Congee Noodle King Seafood Restaurant is located along Kingsway at the intersection with Joyce.
I've been here quite a few times so my ratings are on an overall impression rather a one time experience.
When I crave noodle house style chinese food this is usually the place I think of going. It's not 'high' end like a Sun Sui Wai or Kirin or 'low' end like food court but in the middle like a No.9 or Hon's, though this place is much better than Hon's.
Their food is usually really good and at a good value. We've had our share of food issues, like a bug in the chow mein, but we did go back ...a month or two later.
The service is what it is. They show you to your table, they take your order, they serve you food, they take away finished plates/refill tea, they give you the check, and you leave. It's just like any other chinese restaurant.
I come here quite often for congee and other dishes. They have a wide variety of congee and noodle soup and their late night specials are quite good. The deep fried squid is hit or miss. Some days it's chewy and some days it's delicious. It's a gamble but it makes the good batches that much better when you get it. The set dinners are a great value if you come with a small army. You pick 3 dishes and it turns out to be about 6 or 7 with soup and dessert. The price is reasonable, the quality is decent, it's open late and it is relatively clean. You get what you expect here and what I expect is fast, decent, cheap chinese food that's open late with minimal service. One thing that people need to realize is that these servers are there to take your order, refill your tea and bring you your food. They're not there to cater to your every last need and be your best friend. This is not Kirin, or The Keg where patrons can be rude and obnoxious and still get 5 star service because they're paying 5 star prices. I notice in a lot of these cheap chinese eaterys, that if you are nice to your server, they will more often than not, reciprocate the courtesy but if you are a gigantic a-hole, they will most likely treat you like one.
I usually come here for late-night supper with 3 or 4 friends. We would get one of those HK-styled congees that cost $13/bowl, but it's huge. It byself is enough for 3 people. We would usually order around 3 small dishes. Chinese fried donuts & what not. From my exp the bills came only to around 6-7 dollars/person. Great deal for decent food.