Sharyn’s Cansi House

Sharyn’s Cansi house is one of Bacolod’s best restaurants.  Located in Narra St. in the Shopping area, Sharyn’s serves one of the best cansi or sour beef broth in Bacolod.

Sharyn's Cansi

The Bacolod Food Hunter who accompanied me this time was Berry blue: Ace attorney and one of the founders of the blog.  He was astounded that I had never had Cansi at Sharyn’s before.  (He had just purchased a new car!!)

"You can't call yourself a food hunter if you've never dined at Sharyn's!!" Berryblue gently chides me.

We walked into Sharyn’s.  Immediately we were greeted by the owner and the waitress who immediately asked if we were tourists.. (Camera was a dead giveaway.)  BB and I stared at each other and laughed.. “No,we weren’t tourists but food writers!”

We walked into Sharyn's like we were walking unto a yacht.

It turns out Sharyn’s was also very used to having reporters/writers/celebrities come and visit!  Framed articles from magazines such as FOOD magazine and YUMMY hung from their walls.

“You must be the lovely and beautiful owner, Sharyn”  I said to the lady behind the counter.  This made her smile and elicited peals of laughter from the waitress.

“No, Sharyn is my DAUGHTER!!” she laughed.

I pose with Sharyn's owner.

Our order arrived.  A typical order is a bowl of Cansi with a huge chunk of beef bone with marrow and extra soup in mugs.  Cansi gets its sourness from batuan, a small greenish fruit that is intensely sour.  You can eat Cansi in so many ways but the preferred method is to eat the soup in the main bowl, then top it up with the soup in the mugs when it gets low.

Soup!

More views of the bowl of beefy soup oozing with marrow and tendons..

Marrow!!

Beef and tendons!!  Lots of people like cansi for the buttery-soft marrow.  I like Cansi for the sour soup and the beef broth.  Sharyn’s stews its beef for six hours until the beef practically falls off the bone and can easily be separated by a fork.  Usually Philippine beef is tough and gamy, but after the special Sharyn’s treatment, the beef is as soft as the primest Grade A beef.

Generous amount of Meat left on the bone

Drop by Sharyn’s and try a bowl of their beefy cansi today!  It’s awesome!

bacolodsignature

Advertisements

8 Comments Add yours

  1. marie says:

    Aaah! I love Sharyn’s Cansihan! May I ask how much a bowl of cansi costs today?

  2. Martin Banana says:

    around 180 for a bowl 🙂 Good for two!

  3. marie says:

    Not bad, thanks! Wishing all the Bacolod Food Hunters a great year ahead =)

  4. Cansi Lover says:

    230php as of January 2012

  5. Art Phaneuf says:

    New to Bacolod and LOVE to eat. Ur blog is a great find for me! Thanks.

  6. Bacolodnon says:

    KALAW-AY…kadyutay sng serving…..sa ERON’s 3 times ang kadamu-on sng karne,…LASAW ang sabaw sng Sharyn’s

    1. Martin Banana says:

      Mayo e.

  7. daxxine@yahoo.com says:

    si berry blue
    si JR gumabon ani?

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s