Saturday, September 17, 2011


Comida China Soup
An old favorite, this savory soup is made with eggs, pork, green peas, carrots and fat choi. It’s a great way to start you meal.

  Pinsec Frito
Deep fried wanton wrapper with a minced pork or shrimp filling, perfect with our sweet and sour sauce.

    Cold Cuts Platter

An appetizer platter consisting of roast barbecued pork, lechon macau, chinese sausage, pata jamon, seaweed and century egg.

  Ampalaya Con Carne
Tender sliced beef with sliced ampalaya (bitter melon) with just the right degree of bitterness stir-fried in a tasty sauce. This dish has won many "converts" who have discovered the pleasure of eating ampalaya.

   Camaron Rebosado Con Jamon
Another classic Binondo dish, it is deep fried battered shrimp with ham  

Fried Shrimp Balls
Very popular among our patrons, it is minced shrimp coated in bread crumbs and fried until golden brown.
Comida China Chow Mein
Our very popular noodle dish is a combination of Chinese brocoli leaves, black mushroom, pork, shrimp, and special sauces over freshly cooked canton noodles for an interestingly different and delicious dish.

   Beancurd with Fish
Cuts of fresh tofu and battered fish fillet that are topped with a tasty brown sauce prepared with sauteed garlic, tomatoes and yellow beans.

    Fried Lapu-lapu with Sweet and Sour Sauce
Deep fried whole Lapu-Lapu  topped off with our sweet and sour sauce.

Fried Rice
Fried Rice with Roasted Barbequed Pork and Chinese Sausage
Fried Rice with roast pork barbecue, chinese sausage and egg. Flavorful and good to eat by itself.

     Yang Chow Fried Rice
Equally as popular, this fried rice consists of roast barbequed pork, shrimp,  green peace and green onions.

All the Press and Blogger are enjoyed and had FUN in all dishes that they served  and  all dishes  is great  and   yummy.

Filipino culture is richly embroidered with both Spanish and Chinese influences ,with cuisine as the centerpiece  attraction.How the two culture have blended perfectly in its host Filipino country is revealed in the names that Chinese dishes were called around the 1900s,with some names surviving through the present era.
Now the Panciteria San Jacinto - one of the Favorite Chinese Restaurant of Manilans In the pre war and post war era which survived to this day - Has changed its to COMIDA   CHINA de  MANILA  Located along Rodriguez, Jr. Ave. ( C5 ) in Pasig City.
The Torres Family chose the different direction from the old panciteria concept of the Pasig restaurant by opting for  a more formal and upscale ambience and feel at home while you are here relaxing and comfortable.  Served desired portion to match match pocket and appetite.old Favourites and new fare are offered in a poquito haft small or grazing portion, Small, Medium, and Large Serving.
FOR MORE DETAILS About COMIDA CHINA DE MANILA, visit COMIDA CHINA DE MANILA on Face Book or Call 6715942, 914- 0832 and 914 - 0830

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