cheap and tasty. Question, anyone willing to admit that they tip less at Chinese Restaurants than other spots. My friend once said you ruin it for all the Chinese people if you tip too much.

Congee Noodle House
141 E Broadway
Vancouver, BC V6K 3A9

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J-Free said... @ November 13, 2009 at 1:44 AM

Just wait until HST comes into affect, I've got a feeling a lot of us will be tipping 7% less then, paying 30% more than the menu price you see is going to be hard to swallow, especially in this town

Etienne de Cochon said... @ November 13, 2009 at 1:55 AM

I really miss this place. Try the congee with the black fermented duck egg and pork. Also, order a savoury donut on the side.

col said... @ November 13, 2009 at 2:22 PM

I totally admit to tipping less at chinese restaurants. I feel like it's expected.

Anonymous said... @ November 13, 2009 at 6:13 PM

if anything ppl should tip more at the chinese restaurants. the staff make a lot less than the staff at the finer dining establishments.

NiƱa said... @ December 1, 2009 at 2:44 PM

I could live off the Sea Bass Congee from Congee Noodle House.

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