Sunnies Cafe

From eyewear to food.


The Sunnies Cafe has been the talk of the town since it opened late July this year. It's the extension of the famous eyewear brand Sunnies. There have been a mix of good and bad reviews. I had to try it for myself to determine which side I was on.

Fried Goat Cheese Squares P280
Basil Garlic Pesto, Chili Jam

Salmon Poke Quinoa Salad P280
Spicy raw salmon, avocado, mixed greens, quinoa, pickled red onions, seaweed, citrus ponzu dressing

Crispy Tacos P270
Asada steak, fried quail eggs, homemade crispy parmesan taco shells, cilantro cream sauce 

Spicy Pomodoro P270
Linguini, Mixed Seafood, White Anchovies, Lemon, Parsley

White Truffle Cream P340
Spaghetti, Grana Padano, Truffle, Parmesan Cheese

Sunnies Risotto P370
Gradana Pomo Cheese, Risotto, Caramelized Bacon, Sous Vide Egg, Homemade Gravy

Butcher's Steak P480 (Upper left on the photo) P480
Sous Vide Hanger Steak, French Beans, Roasted Marbled Potatoes, Scallion Brown Rice

Lemon Curd Blondie P390
Buttery Cake, Tart Lemon Meringue, Raspberry Glaze, White Chocolate Crisps

Black Bottom Banana Cream Pie P340
Oreo-Crusted Pie, Fresh Bananas, Silky Cream Filling, Whipped Cream

My Thoughts
In my opinion, the winning dish was the Sunnies Risotto. I was with three other friends who recommend the White Truffle Cream Pasta and Crispy Tacos. Most of their dishes are ideal for brunch--- but at a more expensive cost. Overall, I thought their food was good but I think it can be better given that the famous Todd English Food Hall is somewhat their sister company. 

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