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Sunshine Mediterranean Eatery

Fortitude Valley

Sunshine is a unique vegetarian Mediterranean eatery in Fortitude Valley, whose James Street dining terrace is shaded by bright yellow umbrellas. 

Sunshine Mediterranean Eatery

The creation of Simon Gloftis, who also owns renowned fine dining restaurant SK Steak & Oyster in Ada Lane, tucked away underneath the Calile Hotel on the other side of James Street, Sunshine brings a new casual way of dining to the upmarket precinct.

Sunshine Mediterranean Eatery

Patrons can either take home some scrumptious food or enjoy it under the umbrellas outside. Whether you are taking away or dining in, food is served via the bain maries inside - onto a china plate for in-house diners or brown eco containers for takeway.

Sunshine Mediterranean Eatery

All patrons line up starting just inside the door and and are served by staff who can explain the origins and ingredients of each dish available. Once plates or containers are filled, the price is calculated by weight. At check-out, their are fresh daily juices or wines available to purchase to enjoy with your meal outside.

Sunshine Mediterranean Eatery

Whilst there is no set menu, as dishes are freshly prepared daily according to ingredients and chef's ideas, you can expect to find the likes of vegetarian Moussaka (a must-try), spinach and cheese pie, orzo pasta, baked beans, corn, crumbed eggplant, roasted beetroot and stuffed vegetables (tomatoes, red peppers and zucchini).

Sunshine Mediterranean Eatery

There's also tasty combinations like peas, onions, broadbeans and artichokes, a selection of salads such as crumbed egg, grain and chopped greens as well as sweets like Turkish Delight, custard pie, havana cake or yoghurt with honey and nuts. 

Need to know - Bookings are not available for dine in. There is limited street parking available nearby.

Sunshine Mediterranean Eatery 

39 James St

Fortitude Valley

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