B3, Bonifacio High Street, 11th Ave. cor. 28th St., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila
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- 191 Recommend
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- Reopens: 11:00a - 11:00p
- 11:00a - 11:00p
- 11:00a - 11:00p
- 11:00a - 11:00p
- 11:00a - 11:00p
- 11:00a - 11:00p
- 11:00a - 12:00a
- 11:00a - 12:00a
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- Brunch, Lunch, Dinner, Dessert
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Workday Monday, and we were around BGC to scout for interior finds...so I saw this lightly- colored foodie place, pastel happenings indeed, which again drew us to go in, the feel seems like a breakfast scene with a hint of miami tropicality with the potted palms...
Light & Easy, that's how I would describe Sunnies Cafe...I don't have a background knowledge of its origins but the selections seem to be good... True enough, it was!
So going to the dishes, we tried the All Day Brunchies ....Steak & Eggs and the Sunnies Risotto...ohmy explosively good!!!
Mixed the Sunnies Risotto thoroughly to blend all those yummy flavors in, and the taste was harmonious! I loved the grana padano cheese very much, melting away with the caramelized bacon!!! Loved the taste of the homemade gravy with the sous vide egg as well! It looked like a simple meal but the flavors just blew me away ️️️🏻🏻🏻 omyomyom!!
I also enjoyed the Steak and Eggs, kept my eyes closed while going for the tender hanger steak with gravy, and we requested a bit of honey and chili flakes.... to create a twist with our scrambled eggs, dabbed a bit honey here and there then sprinkled some flakes, ohh yes ️️ and the Sunnies Taters were also ️.... It looked like mini lechon kawali pieces hehehe crisp outside and a bit tender within...and made a twist with some honey and chili flakes again... Simply yum️🏻
Looked over the fruit shakes and was delighted to see Avocado!!!!! This was good as well!!!! Sipped it to the end!!!!
Many things to love aside from the food, kept looking at the dinnerware and the glasses ️️️
Hopeful to come back again.... I had this mean stare at those mini tacitos from the other table...looked yummy too!!!
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Back here again because I honestly love this place!
This time, I tried the Breakfast Granola Bowl (190). Made with toasted oats/granola, fresh mangoes, banana, yogurt, and honey. So I love oatmeal! A lot! I can eat it everyday and I don't think I'll ever get tired of it at all. The toasted oats version is something new to me and as expected, I loved it! I like how sweet the mangoes were, the yogurt + honey combo worked so well together with the granola. I just wish there were more mangoes and banana added. And more yogurt!! Please!!
I was with my 2 friends and they tried the KimYe Milkshake and the Crispy Tacos. And yes, they loved and enjoyed it! 🏼
As usual, service was excellent. Servers were all so nice and friendly.
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Their menu is actually quite interesting. We had a hard time choosing our orders because everything sounded so good. Come the actual orders, it wasn't as appetizing as it was described in the menu.
☄Crispy tacos - Double the quail eggs per shell please; make the asado steak sweeter to counter the saltiness of the parmesan taco shell and maybe put slices of lime on the side to give it a kick🏼
☄Steak & lime salad - This is like the salad version of the tacos. It has all the right ingredients however it feels that it is missing a key ingredient that will pull every piece in that bowl together and make it the bomb salad
☄Chicken and pancake - Ricotta was the keyword and so I was excited to try this order. I've been craving for ricotta pancakes for so long but can't find a place that serves these. I was expecting it to be soft, thick and a bit heavy with ricotta in it but it wasn't - so not sure how the ricotta was incorporated. Hopefully next time it will be fluffier and the chicken tastier
2/3 dishes had fried egg in it. By now it is very evident that they fry the eggs ahead of time and serve it as needed. Please fry it as needed then serve it
As for my friend, he wishes the place would be 'sunnier'. Me, I'm loving the couch area This cafe is missing that standout element - Idk, maybe free shades for everyone? Kidding. But I believe Sunnies can still be brighter, better and bolder ️
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Wether the climate is harsh or not nothing calms me down than a good serving of milkshake. Sunnies cafe made me feel so loved lol. Their milkshakes are easy on the pocket but it doesnt compromise the goodness of how they make it. Right in the heart of bgc everyone should try it, you'll never miss their spot because of the pink door of the store. Yes you read it right PINK haha. And did i mention its only for 190?
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Staff were friendly, cool, and all smiles. They attend to our orders and refill the water asap. Food was excellent! Expensive though for the serving size. The place is too dark for me, somewhat looks/feels like a bar while eating my meal.
Crispy tacos for P270
Squid lasagna for P380(?)
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Steak & eggs, medium rare and poached: the steak was soft, tender and packed with flavor. The eggs, however, were undercooked and too runny; served in custard cups which meant they were most likely oven-cooked instead of actually poached. Had to eat them with a spoon because of their soup-like consistency.
Honey garlic crispy chicken with cilantro lime rice: perfectly seasoned and not oily. The rice adds a nice counterpoint to the chicken.
🤔 MAY (can try):
Nothing to share.
Service was great. My only complaint was the food was served cold. Not cool to the tongue, mind you, but straight "it would have been sitting at the kitchen counter for quite a bit to get to that temperature" cold.
FINAL VERDICT: "I'd come back to try the pork chops, salmon and bone marrow rice bowl. Strange though that they don't sell the sunglasses that they're famous for." 🤓
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LOVED the honey garlic crispy chicken. It was spot on! Fried chicken was perfectly seasoned, tender, and not oily at all. Also, the mild acidity of the lime rice balanced the flavor of the dish. Will come back again tomorrow for this haha :)
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I love milkshakes. It's one of my kyptonites and Sunnies' milkshakes hit the spot.
-Salted caramel ice cream, crushed graham, whipped cream, malted milk
Charlie's Golden Ticket
-Chocolate chip icecream, milo, whipped cream, malted milk.
Vanilla bean ice cream, funfetti, whipped cream, malted milk
-Cookies and cream ice cream, nutella, crushed oreos, whipped cream, malted milk
190 each, it's a win.
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Last Monday, while most of you are resting, sleeping, or on vacation mode, I went to work with 2 other officemates. Because you know, we're so masipag! Haha jk!
Since it's just the 3 of us, we decided to go out for lunch. We weren't supposed to call for a reservation but good thing we still did because the place was full. At 1130am, there were already a lot of customers. Mostly students/teens in their most #ootd worthy outfit. They are probably making the most out of the holiday by visiting this cafe because who wouldn't want to, right? Any photo taken here will surely make your IG feed better. Tip: best to call for reservation, just so you're sure to have a table when you arrive.
