My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our dinner at Sunshine Kitchen. It’s a place we will definitely add on our Comfort Food list 🙂 Our tummies were extremely happy last night and I highly recommend it! Feel free to visit their Facebook Page to get you salivating!
I love that the FORT is fast becoming the gastronomical hub of Metro Manila with specialty restaurants sprouting like mushrooms left and right. One restaurant I’ve been meaning to try for weeks now is the newly opened, SUNSHINE KITCHEN. Ever since its soft opening, my Facebook and Instagram timeline has been filled with food posts from Sunshine Kitchen from friends who have been raving passionately about this new foodie gem. After 10 days apart (Patrick was in Vegas for the NAB Show and I was in Hanoi and Palawan for work&play), my husband and I were finally reunited and we decided to make the Sunshine Kitchen our date place for the night. After the Church Simplified service, we walked to Sunshine Kitchen which is conveniently located at the Fort Strip.
The waiters welcomed us from the ground floor and ushered us to the elevator which leads you straight to the restaurant. Take note, it was 630 in the evening but the interiors still felt so sunny–true to its name of course. We sampled their best sellers to fully maximize our first visit. They served us the Mixed Mushrooms with Poached Egg for starters–this was a hit since I love mushrooms (the safe kind of course!!! Hahaha). Next they served one of their most famous dishes, the 6 Hour Slow Roast Porchetta. This was sooooo delicious I hope I took home an extra order so I could have it for breakfast! Hehehe 🙂 It’s just the right amount of crunch on top with a sliver of fat and juicy meat layered below it. Next we had the Shrimp Pizza with Creole Seasonings (which has been popping up all over social media!) and it certainly did not disappoint! It comes in a generous size perfect for sharing. And to end the evening on a high note, we had the Key Lime ice cream–MY FAVORITE!!!!!! I’ve never had Key Lime in ice cream form so this was definitely a refreshing new twist to the traditional Key Lime pie. It was covered in crushed graham for an extra home-y feel 🙂