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Sunn Cafe

Sunn CafeIn a word: Find the time.

The specs: #01072  
201 E. Main St., Mount Horeb 53572
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JM ate the Vegas sandwich with a Sprecher root beer.
Nichole ate the beef burrito plus avocado with a Wisco Cherry Pop and a brownie.
The bill was $24, or $12/person, plus tip.
JM and Nichole gave Sunn Cafe an A- (see our grading rubric). 

This Mount Horeb eatery is named for the Norwegian word for healthy.  The healthy eats here are quite good, but a little hard to get to for the average Madison drone, as Sunn was only open from 11-5 Mondays to Saturdays when we made our trip. If spring ever comes to Dane County this year, we'll try to remember it being good for a lunch stop on a circuit of the Military Ridge bike path, especially if we don't want something as heavy as what one would get at Grumpy Troll.

Vegas sandwich

Here JM got a Vegas sandwich, which was a delicious and filling mix of meats and banana pepper. Served with a side of potato chips, he knew he'd hit a small jackpot - it was a complete sandwich and served warm. Nichole's beef burrito was similarly filling served with chips and salsa. The burrito was sandwiched on a panini press for extra tastiness, with a rich seasoning. 


Here you can also wash everything down with a Wisco Pop, a Sprecher or a local brew, and finish with some of their delightful bakery. The brownie we got was rich and sizeable, without becoming same-y.


Brownie and pop

We hope you'll schedule an afternoon in Mount Horeb and check Sunn out, it's worth the trip.


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