Sunburst Fried Chicken SM3
We usually dine at Sunburst specially after a along exhausting spree at the mall. Sounds like spending millions huh. I have not tried their other food offerings as we usually ask for the chicken Sunduo and Solo. These are chicken combo meals served with some sliced potato usually in three and a coleslaw. The difference between Sundou and Solo is just the number of chicken parts served. Well, you can ask for which part or parts to be served as I usually go for the drumstick and the thigh.
Food preparation will take about 10 to 20 minutes but we don’t have any complain as the chickens are served right from the pan. It is served in oozing glory with the aroma of chicken’s cholesterol but its ok as I do practice balance diet. To prep up our starving stomach while waiting for the main course, sometimes we ask for a mushroom soap which I guess decent enough to taste like mushroom. Hey, Im not an expert on food but they are served just as fine. Its not a gastronomic delight but good enough to fill your empty stomach.
The interior design is acceptable as the wooden chair and tables somehow complements with every other fixtures within the restaurant and that includes the waiters’ uniform. Yellow is their color theme like the “sunburst” of course.
The only thing that I can’t stand with Sunburst SM is the slow service particularly on billings. At their Mandaue branch the bill arrives in just a matter of seconds since they have a fully automated ordering and billing system. Why couldn’t they implement it at their SM branch which I guess is serving greater number of customers.