I work at Bonifacio Global City, that's why I am always on the lookout for interesting places that I'd want to dine nearby with workmates and friends.
Fort Strip is popular for its night spot and number of restaurants, one of which is the Sunshine Kitchen. It is a casual dining place with sun-shiny ambiance that serves Western Comfort Food. They have delectable offerings of appetizer, salad, pizza, main dishes, wine, and dessert.
It greets "artisanal pizzas + soups + salads and + meals" at their doorway and inside their New-York-inspired interior gives this rustic bistro feel matched with details of indoor plants, brick walls, and open kitchen.
Even with Western feel, they offer various cuisines like this Cabanatuan Longganisa Paella with two fried eggs (Php 460, good for two pax) that I tried. One of the palatable paella that I've tasted with fried eggs.
Next to paella was two desserts, Key Lime Pie Ice Cream (Php 240) and Toblerone and Cheese Crisp (Php 260), that was both a thumbs up for me for they are unique and toothsome. The Key Lime Pie Ice Cream was pretty good that my companions wanted to buy a pint of it.
They also offer lunch sets priced at Php 399 available on weekdays which include the Pan Fried Sole Fish, Beer Braised Beef Belly, 6 Hour Slow Roast Porchetta, and Fried Chicken with Ragu Papardelle. Lunch sets are inclusive of a Soup or a Salad, Meal, and House Brewed Iced Tea.
For wine lovers, they have a Wine All You Can Promo which is available during Mondays to Fridays from 6-9pm priced at Php 599.
Sunshine Kitchen is located at The Fort Strip, 2nd Level, Fort Pointe1 Bldg., Katipunan Circle, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City. The place opens from Sundays- Wednesdays from 11am to 2pm; 6pm -10:30pm. And Thursdays to Saturdays from 11am to 2pm; 6pm - 2am. For inquiries, contact through this number, (0929) 813-9775, or visit their instagram account.
This event was organized by Aldous of Aldous Ate the World.