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A Taiwanese Restaurant Named Sunflower

Great tasting and budget-friendly feasts are what makes a wanderer go further. Food that brings about the different flavour and taste of authentic cuisine is one that gives a trek its worth and substance. Thus, our recent food trips in one of the most popular suburbs near Sydney CBD – the illustrious suburb of Ultimo, having a mouthful of palatable experience in a Taiwanese gourmet restaurant is worth telling.

This brightly coloured restaurant along Broadway offers one of the most savoury and yet, affordable eats in town. Its name, fittingly called Sunflower, describes the restaurant’s vibrant, inner ambience and its colourful as well as flavourful dishes.

Barbeque grilled pork with rice

Curry chicken with rice

Milk Teas

The visit to this popular restaurant (A favourite choice to mostly students and youngsters nearby!), was not our first, but the Nth time; as we just love its gourmet food and cold milk teas. (Your choice if you wanted to add those sweet and yummy tapioca pearls.) This time around, Sean and I chose bestseller meals amongst its various ranges.  Sean picked his penultimate curry chicken with rice, while I chose the mouth-watering barbeque grilled pork with rice, both added with sautéed green veggies.  With the amorous smell of our choices, we added a few pieces of honey spicy chilling dumplings on our orders, which we brought home as we had enough of our savoury dishes that night. (Indeed, very satisfying and filling!)

Sunflower Taiwanese Gourmet is located at 147 Broadway, Ultimo, NSW. This restaurant is just a few minutes’ walk from both the Broadway Shopping Centre, and the University of Technology Sydney.


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