Sunflour Baking Company
The #6 sandwich - egg sausage and tomato pesto was really good (I removed the arugula). Lots of flavor and the cheddar biscuit was really yummy, but a lot of bread. One star less because it took a while to prepare.
Went to Sunflour Baking Company in Charlotte NC around 9:45 AM on a Sunday. I was going to call in my order on DoorDash, but decided to go. They told me there was a delay on the sandwiches, about 20 minutes, but I was fine with that. I ended up waiting 55 minutes. The woman was extremely apologetic and gave me a five dollar coupon. My sandwich was amazing. It was a egg, avocado, ham, and cheese on a cheddar biscuit. I will definitely order again, but would call ahead. I also had the cinnamon roll and it was pretty good.
Ive given this place a try. A few tries and they are consistently slow. Ordered avocado toast at 7:40 at 8 oclock it still was not ready. There were literally three people in there that already had their food and was eating so Im confused as to what was taking so long. Like really how long does it take to make avocado toast with turkey. Only to receive it and theres no turkey. What is the purpose of ordering a head if its not going to be ready ? It was $8you mean to tell me for a eight dollar piece of avocado toast with turkey and It cant be ready?? I wish they would put something else there. Another breakfast spot.
Because of them, my daughter had her first real birthday cake at her 8th birthday party. She has a lot of allergies, and they were accommodating with the restrictions. She had cake with any reactions to it. And it was beautiful, bigger than we expected and delicious....
My delivery order from here was a disgrace and this review is based solely on the food quality and not a service or dine-in experience. We ordered two breakfast sandwiches from here yesterday: the avocado toast with bacon and egg added and an egg, cheddar, and avocado sandwich with onions and pesto. Both sandwiches were missing avocado, which is an extra charge, including the AVOCADO TOAST. How does that happen? Not to mention that my $10.50 croissant sandwich was so pathetic and essentially an open face sandwich with one small piece of croissant and a sad portion of egg and cheese smooshed together that I mistook for the other side of the bread. It looks like I ordered an onion and pesto sandwich. The key lime pie was sizable and good. Seems food quality and poor service are an issue at this location based on other reviews so we definitely will not be wasting money here again.