The embarrassment of riches in Kingfield continues. Sun Street opened this week at 46th and Nicollet.
I've been twice now- I never knew how much I missed biscuits until they turned up right down the street. The biscuits are fantastic. Anyone who went to the KF Farmers Market last year probably tried their bacon/scallion biscuit, which is incredible. But now they have the regular biscuit sandwiches. Today mine was sausage, cheese and mushroom (didn't feel like an egg). The sausage was delicious, as were sauteed mushrooms good with gooey, melted cheese. But the biscuit is the star. Fluffy on the inside with a nice crunchy outside texture. I worry about my waistline, seriously. I did manage to refrain from getting the Southern Fried biscuit, which has fried chicken, bacon and sausage gravy. But honestly, I'm not sure how long that will last.
They've done a great job of disguising the fact that it used to be a Snyders Drugs. The place is really bright and open. BUT, since they just opened, they're still trying to figure out the flow. One thing I love about my neighborhood is the absolute support places get- but it can make for some slow times with the big crowds. So go, just make sure you allow a little extra time at least for a week or two.