Spring at The Sunny Cafe

The sun’s here … This was the buzz word these days as we move into spring. Literally, we were at Spring-vale this weekend for lunch and ‘bumped’ into this little cafe along the way. From the signage of this place, we can tell that it was Korean Taiwanese (thanks Jo!). The Sunny Cafe is really a small cafe, probably half a shop lot. At a glance, there were about six to seven tables and they were all occupied. Many were still entering the cafe to take-away or to try their luck to get a seat.

We grab a couple of the ‘fried bread sticks‘ or ‘Yau Jar Gwai‘ ($2 each) as what its commonly called in Malaysia.

I saw a lady having these bread sticks with warm soya drink and wanted to have some too. It reminded me of the Malaysian way of eating these Yau Jar Gwai, even better with some Kopi (coffee in Malay). Unfortunately, there were no table available to accommodate three of us. Very persistent as usual, I bought a bottle of the Soya Drink with sugar ($3.5 come with and without sugar added). (Back home) The soya drink was quite good and tasted fresh.

We will definitely return here for more serious item. I saw many having this big wrap …

The Sunny Cafe
6 Balmoral Avenue
Springvale, 3171 Victoria,


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