Heavenly Dishes at Sunshine Kitchen

I have read so many nice reviews about Sunshine Kitchen and that is just one of the reasons why I was so excited to go here.  It is located at the 2nd floor of the Fort Strip where a lot of good restaurants are but Sunshine Kitchen is simply in a class of its own.  We met with one of the owners Chef Tanya Chua and she was also the one who conceptualized the menu. 

I had Fresh Orange Juice (P180) for drinks and I can sense that this drink is full of vitamin C.  I enjoyed it a lot and it did not take long for me to have another one.

The Crispy Medley of Cheeseballs with Pimento Puree and Marinara Sauce (P290) is the perfect dish to order when you go here for happy hour.  It is crunchy on the outside and tasty on the inside.

The Artichoke and Mushroom pizza (P550) was very impressive since it was not oily by any means.  I love mushrooms too and even though this was a bit pricey, I can say that it is worth every penny.

I wanted to cut down on my pork eating habits but along came the 6 Hour Slow Roast Porchetta (P550) and it changed everything.  I was not surprised one bit at the fact that this is their signature dish.  It is certainly a must try.

The Porchetta Sandwich (P390) is the same 6 hour slow roasted porchetta but in a crisp ciabatta bread.  The other bloggers ignored this sandwich and they made a big mistake because when I tried it, it turned out to be something you should not miss.

The health buffs would love the Pan Fried Sole in White Wine and Caper Sauce with Tomatoes (P390).  When I got to try it, I found out the fish was really tender.

I admit that I am a carnivore and the Beer Braised Beef Belly (P490) is a dish after my own heart.  It was not that appreciated by the other bloggers because they were watching their diet but I was able to appreciate it in more ways than one.

One dish to watch out for is the Angus Steak and Eggs Benedict as this dish is not yet on the menu so we got to try it first.  My eyes really lit up when I got to try it as I predict this will become one of their best sellers in the future.

After that, the lunch was over.   Or was it?

Of course not!

I just had to pull a few tricks off my sleeve and out came the Truffled 4 Cheese Pasta with Smoked Bacon (P420).  Oh boy!  Am I glad this dish made its way out because it is my favorite out of all the dishes that were served.  I thought everyone was already full but they all proved me wrong as this dish got empty in a few minutes.  It was that good.

Before I got here, a lot of friends were telling me to not miss the Cabanatuan Longganisa Paella with 2 Fried Eggs (P480).  They were so right as I have to admit this is one of those dishes that I can eat all day without getting full.  The next time I go back to Sunshine Kitchen, I would order this right away without even looking at the menu. 

The desserts finally arrived and it started with the Toblerone and Cheese Crisp (P260)It is cool how their dessert dishes (actually all of their food) are exclusive to Sunshine Kitchen.  Don't be surprised if you find yourself craving for the Toblerone and Cheese Crisp a few days after you taste it.

Don't feel bad if you get addicted to the Key Pie Lime ice cream (P240).  In fact, that is exactly what happened when we got to taste it.  One of the bloggers got so addicted that she wanted to know the price of one pint. 

Don't miss out on their P399 lunch sets that are available during weekdays as it includes most of the food above.  The lunch sets already include soup or salad and house iced tea apart from the meal itself.  You are certainly lucky if your office is just near the Fort Strip.  

Looking for wine after office hours?  Look no further than Sunshine Kitchen as they have a Wine All You Can promo at only P599 during weekdays from 6 to 9 PM.

I really recommend trying out all the food here at Sunshine Kitchen.  They certainly defined the true meaning of comfort food.

Sunshine Kitchen
2nd Floor Fort Pointe Bldg 1
The Fort Strip, Bonifacio Global City

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