I'm not a native English speaker.
May I conclude that we should use Simple tenses rather than Progressive tenses when using verbs of perception such as "want", "hate", "like", and etc.
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)