Generally, yes. You will see progressive forms used occasionally.
With 'like' we have the alternative of 'enjoy', which does have a progressive form- a waiter will ask if you're enjoying your meal, so the rule isn't 100% concrete, but it is a tendency.
Some have different forms according to use:
The cheese smells delicious. (Giving of a smell doesn't have a progressive form)
He's smelling the flowers. (the action of taking smell into the nose does)
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