If you have read the other reviews for this place, you must already know that Sunnies is not JUST a pretty cafe -- sikat lang owners, maganda lang yung place pero hindi masarap. I have visited this place twice and so far, almost everything I tried was good. It's safe to say that I always enjoy eating here. I am actually considering this place as my new favorite cafe. ️ I like how chill and relaxed it is here. A bit intimidating at first but not really. And if you ask me, you'll also like it here and you wouldn't be disappointed. 🏼
The menu is divided into several parts -- All day brunch, salad, soup, small plates, pasta, main course, desserts, drinks (coffee, tea, milkshakes, fruit shakes, and refreshments) and they also have cocktails. They have everything you'll ever want anytime of the day. For breakfast, lunch, snack, or dinner!
My officemates ordered the EGGS BENNY w Norwegian Smoked Salmon (360) and the HONEY GARLIC CRISPY CHICKEN (290). I also recommended they try the milkshakes. They tried the KIM-YE and the SALTED CARAMELSUTRA. Milkshakes are priced at 190 pesos each.
EGGS BENNY - this is not your usual eggs ben because instead of the usual english muffin, they used crispy potato nest. It's like hash brown but crispier. Or like picnik but combined to form a nest. The smoked salmon had the nice pink color. The egg was cooked perfectly -- when you slice it, #eggporn !! Then to make the dish even better and yummier, the torched hollandaise sauce on top. Poached egg + Smoked Salmon + Hollandaise sauce + Crispy Potato nest. What more can you ask for? Answer: MORE, please!
HONEY GARLIC CRISPY CHICKEN - perfectly fried chicken fillet served with pickled cucumbers and cilantro lime rice. Sweet, salty, and sour. Your tastebuds will surely enjoy the different flavors. Serving size was huge. She was only able to finish half and was full already (but still lot's of room left for the milkshake! Hahaha). This was good but if you are to order any from the Main Course menu, please please try the PAN SEARED MISO SALMON. It's the best! I swear, it's so good, yummy, delicious, tasty! 🏼
I wasn't able to try the salted caramel milkshake anymore but my officemate loved it! She said it was "yummy!". My other officemate loved her cookies and cream milkshake, as well. Their milkshakes are very rich, thick and creamy. If you're a milkshake fan, you'll enjoy! For sure! 🏼
Since I am trying to eat "healthier", I ordered the SALMON POKE QUINOA SALAD (280). Spicy raw salmon, avocado, mixed greens, pickled red onions, seaweed, citrus ponzu dressing. Omg, I loved this salad! So good and healthy. See, not all healthy food is bland and weird. If you love salmon, you should try this one. Only comment (which is more of a request) is maybe they can consider adding more salmon and avocado! Pretty please?
If you're not a fan of raw salmon, you can order the SHRIMP KALE BOWL instead. It's also very good. Or the STEAK LIME SALAD. Also, another must try is the CRISPY TACOS. So good you'll TACO bout it all the time!
Overall, we enjoyed our pretty and yummy lunch. We were all satisfied and very happy. Service was good, as well. Very accommodating and nice servers! 🏼 Working on a holiday isn't so bad after all especially when you're having lunch in an oh so nice and pretty cafe!!
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Sunnies Cafe, a recently launched all day brunch concept by some of the owners of the FooDee group (the company behind Tim Ho Wan, Todd English, Pound, llaollao, etc.), and fellow celebrity owners Bea Soriano and Georgina Wilson, opened late July to much fanfare and excitement among BGC foodies. With a great track record so far of bringing global restos to the country, I was excited to be part of a sponsored looloo Rendezvoos a few weeks back. Yes, this review is a bit late, but I promise it'll be good, Peanut D.
The interiors are quite pleasing to the eyes, with its great use of pastel, and nice decor using its link to the Sunnies specs, since they share the same set of owners. They also have a cool neon Sunnies sign at the end to give it a posh diner feel. We sat there to get the best Iighting for best pictures taken, otherwise, it's low light everywhere else. Enter Sunnies and you'll see a comfy couch set up on the left, and different tables and chairs for either small or big groups, which seems to be a normal set up nowadays among hip and modern restos with a "cash" (or casual ) atmosphere. Like I said, we settled at the corner which has a nice long couch on one side and comfy, cushioned chairs on the other. Avoid this if you're bothered by the bright neon sign, but head over if you like to get your best IG / looloo worthy pics. ️
We were met by the owners, Eric and Kidd Dee. I met them before during the Pound looloo Rendezvoos and also at the llaollao opening in Glorietta. Gracious and friendly hosts, as ever, we asked them about the Sunnies resto and background. Kidd told me it's like an all day brunch type of restaurant. Which works well with the bright and pastel interiors. But if you're expecting this to be another "--silog" place, you'd be sorely mistaken and missing the point.
Certainly, the main highlight on the menu is their All Day Brunch menu, but they offer so much more--- Salads, Sliders, Soup, Small Plates (for more affordable stuff), Pasta, and a good selection of Main Course, plus a selection of beverages, ranging from cocktails, wines, coffee, tea, softdrinks, fruit shakes and milk shakes. More on that below.
Eric and Kidd were giving us a bit of background about the concept of Sunnies. Yes, it's inspired by their successful Sunnies Specs business, but they've designed the menu from scratch for the most part, and also from their previous businesses like Kitchen. The cuisine is a combination of Western and Asian, which is quite nice and provides the customers with a wide selection.
We did not get to try any of their All Day Brunch menu, so certainly, that's something worth coming back for with my wife and barkada. Noticed that the majority of their All Day Brunch is Western, so the likes of Chicken & Pancakes, smoked salmon, bacon, Eggs Benny, Sunnies Risotto, steak and even a granola bowl are what you'll see... Or eat. But with 10 selections, ranging from P190 to P390, the brunch or breakfast nuts will have enough choices. Plus the price is decent.
Owing to this extremely delayed review, I decided to venture today to Sunnies for late late lunch and order what was the winning dish for me, the Crispy Tacos! I've noticed that, for this day, there were plenty of guys in different tables. Should be good news to Eric and Kidd. It means that, despite the pastels and initial impression when they opened that it's a resto for the feminine market, it's gotten some traction and perhaps it's more the food now that's getting the attention. My tacos appeared quite quickly and I wolfed them down.
I was hungry.
Anyway, back to the looloo Rendezvoos...
