80 Harvester Rd, Sunshine VIC 3020, Australia
80 Harvester Road Sunshine VI
Bakery, Meal Takeaway, Store, Restaurant, Food
(03) 9311 9181
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Ivan Sepulveda said 4 years ago
Every single time that im visiting the muffin break at sunshine store they never give the free item that you are collecting in your loyalty card. They are always saying that the system is not showing anything so they are not able to to anything, but im pretty sure that the free product shows in they systems. Probably thats the reason why they don't want to install the screen for the customer so they can actually see what the systems shows. Horrible store but sadly is the only store close to my house. Hope muffin break brand do something regarding this because same as me exist lot of people with the same issue.
Lisa Leonard said 4 years ago
Since the redo, this place is great. They have stock until the afternoon and the staff are nice. Muffins are good.
lesbeefriendz said 4 years ago
As a coffee addict I can’t seem to wonder how a coffee can taste so bad. Also what’s worse than a bland coffee? The staff.
RAVIN GOSWAMI said 3 years ago
Great staff, good coffee!
Fwa SmAsH said 4 years ago
Nice Coffee (They're using Arabica Bean) & Muffin.
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