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SUNFLOWER 3RD MILE (Same row with Siang Siang)
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Okay, here is another place that i would recommend you all to try.

Don't be fooled by its Bakery front. It is a bakery originally, then sort of expanded into becoming a deli as well. They have small round tables with chairs which you can sit and much away.

They serve sandwiches (choice of bread and croissants), juices, hot drinks, spaghetti, and other main meals.

What i recommend ...

No.1 on the list, the Roasted Chicken plate. One piece of quarter (thigh and drum) nicely roasted chicken with herbs topped with aromatic sauce, coleslaw, pickles and fries. If the fries finished, they'll replace with mash.

No.2, the creamy, cheesy and piping hot Lasagna. The best in town i would say. Mmm mmm. Hungry already.

No.3, the turkey ham sandwich in the regular soft croissant with mayo, sliced carrots, pickles, salad vege .... ooeey.

The above are regulars .. served daily.

Some on and off dishes are beef goulash, stewed lamb, spaghetti

Other than that, you can also take the items from the bakery top and ask them to serve in plates for you to eat in.

Please go and try. I would recommend this.

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Posted on: 2003/12/3 18:03
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Re: SUNFLOWER 3RD MILE (Same row with Siang Siang)
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Hiak hiak, i believed they hav change some of staff or tauke since 2 or 3 years ago, but, i cant deny that, they have the most delicious and nice bread in kuching.

Since 3 years ago, if the tuna sandwich is not made by Sunflower's sandwich bread, i rather to throw it into long kao.

Beside, i enjoy their giant custard too, RM 1.20 per pc, about x4 or normal egg tart size.

But... i am not quite enjoy the western food there lar, anyway, it is a good place to pak toh....

Posted on: 2003/12/3 18:48
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Re: SUNFLOWER 3RD MILE (Same row with Siang Siang)
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first of all..
whats the different between a deli and a bakery?

I used to hang around at 3rd mile and usually I buy some buns from there.

I must admit the buns there are delicious but too bad some buns looks nice and they are also expensive. Thats the bad part.

When its expensive, i don't even bother to try it. Hehhe..

:zorro:

Posted on: 2003/12/3 20:28
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Re: SUNFLOWER 3RD MILE (Same row with Siang Siang)
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Emmm... u r right too... rather spend that rm1 or rm2 in hui sing for kolo mee or satay or metalhorn or kuih

Posted on: 2003/12/4 10:37
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The food there is good... now i dunno cause it seems that the chef is not there liaw... u can try the spagetti as well... ask them not to put too oily otherwise very "gelik" when eating it.

Posted on: 2003/12/5 18:24
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Emmm... actually i dun enjoy the western food there, feel is a bit weird, western food in bakery? emmmm...

Posted on: 2003/12/5 19:12
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Well, you can't considered it as eating western food la.

Partly only. Its more suitable for 2 person eating out. Not suitable for group cos there a bit crowded. Just a quickie meal and chit chat and off you go .. shoo shoo

I think the chef sudah tiada. I didn't see him, thats for sure. Anyway, the food quality there is maintained - chef or no chef. I think the recipe is Sunflower's and not the chef. But any how, if the chef was going to leave, the boss would have asked him to teach the recipe what...




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Emmm... the another thing i cant stand for the western food corner is, there is one time when i order for jasmine tea or some sort of drink like this, i have been waiting for about 10 minutes, when i rise up my complain, the waitress say : "sorry sir, we are using tea bag to make ur tea, and still hav to wait for somemore time until the 'smell' comes out then we can serve to u"

Aduh, really gao lat when i heard of it.

Posted on: 2003/12/6 1:51
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hHHAhahahha..
got like that 1 ahh
lol really never heard of that excuse.
:hardcore:

Posted on: 2003/12/6 9:27
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Yalor... kuching ppl always have many funny funny excuse one.

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