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March 7th, 2011 KELLY CLARKE | Food Reviews & Stories
 

Cheap Eats 2011: Kenny's Noodle House

As a Chinese restaurant, it’s tough to distinguish yourself in a part of town that’s also home to Wong’s King, Ocean City, Wing Wa BBQ and Fubonn, but this triangular house of Hong Kong noodles has a secret weapon: really great congee. The staff may look askance when you request the traditional fishy rice porridge, but endure the stares and tell ’em you want both the tender rockfish as well as the pork liver and the mushroomy preserved egg in your silky slop. At $4.50 to $7 a bowl (depending on extras), it’s a unique, belly-warming dish and an unbeatable value. Kenny’s roster of other offerings, from spicy pork and egg noodles to plump dumplings swimming in chicken broth, are just OK, but that congee that might make a winter regular out of you.

 
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