Eric asked us for our drinks, and he recommended a few cocktails to us. I picked Second Base, which is gin, lime juice, lychee liqueur, and Sprite. P175. Tasted good, but cocktails aren't really my thing. What I do love here is that Sunnies carries 10 different own concocted cocktails, plus wine and beer. Good to pair with whatever food you order to chill, unwind and enjoy your friends' company. The cocktails are a-plenty (in quantity per serving) so the price range of P175 to P245 is not bad, given the place's ambience and quality. ️️️
For the beer, Brew Kettle at P75 and SMLight at P90 are available, while the wine can be had by the glass or by the bottle. So there's flexibility here. I don't see it as a drinking place primarily so there's enough here to lubricate one's inhibitions without overwhelming the bartender / staff.
We started with the small plates, but boy were there a lot of them, two each, in fact. Then again, we were a group of about 8 or 9 people. This was a combination of salad, soup and small plates. Here's the rundown:
Tomato Creme soup, P120. Roasted vine ripe tomatoes, onion cream and crisp Gruyere toast. Creamy, not too tart, and love the toast! ️️️ 1/2
Pumpkin Purée soup, P150. Grilled shrimps, squid bits, and that oh so good crispy Gruyere toast. Did I mention the toast? Winner! ️️️️️
Steak Lime salad, P270. Generous medium to medium rare cooked sous vide hanger steak, 65 degree egg, mixed greens, crispy shallots, cilantro aioli. I'm liking this one. The flavorful steak with the greens, and with the crispy texture of the shallots, plus the sublimely added cilantro aioli made this a very good salad. Enjoy this if you're after the protein but not the carbs. Good for sharing. ️️️️
Shrimp Kale Bowl salad, P260. Grilled shrimps, crisp kale, mixed greens, pickled red onions, chili, soy sesame dressing. For that Asian spin, this is the salad to order. ️️️1/2
Side note, I'm curious about the Salmon Poke Quinoa salad. I'll try that when next I'm here with a big group. *note to self
Crispy Tacos, P270. My aforementioned favorite dish of the night (yes, I'm still at Sunnies 2 hours later typing this review up and I still have this fresh in my mind). Asada steak (so a bit sweet), fried quail eggs, homemade crispy Parmesan taco shells, cilantro cream sauce. A delight in my mouth. The steak is cut in small pieces so it's easy to chew on, but not too small to just think it's typical ground beef. Plus it's got a slightly sweet taste and some tangy notes to it. The piece de resistance is the Parmesan taco shells, with the right balance of crunch and crumble, and the sharp but truly awesome Parmesan taste. This made the overall experience unique and memorable. Best shared, like I said, so you don't spoil your appetite or get that cloying feeling. It does have 3 quail eggs in total. #watchthatcholesterol ️️️️️
Chicken Wings, P290. Six pieces of crispy chicken wings, garlic aioli dip. Decent, good flavor, but not as crispy as advertised and not that memorable. This should be tweaked. ️️1/2
Spicy Calamari, P180. Deep fried squid rings, spiced salt, garlic and Sriracha aioli. Value for money order. Not as spicy as I expected. But good enough, especially when you're looking to add an order for sharing. ️️️
Whole Roasted Cauliflower, P340. Among Kidd's favorites. I can see why. Fried then grilled cauliflower, with chorizo, salsa, cilantro, piquillo pepper sauce. Definitely Mexican inspired, and must try dish. Honestly, I didn't know if was deep fried (hence the crunch), but ignorance is bliss. The grilling made for a nice toasted taste experience. Great side order to share. ️️️️️
Skinny fries, P190. Crispy shoestring potatoes, fried basil leaves, truffle and sriracha aioli. Good, solid order. Like Kettle's (think Pik Nik for the unfamiliar), good aioli dip. ️️️
Worth visiting among their other small plates next time, Fried Goat Cheese Squares and Smokes Salmon Tartine. Less than P300 each.
Among the big plates, we got the following:
Spaghetti Al Funghi, P260. Spaghetti, mushrooms, 65 degree egg and garlic. Great flavor on this one. If you appreciate mushrooms, this one's got your name on it. It was so good, we ordered one more. Haha. Plus I've never had anything like this before (not into Italian restos much), so that's a very good thing. ️️️️️
Spicy Pomodoro, P270. It wasn't that spicy. I liked the Pomodoro taste here, and I'm not a tomato based pasta lover, so it's saying something. I'm always partial to linguini and seafood, and this one's got heaps of those. And it's not that spicy. ️️️️1/2
Baked Squid Ink Lasagna, P360. The priciest pasta, and with good reason. Very interesting take on fusing Italian and Mediterranean or Asian, though I've read that Squid Ink's been in Italian cuisine for many many years, so I may be wrong in stating otherwise. Love the generous squid rings on top. Though I got to try this at the tail end (hence was too full to fully appreciate), as it was a special request by @Clarissa. Creamy but flavorful squid ink. I'd probably prefer it on paella, but it's a very good twist, so if you're adventurous, it's worth a go. ️️️1/2
Camarones Al Ajillo, P460. Fresh garlic butter roasted shrimp, chili fingers, black bean purée, salsa and cilantro lime rice. This was quite good, probably what I would have ordered had I gone here and ordered for myself. The mix of the flavors, and particularly the black bean purée, made for a very good dish. For seafood and Latin American flavor lovers. ️️️️
Sunnies has 5 pasta and 9 main course choices, each ranging from P250 to P460. I'm curious to try the Butcher's Steak, Pan Seared Miso Salmon, and Crunchy Herb Fish Fillet next time. Best that I return with a bigger group.
Though we were quite full already, we still were served with three of the four desserts on the menu.
Sunnies Funfetti, P290. Creamy tres leeches (three kinds of milk) cake, whipped cream, vanilla bourbon ice cream, and birthday sprinkles. Quite sweet, but I loved the moistness and flavor of the cake. The sprinkles were a tad much, but they added color and texture to the dessert. I liked this. ️️️️
Chocohoe, P400. Molten chocolate cake, bittersweet chocolate pudding, chocolate ganache and vanilla ice cream. For the chocoholic, no doubt. But with a sophisticated palette to take the bittersweet chocolate pudding. I think I prefer my lava cakes more plain, but if one loves chocolate, this was well made and well balanced in chocolate taste. ️️️1/2
Black Bottom Banana Cream Pie, P340. The most complex in terms of elements among the three... this is an Oreo crusted pie, with fresh bananas, silky cream filling and whipped cream. This was very good, but I probably would have enjoyed it more if I wasn't so darned full, but we liked it enough to order one more for the group! #takawmuch 🤔 ️️️️
Overall, this was an amazing experience. I can attest to their service being great, and not just because I was in a sponsored event, but since I returned today (and apparently, with this review, 3 Pokemon stops and an audio book, it took me five hours to finish this), my water glass was never empty, and that's hours of being here. That's saying something. The servers were polite, friendly, very top notch. Kudos to the owners for making this a very professionally run place. I also love the fact that they're still learning and adapting to the operations, like which menu item works, which one needs tweaking, and which ones can be added, as new restaurants should. It's one thing adopting a global resto's menu, but it's remarkable making one practically from scratch.
