First of all, do note this particular outlet, aka Sin Cin LINQ Kemayoran has no correlation with the other Sin Cin outlets so they’re absolutely independent somehow the fact that it’s located at LINQ makes it easy to find. This restaurant is considered pretty spacious as they occupy three floors and there’s actually a small elevator inside (this honestly wow-ed me a bit), interior was neat and clean, just proper for a Chinese restaurant, the kind of space that’s simple and comfy to dine.
For those who fancy an interesting combo of sweet and savory on each bite, opt for this Talas Goreng Madu, crunchy on the outside and moist on the inside. Don’t take too long on the pictures as it’s best served warm.
Hands down, A MUST ORDER! They homemade the tofu themselves and honestly it’s silky, velvety smooth and melt in your mouth, and again don’t take too long on the pictures as anything ‘hotplate’ should be enjoyed right away, and not to mention since it’s also very saucy you need to make sure it’s still hot as the tofu, pork and the sauce work together, the sauce was more to the savory side and not spicy as how red it is on the picture.
The prawns here were uber fresh and naturally sweet and paired with light soy based sauce and garlic dressing for flavor and aroma. It’s the freshness of the prawn that did most of the talking here, beause when it’s accomplished, what’s really there to dislike? (unless you really can’t have prawns lol).
Lomie ala Hokkian – IDR 68k
Aside from the ala-carte dishes they also have delicious noodle dishes if you fancy one, if fried noodle feels a little too common for you then go for their Lomie ala Hokkian which I found very tasty and generous in the same time! One big portion can be shared with four people, the noodle was not too soft and soggy, and inside you’ll find generous mushroom and meat to complete this lomie, the soup was really tasty and not overly thick for my liking, just spot on to my liking.
Ikan Sayur Asin – market price
You know I’ve actually dined here three times before actually writing this blog post and my mom’s such a huge fan of their Ikan Sayur Asin, can’t really spoil you the price as it depends on the market pricing and you can choose the amount of grams you want, but for the fish you can choose to have ikan kerapu or ikan gurame! The soup was so fresh, salty, savory rich and gingery in the same time, and even more comforting during rainy days (technically too we don’t have winter here), the fish was perfectly cooked: again silky, soft and tender. DO HAVE THIS WHILE IT’S SEARING HOT and best for sharing too.