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COMPASS MAGAZINE > October 2011
 

Sunny Kitchen

Sunny Kitchen

Casual daytime dining at Sunny Kitchen Brunch and Light Meals

By Natasha Lee
Translated by Angel Pu

21, DaDun 11th St, West District
(04) 2320-5931
Hours: 8:30 am-5 pm
(closed Mondays)
Credit cards not accepted.
Wireless Internet available.

Just from looking at the menu, diners would probably never guess that Sunny Kitchen mainly focuses on brunch. However, that certainly is the case here, as everything but dinner is available.
Based on previous experience, the owner chose to open a diner that provided creative Southeast Asian and Southern European cuisine. Most dishes are made with bread, such as focaccia, bagels and French bread, and rice is only available during lunch times. Diners can choose a la carte dishes or add NT$99 to upgrade to chef's set meals (including a salad, boiled organic potatoes, eggs, and a soup or a drink). Simpler sets (main course and drinks within a certain price range) for varied prices are available, too.

The restaurant's casual, relaxing atmosphere comes from the basic white color combinations and wooden furniture. Immediately drawing visitors' attention when they enter is the mosaic wall behind the bar.

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Sunny Kitchen Sunny Smoked Ham Focaccia (NT$79) is among dishes recommended by the owner. This sandwich contains lettuce and pan-fried crispy smoked ham with the skin still on. The smoked ham (made of tender hindquarters) and honey mustard are a perfect match. A set (NT$149) includes a chocolate drink--a perfect hot beverage for the early fall--made with the chocolate from the French Monbana brand.
Sunny Kitchen The slightly spicy Southeast Asian Style Spicy Chicken Bagel with Coriander Seeds (NT$79) is a dish exclusive to this restaurant. The main ingredients of this appetizing exotic item include fresh lettuce and fried chicken steak. Instead of Sichuan pepper, the chef uses coriander seeds because of their unique aroma and rarity in Taiwan. If diners would like to order a set (NT$119), it's recommended that they choose the Lavazza iced coffee. The slightly bitter, refreshing flavor of the drink goes well with food.

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