And their attention to detail, in making their tea glass double walled, plus the cute tea cup, and the great tasting Americano, with the presentation and plating, I've got to give them a slow clap!
Whether it's during actual daytime when it's brightly lit, to the more intimately lit nighttime, it's got something for everyone. Sunnies is a resto worth visiting over and over.
For the central and north MM people, Sunnies is opening in Megamall later this year so that's good news.
Great to meet finally Denise A and Russel F in person and it's always fun to be around good friends and my fellow familiar looloo'ers Clarissa P, Ruth S, Sandra Y and Reich T (nobela di ba?). And missing but most certainly missed coz she updates and invites me to these new things is Mary Love S.
Thank you looloo!
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For our weekend brunch, me and my friends made a reservation at Sunnies Cafe. I wasn't expecting so much since Sunnies was famous for their eyewear and not food haha to my surprise, I actually liked it!
Since I arrived first, I had Milk of the Poppy as suggested by our waiter. It's gin and yakult-based cocktail though you won't taste the alcohol at all we then had the following
️ Crispy Tacos : I looooove this so much. I mean what could go wrong with a cheese-based shell right?
️ Chicken and Pancake : it was just okay. The serving was big though. Nothing special.
️ Sunnies Risotto : oh my gosh it also tastes good! It's cheesy and creamy with enough saltiness 💯
️ Butcher's Steak with Bone Marrow : simply because we can't resist the bone marrow haha. It was also good but not over the top great. Steak was seared on the outside, pink but not bloody inside. There were some beans and marble potatoes on the side which I hope they served more. Rice was tasty too!
️Cappucino : all three of us had a cup of cappucino. I THINK IT'S THE BEST CAPPUCINO I HAD IN MANILA. It's so thick and rich.
No doubt that the place looks girly so I think it's better for brunch or girls' night out. The price is fair enough for the location and I think you get what you pay for. 🏼
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Food was okay. Nothing special. The price is fairly cheap for BGC, which is good. Pot Roast is too hot to eat. Burned my tongue. Chicken was normal. Milkshake saved everything! Will come back to try the other food.
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VISITING THE SUNNY SIDE!
For many reasons, I’ve been a fan of Sunnies by Charlie sunglasses. They’re not just super trendy, but very affordable too! When I was in Bali last year, I left my Sunnies sunglasses at the beach and I didn’t really feel bad about it. It just gave me a good reason to buy another pair! Hehe!
When I discovered that Sunnies Cafe is opening, I got excited. I imagined how it would look like inside, what type of food they will serve, etc. The first week it opened in BGC (Lane P, Bonifacio High Street), I had the opportunity to visit and try out the food.
Entering the cafe is like stepping in one of Instagram’s filter effects. Everything is just so perfect. The colors and furnitures definitely won my heart! I was seated on the high stool chair all by myself and I just couldn’t stop looking around the place (snap chatting, sharing stories in my IG, etc.).
It took me a while to decide on what to order because everything in the menu looked good and interesting to try, but since I didn't really feel like eating too much for lunch - I ended up ordering the following:
SALMON POKE QUINOA SALAD (spicy raw salmon, avocado, mixed greens, quinoa, red onions, seaweed, citrus ponzu dressing - Php280) —I love everything that has avocado in it! The ponzu sauce was amazing! I happily devoured the whole bowl.
CRISPY TACOS (asada steak, fried quail eggs, homemade crispy parmesan taco shells, cilantro cream sauce - Php270) — Great mix of flavours although I find the steak a little bit on the sweet side.
The service was fast and efficient. They were alert and always making sure that your needs are being attended to.
I also ordered a cup of hot cappuccino (sadly, I didn’t take a photo). It was nicely presented and the taste was pretty good.
My bill was about Php700++.
It’s definitely a nice place to chill with your girl friends. Not sure if I’m going back, but maybe if somebody would invite me!
Go visit if you haven’t! I'm sure you want to have a taste of the sunny side too!
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Came here just close to dinner time.
Looking at the other reviews, I want to give it 4stars too but I was just not as impressed.
Spicy Pomodoro - It was so-so. Could've been more generous with the heat. Little more spice would've given it more "oomph". Nothing special. Next!
Crispy tacos - Crispy Parmesan shells? Something different. However, the quail eggs failed to cut through the harshness & saltiness of the shells and the cilantro cream sauce. Again, nothing special. Next!
Milkshake - I had the salted caramel milkshake. Was ok. Not too sweet.
Sunnies Sampler - Consisted of their Fried chicken, spicy calamari, fried goat cheese, skinny fries.
Fried chicken- It was really sweet. Not my cup of tea but I can see how this would click with a lot of people. Sort of reminded me of a honey Korean chicken.
Spicy Calamari - Same with the Pomodoro. You put "Spicy" to deliver some decent heat but don't expect much spice. The squid was tender though, I'll give them that.
Skinny Fries - The basil was a nice touch. That's it, really.
Fried goat cheese - If you plan on even tasting anything with their fried goat cheese balls, you might want to eat it first before anything else. Bland, bland, bland! And I was so excited for these too! Meh.
Service - Good service. Made sure our water was always refilled, pleasant attitude, getting our bill was quick (wasn't busy though).
Decor was nice. Don't expect big servings for your bucks. If you're starving, your money is worth spending elsewhere.
Won't be back. I don't think the rest of their menu is worth a try. Just not my kind of joint. 🏼️
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The interiors were indeed pretty and the color palette adorable. Servers were attentive, frequently refilling our glasses with water and cheerfully asking if there was anything else we needed. I suggest coming here during brunch or lunch time since it was a little boisterous when we ate here on a rainy Friday night. We ordered Crispy Tacos, Spicy Pomodoro and Steak and Eggs. Although nicely prepared there was nothing special about the last two save for the tacos which were amazing. Everything came together in a beautiful medley of flavors. I'd come back here for this alone. Would probably try their salads, mains, and drinks next time.
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For daddy's post-birthday celebration, we had lunch at Sunnies Cafe! It's so nice cause ever since I told my family I got to go to 2 |ooloo rensezvoos already, they support me whenever there's another new place I want to try and write about, especially in the rare days I'm home in Manila.
