We resumed our Sunday Ritual today as my mother-in-law arrived from her month long trip yesterday. She wanted to give her pasalubong to a friend in Manila so we decided to eat at SINCERITY. Sincerity is located along Yuchengco Street. It’s a hole in the wall restaurant that has been in existence for almost 50years. If you don’t look for it, you might miss it!
Sincerity is best known for its Fried Chicken, dubbed as the best one in town. Its moist, juicy and very tasty. You can order their half or full chicken. Below is an order of a half chicken (PHP150.00) –
However, the Fried Chicken is not the only thing worth trying in this restaurant –
Oyster Cake (PHP240.00): If you’ve been reading my blog, you would notice that I love Oyster Cake and have been trying it in Chinese restaurants we have eaten. Battered in egg and mixed with vegetables, this delicious dish is quite filling and a Chinese take on an oyster dish. This dish is worth a visit to Manila and to SINCERITY.
Kikiam: This rolled pork with radish and vegetables is a favorite of Hubby.
Sate Cha Mi: This was what my mom-in-law ordered. Stir fried in Sate Sauce with pork and vegetables, this is also a must try here at Sincerity.
Siomai: We ordered this for the first time. I think this was home-made and not the outsourced cheap type. There wasn’t much filling or pork fat on the siomai. At PHP70.00 and for 5 pcs, this is worth it.
Native Chicken on Misua soup: My mother-in-law wanted a soup dish so this is what hubby ordered. I didn’t get to try this dish though but by the looks of how they both devoured it, I can surmise that its good. 🙂
Oh! And don’t forget to ask for their pickled raddish! It comes with their Oyster cake but I think you can request for it even if you don’t order the dish.
If you happen to be in Binondo and looking for a good comfort food restaurant, this is a must-try. Make sure to arrive early though as queues sometimes become long during lunch and dinner.