Where to get best of all three worlds


Offering all day specials and delicious Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese delicacies, the team at Sunny House also home delivers and specialises in catering for groups of all sizes.

Story appeared in: Review | July 28th, 2017



IF you can't decide on Thai, Chinese or Vietnamese tonight, head straight to Sunny House Take Away where you can get all three.
Offering fantastic value, with the average cost for two people around $20, the Thai/Chinese masterchef, who has also worked in Vietnam, is winning fans far and wide despite the eatery only being open for a few months.
Fresh, fragrant and light, yet very fillings dishes include entrees which start at $3 for Roti Canai and range up to $12.80 for salt and pepper squid.
Mains include curries with rice, $12.80, stirfries with rice, $10.80-$11.80, beautiful fried rices, $12.80, noodle soups, $8, and noodle dishes, $12.80 (with all including your choice of vegetable, tofu, beef, chicken, seafood, duck or combination).
Some of the other dishes include succulent black pepper beef with rice, $9, salty fish and chicken fried rice, $10, chicken or beef omelette, $11.80, lamb curry, $12.80, spring roll and grilled beef and pork with vermicelli, $10, Shan Dong chicken dried egg noodle, $10, seafood noodle soup, $10, teriyaki chicken stir-fried with udon, $10, Taiwanese chicken bites, $7, pho beef rice noodle soup, $9, pork chop noodle soup, $9, tomato braised beef noodle soup, $9, deep fried wonton, $7, and Japanese style diced beef with rice, $9.
"The response to the business has been amazing," a spokesperson said.
"All the customers seem very happy with our food and we're getting a lot of repeat business.
"As far as the most popular dishes go, it's not easy to say as everything has been going well, especially the crispy chicken dishes, noodle combination soup dishes and customers also can't get enough of our curries and stir-fries."
Offering all day specials, the team at Sunny House also home delivers and specialises in catering for groups of all shapes and sizes.
Online ordering through Menulog should also be available from next week.



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Publication: Review | Section: Dining Out | Author: Cindy Lynch | Story ID: 129757 | Viewcount: 114

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