I loved everything we had in Sunnies Cafe! We started our meal with the recommended appetizers: the Pumpkin Puree (Php 150), the Fried Goat Cheese Squares (Php 280) and their Crispy Tacos (Php 270). I instantly fell in love with the thick pumpkin soup. Omeged, ansarap! It had a wonderful smokey flavor with just the right seasoning. The fried cheese squares were nicely crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside with and the sauces that came with it just put the dish together! My favorite from the appetizers were the Crispy Tacos! The taco shells made from cheese was amazing, the meat was tender and very flavorful and the sauce was divine! Serving size was just small, but I'd gladly order this again in a heartbeat. I think I can finish 2 orders of this in one seating.
For the mains, my dad decided with their New Yorker all day brunch plate (Php 370). It was a deconstructed smoked Salmon and cream cheese sandwich and it was really good! My mom had the Honey Garlic Crispy Chicken (Php 290). My mom had no idea what to get, so I recommended this to her, as I saw it on EJ B.'s review of Sunnies Cafe. It was really good! Pieces of sweet savory tender chicken fillet, really delicious! My sister ordered the Baked Squid Ink Lasagna (Php 360) which was also what I wanted to order, but I wanted to try other items too so I decided to go with the waiter's recommendation, the Spaghetti Al Funghi (Php 260). Tthe lasagna was amazing! I loved it! The crispy calamari on top were awesome, and the layered pasta was just well thought of! The spaghetti was delicious too, sweet and garlicky. It was just a tad too sweet that my sister didn't really understand the flavor, an acquired taste in my opinion.
We didn't order desserts here because my sister had her eyes on another cafe. Generally, I had an amazing meal! I'll be back for sure and next time, I'll try the White Truffle Cream pasta and their desserts!
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My officemates and I were supposed to eat lunch here at Sunnies one afternoon, but when Peanut D messaged me, I immediately suggested a different place. Haha! Good thing they agreed!!! And yayyyy because delaying my visit here was oh so worth it!! Hashtag no regrets!!! 🏼
By now, we already know how cool, pretty, awesome, beautiful, amazing, nice, and insta-worthy this place is. Just by looking at the pictures and posts online, you just can't help but want to try this place ASAP. Because this is the ultimate IT cafe.
I really love how they designed the whole place. Not too girly that all you see is pink everywhere. It's so easy to take good pictures here because every corner (everything!!!) is so insta-worthy. 🏼
While the rest opted to try the cocktails, I decided to try their milkshake because.. Baby!
KIM-YE MILKSHAKE. Cookies and cream ice cream, nutella, crushed oreos, whipped cream and malted milk. An extremely rich, thick, and creamy milkshake. Cookies and cream lovers will surely enjoy and loooooove this one. This was good but was just too much for me. Should have ordered the avocado shake!
And when we were all finally settled and ready, we started our insanely goooooood, nice, and oh sooo pretty and yummy night.
First was an order of the SKINNY FRIES. Crispy shoestring potatoes, fried basil leaves with truffle and sriracha aioli. I have to agree with Denise A that this is the pinasosyal version of Piknik. This was so addicting!! You just can't stop eating them!
Next was the SPICY CALAMARI. I love squid rings but they tend to be tough most of the time so I don't usually expect a lot when we order fried squid rings outside. But when I tried this one, I was surprised that it was tasty, a bit spicy and the squid was tender. It was cooked just right. More than the skinny fries, I liked the taste and flavor of the calamari but the fries were just so addicting! So, it's a tie? Hahaha! And oh, I liked the sriracha aioli dip! 🏼
And then, two types of salads were served to us -- STEAK AND LIME and SHRIMP KALE BOWL.
Salad on it's own is already good, especially when the greens are fresh! But when added with steak and egg or grilled shrimp and quinoa... AHH, IBA NA!! Both were good. Can't pick one because they are different from each other.
The steak and lime salad is something I would like to have when I need comfort and I want to eat, as in eat. Loved how tender the steak was and the egg! Everything just went well together. Sarap!!! And the Shrimp Kale Bowl is something I would like to have when I want to eat but minus the "guilt"! Wasn't able to try the shrimps anymore but they looked huge and juicy. I love Crisp on 28th's quinoa salad and this made me remember that one. This was good, too. It's lighter than the steak salad. And uhm, healthier?
After, they served us with the soups -- TOMATO CREME and PUMPKIN PUREE.
Not really a fan of tomato or pumpkin soup, but I was surprised that I enjoyed both. Even though they weren't that warm anymore, I was still able to enjoy and appreciate the flavor. Rich and oh so creamy. I liked the Pumpkin Puree more than the Tomato Creme. It's tastier and more flavorful. And the toast, wow! It may look just like a simple toasted bread but it was surprisingly good. Not your ordinary everyday toast! Crunchy and masarap i-dip sa soup!!! 🏼
And then, everyone's favorite -- CRISPY TACO. Crispy parmesan taco shells filled with asada steak, cilantro cream sauce and then topped with fried quail egg. Thou shall not forget to order this one. Definitely a must try!!! 🏼 This was really good and despite being out for so long, the tacos remained crispy!! And it wasn't hard and messy eating this one. The size was just right and the taco shell was able to hold the steak and egg perfectly. With just 2 bites (or 1? ), you'll surely be one happy human being! The fried quail eggs did not only made the tacos extra pretty but also made the dish even better. Hayyy, sarap sarap!!! 🏼
After enjoying the Crispy Tacos, a unique dish was served next -- the WHOLE ROASTED CAULIFLOWER. At first, I wasn't really excited to try this one. I like cauliflower but there's nothing really special about it. But but but, I was wrong!!! Because roasted cauliflower FTW!!!! 🏼 This may not be the best/number one dish that night but this surely surprised everyone. We weren't expecting a lot from this because how can a simple cauliflower be so good, right? Well, try frying and grilling them and you'll get this awesme dish. We all loved the grilled taste of the cauliflower. Simple yet so flavorful! 🏼
We were also given two different kinds of pasta to try -- SPAGHETTI AL FUNGHI and SPICY POMODORO.
I enjoyed both pasta. They may look simple at first but wait till you get to try them. They were both oh so equally good. Cooked al dente and were presented nicely.🏼 The spaghetti al funghi looks really tempting especially with the sous vide eggs on top. Runny eggs make a lot of dishes extra pretty, appetizing and tempting! Just by looking at it, I can already imagine how good it will taste when mixed with the pasta and yes, it was indeed yummy.🏼 But it's the Spicy Pomodoro that I liked more because tomato? The taste is simpler and it's something I can eat over and over again without the umay factor. Would just be so much better if it was spicier?
We were already full from all the dishes we've tried but 3 more dishes were served...
