Aling Sosing's Carinderia

5819 Zobel Roxas St. cor. Dian St., Palanan, Makati, Metro Manila

Aling Sosing's Carinderia
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Alex O.
4.0 Stars

After 10 years or more, I and my colleagues all of a sudden had the urge to check out again Sosing's, a carinderia under a huge tree and beside a vulcanizing shop, famous for its bulalo. And lo and behold, it hasn't really changed at all. The place seems frozen in time, and people (mostly white collar office people working in Makati) continue to flock this carinderia.

They seem to have a more extensive menu now, So aside from bulalo, we also ordered pork barbecue and adobong pusit. Wow, sarap! The bulalo had a lot of 'litid' though, but it was so tender still and the broth was excellent! The barbecue and pusit was also 'home cooked' good!

It is simple food like these that I really enjoy the most. Even if it was hot outside and there is no ambiance, nothing beats good food! A carinderia that should be in your list!

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TheMitch M.
4.0 Stars

My apologies for the photo. It does
injustice to the food.
Please allow me though to explain why the photo
is so..crappy.
I arrive at 11:30 am thinking it isn't the lunch hour rush yet so I'm golden.
Big mistake.
Aling Sosing's is not your ordinary carinderia. This here yo, is a Roman arena of hungry people.
I exaggerate.
The tables are all full.
But interestingly enough, a line almost never forms here because of the German like efficiency of the staff. This may be a carinderia but the folks here have been at it for more than 2 decades.
So, a table eventually becomes available.
I choose my order and almost instantaneously it materializes in front of me. The server nowhere to be seen.
I swear it is almost Doby like.
The patrons also know the drill.
You can take a selfie or a pic of your meal but do not take more than a minute because people
are waiting to eat and the tables are
The food is all Filipino.
Almost as good as your mom's
Maybe even better.

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