Yesterday, I saw some friends talking about A-tang. Of course, everyone can have their own opinions, but as a Tainan city person who has been eating salty porridge since A-tang, it should be okay to say a few more words. Ah Tang Salty Porridge is a pioneer in the improvement and refinement of Tainan Milkfish Porridge
Ah Tang is actually an innovator of popular database milkfish porridge in Tainan. In the early years, in the old city of Fucheng, milkfish porridge was generally eaten at the stall at the entrance of the ethnic road stone Jingjiu Temple in the morning. Milkfish porridge at that time was relatively simple in taste, that is, clear fish soup with minced milkfish back meat, fish maw can be dry fried or in soup, and then served with crispy old fritters.
Milkfish of that era were not debone, so eating "milkfish porridge full of fishbone" was a skill that required a high degree of skill, especially for children. Eating milkfish and finding the ENT department to pull out the fishbone is a common practice for the old Tainan people.