PAN-SEARED MISO SALMON. Miso-glazed salmon served with a side salad and rice. Another favorite!!! The salmon was sooooooooooo good! When you slice it, you'll get to see and appreciate it's color. The salmon was cooked perfectly!! We all loved this dish. If you love salmon you have got to order this! Ahhhh, so yummeh! 🏼
CAMARONES AL AJILLO. Garlic butter roasted shrimp with chili, black bean puree, salsa and cilantro lime rice. The shrimps were cooked perfectly, it was huge and juicy. This was good but not as good and yummy as the salmon. 🏼️
CHICKEN WINGS. This was just okay. Nothing extra special. This was my least favorite.
And just as we were preparing our tummies for the dessert, they served us with the BAKED SQUID INK LASAGNA as requested by Clarissa P. As much as I would like to love this dish, this was just okay. It was good, overflowing with melted cheesy goodness, but I've tasted better versions. Plus the supposedly "crispy" calamares were a bit tough. Or just the ones I got?
And then finally, the desserts!!!!
First was the SUNNIES FUNFETTI. Creamy tres leches cake, whipped cream, vanilla bourbon ice cream and birthday sprinkles. This is probably one of the prettiest dessert ever! Look at how colorful, fun, and festive it is!!! It was good but was too sweet for me.
And then the CHOCOHOE. Guys, this hoe was soooooooooooooooooooooo intense!! Molten chocolate cake, bittersweet chocolate pudding, chocolate ganache and vanilla ice cream. Define choco overload. This was super rich, thick, dark, and evil - super INTENSE. It's sweet but not the overly-sweet-i-cannot-anymore kind. You still get to enjoy the rich dark chocolate taste. Surprisingly, I liked this one. I enjoyed the richness and darkness of this one but still, I cannot finish an order, or even half. Best to share this with a group. And pair it with a cup of coffee or tea. ️ And oh, please take time to appreciate the smell of this dessert. ANG BANGO BANGO NIYA, OMG!
But wait, there's more!! The last dessert they let us try was the BLACK BOTTOM BANANA CREAM PIE. Banoffee pie but instead of a crust made with graham crackers, they used oreo!!! OREOS! I know, right? I was so excited to try this one because I loooove banana and duh, oreo!! But unfortunately, I didn't liked this one as much as the others did. The texture was weird. Crunchy weird kind. And I just felt like there was something missing. More banana? And maybe a little bit of Peanut butter?
To end the night, we decided to get coffee and tea. I got an order of the JAPANESE SENCHA which was served in an oh so cutie teapot. I enjoyed this a lot. There were still some desserts left which I happily enjoyed while drinking my hot green tea. 🏼
Overall, SOBRANG BUSOG, HINDI AKO MAKAHINGA!! But again, oh so worth it! Hashtag no regrets!
As always, it was a super fun night with the usual suspects - Clarissa P, Reich T, and Abe C. It was nice to finally meet you guys - Sandra Y, Denise A and Russel F. Of course, to the awesome looloo team, Peanut D, thank youuu!! ️ And to Eric and Kidd, and the rest of the Sunnies team, thank you for making our eyes and tummy oh so happy!!! Can't wait to be back here soon!!
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I decided not to be a lola today and go out to meet my friends for lunch. And since I'm in a festive mood, we chose to try the newly opened Sunnies Café in Bonifacio High Street.
The Sunnies Studios brand has been trendy these days so finding out that they are expanding in the food industry made me look forward to it.
The vibe is super cheeky! Every corner is really pretty - the interiors, the utensils and all that jazz. Its Instagram heaven for someone like me!
We arrived just in time for the opening but its already full!! We waited for a few minutes to get seated. Anyway, before I get into the food review, I just wanna commend the staff for being super accommodating, they were all smiles! I always stress how important it is that the staff are nice to the customers because it influences the whole dining experience and in this case, it gave us a very positive one so kudos to all the staff of Sunnies Café!
So moving on, we got the Spicy Pomodoro (280php) Salmon Poke Quinoa Salad (270php) and the Huevos Rancheros Skillet (370php).
I like how light and refreshing the Quinoa Salad is! It had that tangy flavor from the dressing, which is perfect for the salmon and avocado. Personally, I'm not into those heavily dressed salads and those with too much in it so this is just perfect for me (I still have room for dessert!)
The Spicy Pomodoro is also good, its not like the usual Filipino pasta sauces that's sweet. It also has a hint of lemon. Probably because of the small fish topping or maybe they squeezed some lemon in it, not entirely sure. But if you're into those Italian flavored dishes (or pasta) then this one's for you.
I wasn't able to try the Huevos Rancheros that much to give a review for it but looking at it and based from my friend's comment, it was also good. She just hoped that there's more bread to it.
After lunch, we were torn between desserts or cocktails but in the end, we decided to have their cocktails for another time.
We got the Sunnies Funfetti (290php), and it was so tasteful just as it is so festive looking! It was the perfect way to celebrate! It wasn't too sweet (na nakakaumay) - it was just perfect. We finished it in less than 2 minutes! Its that good!
I would definitely recommend it to all the titas out there because its the perfect place to dine, have fun over cocktails or milkshake and update each other with your lives, or even just to celebrate life! ️
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The |oo|oo fairy showered me with a boatload of fairy dust this week. Another sponsored |oo|oo rendezvooz baby! *happydance*
And here's the best part....wait for it.....
Dinner at Sunnies Cafe!
Sunnies Cafe is the newest kid to grace Bonifacio High Street. And yes, it's affiliated to the famous eyewear brand (uhmmm...i got my specs from 'em). Truth be told, when i saw the signane a couple of months back, i had an inkling that it's connected to the retail brand. I get the concept - hip, trendy, LA x California vibe, a haven for Millennials. I was a lil skeptical about the food though, i thought it's gonna be one of those hipster joints with mediocre food. All my skepticism went out the window after i tried their food. And yes,
I am glad i was wrong.
Wednesday night. My fellow foodies braved the wind, rain, traffic and the deluge of pokemon go players for our sponsorsed dinner at Sunnies. We were welcomed by warm smiles from the lovely couple - Eric and Kidd Dee.
They gave us insight on how Sunnies Café was born. He briefly explained the concept of the cafe - food, design and everything in between. He jokingly mentioned that they wanted a lil more headache hence the decision to introduce Sunnies Cafe.
True to the Sunnies brand, the interior screams modern. The signage inside reminds me of Andy Warhol for some reason. Color scheme is easy on the eyes, pastel hues are dominant. Some would describe the place as pretty, I'd go for sophisticated with a quiet elegance.
