Crispy Tacos – Php 270.00
This was surprisingly good. Fried quail eggs sit on top of asada steak and cilantro cream sauce – all blanketed by homemade Parmesan taco shells. The simple ingredients worked so well together, although I wished that each taco had more stuff in them.
Eggs Benny (with crispy bacon) – Php 260.00
This is slightly different from the usual Eggs Benny that I know because instead of muffins, the poached eggs and crispy bacon are perched on top of a crispy potato nest (imagine potato fries shaped like noodles). It would have been okay but the downer was that the hollandaise was too overwhelming for my taste, especially that the the eggs, bacon and fries were already tasty on their own.
Crab Fat Rice Bowl – Php 250.00
This is one of the more affordable, yet more sinful options in Sunnies Café’s menu. This is basically veggie omelette served over crab fat fried rice. Not bad and the serving was actually pretty generous too.
New Yorker – Php 370.00
One of my buddies ordered the New Yorker because it sounded so good in the menu. However, when it was served to us, it turned out to be slightly underwhelming primarily because it’s apparently a deconstructed smoked salmon sandwhich. Would have turned out better if they just served it as a sandwich if you ask me.
Sunnies Risotto – Php 370.00
The Sunnies Risotto was the one on top of mind when we were choosing our orders because its pictures in the posters was just so appetizing. It’s a cheesy dish made of grand padano cheese, caramelized bacon, and sous vide egg on the risotto, made more flavorful by homemade gravy. This would be a good option for cheese-lovers but not being slightly indifferent towards cheese, this didn’t make it to my favorites list.