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Shi Lin

Daughter and I just included this on our list of favorite restaurants. Not only is the food great, but the place is nice also (sorry, forgot to take pic of the resto).  Also, and the best part about Shi Lin, prices are not heavy on the pocket. Yey! :)



Shrimp Fried Rice. Daughter enjoyed this immensely. An order is good for 2 pax.


Beef Soup. Not very photogenic but has very tender beef slices. You can also order this with noodles.


Century Eggs with Bonito Flakes. Dining in a Chinese Restaurant is not complete without century egg. Nom nom nom.


Pork Chop Fried Rice. Mine, all mine! ;)




Shi Lin
2F Powerplant Mall
Makati City


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