Drinks were served first while we wait for the other looloo peeps. They offer a wide array of cocktails, they got tequila, gin, vodka, wine, whiskey and rum.
| Milk of the Poppy
| Regina George
| El Chapo
| Skinny Bitch Sangria
| Second Base
| Skinny Fries (php 190). Crispy shoestring potatoes, fried basil leaves with truffle and sriracha aioli. Why skinny, you ask? Well, the slices are paper thin and it is fried to perfection. You can still taste potatoes albeit the crispness and uhmm, they drizzled some truffle oil along the way. Truffle....hmmmm...need i say more?
| Spicy Calamari (php 180). Deep fried squid rings, spiced salt, garlic and sriracha aioli. I like the fact that the squid is cooked perfectly. The batter is flavorful but not spicy enough in my Dragon Queen Standards.
| Chicken Wings (php 290). Crispy chicken wings and garlic aioli dip. Chicken is cooked perfectly, moist interior. Its a tad too sweet for my liking. Maybe tone down the sweetness and add a lil savoury element, perhaps? It is good nonetheless.
| Steak and Lime (php 270) Sous vide hanger steak, 68-degree egg, mixed green, crispy shallots, cilantro aioli. Guys, i broke up with Oh Crab Lah. This is now my favourite salad. There are generous servings of hanger steak, and yes, it's weally weally tender and flavorful. The 65-degree egg x cilantro aioli concontion is wicked! All this praises coming from a non-salad person. Trust me, try it.
| Shrimp Kale Bowl (php 260). Grilled shrimps, crispy kale, mixed greens, quiona, pickled red onions and chili soy sesame dressing. This is equally good. The soy sesame dressing is flavorful and tones down the leafy flavor of kale. I liked the fact that the red onions are pickled as the raw ones can be a lil overpowering. It is a well thought of dish, all ingredients work well together.
| Crispy Tacos (php 270). Asada steak, fried quail egg, homemade crispy parmesan taco shells and cilantro cream sauce. This is the star of the night! The asada steak is tender and boasts a full bodied flavor. The taco shells are divine - crispy and flavorful. And yes, it is still crispy after posing for food shots. I love dem crispy tacos, i can probably eat two orders in one sitting.
| Whole Roasted Cauliflower (php 340). Fried then grilled cauliflower, chorizo, salsa, cilantro and piquillo pepper sauce. Who would've thought that you can enjoy cauliflower sans Chopsuey. This is surprisingly good, guilt-free and flavorful dish. The pepper sauce compliments the veggie. Kids would love this too.
| Tomato Creme (php 120). Roasted vine-ripe tomatoes, onion creme and crisp gruyere toast. I love this, biased opinion as I am such a sucker for tomato soup. The texture is creamy, you can tell that this is cooked perfectly. And yes, this is best paired with the toast.
| Pumpkin Puree (php 150). Grilled shrimps, squid bits and crisp gruyere toast. This is a pretty bowl, I love the bright color, visually appetising. As for the taste, i would compare this to Natalie Portman. Beauty and brains - the whole package.
| Spaghetti al Funghi (php 260). Spaghetti, mushrooms, 65-degree egg and garlic. Okay, this is the second time i mention 65-degree egg, i think a lil background is in order.
Sous Vide Eggs. Rather than cooking in boiling water, boiled eggs can be made by cooking/coddling in their shell "sous vide" in hot water at steady temperatures anywhere from 60 to 85 °C (140 to 185 °F). It turns out that the outer egg white cooks at 75 °C (167 °F) and the yolk and the rest of the white sets from 60 to 65 °C (140 to 149 °F).
Okay, now i understand why the texture of the yolk is perfect. And when this was mixed with the pasta - it's magic. Back to the pasta, i like how simple this dish is. And how it was impeccably prepared, simple is not always easy, it takes a level of expertise to make a simple dish stand out.
| Spicy Pomodoro (php 270). Linguini, mixed seafood, white anchovies, lemon and parsley. This is equally good too, rich sauce with sublte hints of chili. I like the addition of citrus in the sauce as it compliments the tomato.
| Baked Squid Ink Lasagna (php 360). Crispy calamares, creamy cheese sauce, homemade tomato jam and basil oil. Mediorcre as i was looking for a more prominent squid flavor, maybe the cheese sauce was a bit too much? Others would enjoy this dish as it is on the safe side, not for someone who is looking for bold flavors.
| Pan-seared Miso Salmon (php 470). Miso-glazed salmon, simple salad and scallion brown rice. Everyone loved this dish. The salmon is divine, cooked perfectly. Moist and light pink. This is WOW on the first bite, you will never stop saying wow until you devoured every last tasty morsel.
| Camarones al Ajillo (php 460). Fresh garlic butter roasted shrimp, chili fingers, black bean puree, salsa and cilantro lime rice. I only ate a spoonful as my tastebuds is still hung over from the salmon. I should've tried this first before the salmon so I can fully appreciate it's flavor. The shrimp is full of flavor, garlic butter is always a good idea.
| Sunnies Funfetti (php 290). Creamy tres leches cake, whipped cream, vanilla bourbon ice cream and birthday sprinkles. The tres leches cake is decadent - moist, sweet and extremely addicting. And oh, it's pretty too.
| Chocohoe (php 400). Molten chocolate cake, bittersweet chocolate pudding, chocolate ganache and vanilla ice cream. I got giddy when the server placed this kn our table. I can smell the dark chocolate from afar. As for taste - rich and decadent. I waved the white flag after the first bite. It is too rich for my palate, bordering on cloying.
| Black Bottom Banana Cream Pie (php 340). Oreo-crusted pie, fresh bananas, silky cream filling and whipped cream). This is the kind of dessert I would bring home and introduce to Grams. That's how good it is "sobrang perfect, pwede nang ipakilala sa mga magulang" . All the ingredients work well together. Banana x caramel x toffee crunch = heaven.
To cap off the sumptuous dinner, we ordered coffee and tea.
| English Breakfast Tea (php 100). This was served in a teal colored teapot. I like the fact that it is served hot (some restaurants serve lukewarm water). A feast of the senses - aromatic and refreahing.
Dinner was fantastic. Everyone had an awesome time, every dish served is delicious. Apart from the Instagram worthy looks, Sunnies Café is a force to be reckoned with. You guys!!! The food is fantastic! Drop whatever it is that you're doing and swing by Sunnies. You are guaranteed of an awesome meal.
Yes, this is the longest review I've ever written. I can't help it, i tend to babble when I am extremely giddy about something.
Thank you, Eric and Kidd for having us.
I shall offer a rare Pokemon for the |oo|oo fairy. Eccentricities aside, thank you Peanut D
Nice meeting you Denise A and Russel F and of course #TheUsualSuspects Abe C Ruth S Clarissa P Sandra Y
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Insta-ladies and gentlemen, I present to you the LATEST INSTAGRAM WORTHY restaurant in The Fort, BGC.
I was surprised to be invited again by Looloo and Peanut D to attend a Sunnies Cafe rendezvous. I can't contain my excitement when I got invited cause i've been dying to get here ever since the opening cause I know how picturesque it is.
I've been following Sunnies Studios ever since they rebranded from Sunnies by Charlie which is like Penshoppe & Bench brand. I have always admired the creative team behind Sunnies cause they're always up to date with new trends and is one of the most active and followed brand in social media. So when I heard they were opening Sunnies Cafe, I knew it would be a total hit.
Upon arriving, I was greeted by Looloo fellows, the owner Eric Dee, and his wife. I appreciate their presence because I find it rare for owners to be physically present in this kind of gatherings.
Eric told me it was a part of his initial plan to make every single corner of Sunnies Cafe instagrammable. And dang! It definitely is. Alam na alam niya how millenials think.
I won't deny that part of being a millenial means when going to a restaurant, good food and ambiance wouldn't suffice, the place has to look freakin good as well. It has to be worth sharing and worth liking. The lighting, fixtures, utensils, and even the small details like the front door and the menu, made it all the next - IT restaurant. I swear, I am even daydreaming to have a photoshoot in this place probably 70s to 80s theme. I would really dress up for this! The place got filled with pastel colored items, so eye candy!
Anyway, onto the food we were served the ff which i've tried:
SKINNY FRIES P190
Crispy Shoestring Potatoes, Fried Basil Leaves, Truffle and Sriracha Aioli
- Love the hint of the truffle. It's like eating picnic in deluxe version!
PUMPKIN PUREE P150
Grilled Shrimps, Squid Bits, Crisp Gruyere Toast
- I really enjoyed this Pumpkin Puree, and I liked how thick and creamy the texture is. I almost underestimated the Buttered Toast Bread, little did I know it tasted freakin delicious when dipped on the soup. We were also served Tomato Creme but I wasn't able to try it
- I find it cheap for the quality! It deserves a higher price! I would love to eat this on cold rainy nights.
🌮 CRISPY TACOS P270
Asada Steak, Fried Quail Eggs, Homemade Crispy Parmesan Taco Shells, Cilantro Cream Sauce
- Sunnies Cafe most instagrammed food. Lol! And I am happy that it didn't just look good but it tasted so good as well. KAKAIBA. That's how I would describe it. When I was eating it, it took me quite sometime to fully understand what exactly was the content of the tacos Haha! The taco shells are not just your ordinary taco shell, it's made with parmesan. Creative innovation right there! Ugh i'm missing it now! Ito talaga yung babalikan ko SARAP!
☘ WHOLE ROASTED CAULIFLOWER P340
Fried then grilled cauliflower, chorizo, salsa, cilantro, Piquillo Pepper Sauce
- This really looked intimidating but when I tasted it, I was surprised how much I liked it. The concept of how it's cooked is new to me and I found it interesting. Again, I hate vegies but was able to eat this so it was good.
SPICY CALAMARI P180
Deep fried squid rings, spiced-salt, Garlic and Sriracha Aoili
- I find it a little too spicy so I had to pair it with rice. Haha! It's best with the sriracha sauce. Can I also just say I just love how sunnies makes everything garlicky!
PAN SEARD MISO SALMON P470
Miso-glazed Salmon, Simple Salad, Scallion Brown Rice
- This is a WOW! Not a fan of Salmon but the miso sauce went well with it. Perfect with rice! I would want to eat this on a lunch time though cause it's light and it's healthy. Hindi masyado nakakabusog.
CRISPY CHICKEN P290
Crispy Chicken Wings, Garlic Ailo Dip
- Who would have thought that even their 'ordinary' or basic crispy chicken would taste good? It has a hint of sweetness but still lingers on the savory side. Naparami yung rice ko because of this! Love the Dip!
BAKED SQUID INK LASAGNA P360
Crispy Calamares, Creamy Cheese Sauce, Homemade Tomato Jam, Basil Oil
- THIS IS IT. I've been dying to try this because of Clarissa P. haha! The pasta has this squid ink color which is fancy pero nasarapan ako cause it tasted good with the CRISPY calamares. It was freshly baked and served hot. Don't be intimidated with the black pasta byw, mas malasa lang ng konti compared with ordinary lasagnas.
SPAGHETTI AL FUNGI P260
Spaghetti, Mushrooms, 65 Degree Egg, Garlic
- This is another favorite. I even ordered another plate because I liked it. I love anything with mushrooms so I knew then I was going to love this. When you break the yolk of the egg, you're like sending off fireworks to the sky, that's where the magic starts. This is actually a very simple meal yet they made it interesting, the ENOKI MUSHROOMS, the tiny long ones made it chewy and tasteful. Another Garlicky Goodness!
SPICY POMODORO P270
Linguini, Mixed Seafood, White Anchovies, Lemon, Parsley
SUNNIES FUNFETTI P290
Creamy Tres Leches Cake, Whipped Cream, Vanilla Bourbon Ice Cream, Birthday Sprinkles
- Honestly, this looks good but tasted ordinary and I wish they can add something to make it more different. It's a little overpriced for what it is. It's like eating a sliced caked soak in ice cream.
Molten Chocolate Cake, Bittersweet Chocolate Pudding, Chocolate Ganache, Vanilla Ice Cream
- Among all the desserts which were served to us, this has to be my favorite. The molten chocolate cake is very rich and moist and I liked that it's a little bitter which made the ice cream a very good complement to the cake. It's oozing w/ chocolatey goodness.
BLACK BOTTOM BANANA CREAM PIE P340
Oreo-crusted Pie, Fresh Banana, Silky Cream Filling, Whipped Cream
- This is basically a better version of A Banoffee Pie. It's served hot and the oreo crust is toasted which gives it a crispy outer shell.
SKINNY BITCH SANGRIA P245
White Wine, Sprite, Pineapple Juice & Pomegranate Syrup
- Sounds bad-ass right? I actually chose this drink cause of it's name. Lol! It also looks like the mildest of them all too cause it's just white wine, sour-sweet in taste and the feel is soda-ish. They got me on the Promegranate Syrup! It's like drinking a berry flavored wine.
Hot Tea - EARL GREY P100
- After the sumptuous heavy dinner, we were served a beverage of our choice. The best decision I made was to order an Earl Grey Hot Tea. PLUS POINTS on the teacup container, it's so posh. I imagine myself having a tea party w/ my bffs at Sunnies Cafe.
THIS IS DEFINITELY A GREAT EXPERIENCE. Happy to get to know new fellow Looloo reviewers as well. I would love to dine here again with my girlfriends! This is a good place to dine and drink plus late night hang outs and catch ups. NOSTALGIC.
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