Slice of Heaven is located next to the main gate of Yun'an Shang Pin residential complex. Buses 104, 121 and 133 go past and bus 98 stops close by. Phone：18987475451
Those of you missing the great food and drinks sold in countless Australian and New Zealand cafes, bakeries and wine bars will find a slice of heaven in Kunming. Every day we bake bread, pizzas, cakes, pies and cookies for you to enjoy. Our drinks bar has locally sourced teas and our own specially roasted Baoshan coffee. We have a selection of local and imported beers and Southern Hemisphere wines.
Every day of every week we have something special for you.
Fridays, we have our famous half price pizza evenings. From 5 pm to 9.30 pm all our pizzas are just half price with the purchase of a drink. Eat in only.
Wednesdays everything in store has 20% off
And every day, from 8.30 to midday, you can enjoy a cup of Lanna Kinari Yunnan small bean coffee for just 8 kuai.
Contact us if you need cakes or catering for a special occasion.
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30 margherita: mozzarella cheese and basil
31 chicken, red pepper and New Zealand cheese
32 Yunnan goats’ cheese, tomato, eggplant，New Zealand cheese
33 tuna, olives, tomato and New Zealand cheese
34 spicy pork sausage, roasted red peppers, New Zealand cheese
35 the Momo: bacon, mushroom, red onion & New Zealand cheese
36 Hawaiian：bacon, pineapple and New Zealand cheeses
small 30元 - medium 50元 - large 90元
spaghetti bolognese 40元
beef, mushroom and herbed tomato sauce with spaghetti
roast chicken breast 45元
with couscous, roasted red peppers, & olive tapenade
spicy vegetables in pastry, served with salad （vegan）
beef, Black Yak beer & vegetable 45元
stew with potato & sweet potato mash （gluten free）
beef & eggplant pie & Greek salad （gluten free）
200 grams sirloin steak 110元
mushroom black pepper sauce and potato kumara mash
roast chicken, red peppers, black olives, salad greens, honey mustard dressing & grilled baguette
Yunnan Goats cheese, tomato, cucumber, black olives, red onion, salad greens, balsamic dressing & grilled baguette
tuna, tomato, cucumber, salad greens, fresh herbs, peanuts, Thai style dressing & grilled baguette
couscous salad with Yunnan goats cheese, black olives, red onion, tomato, cucumber& fresh herbs
roast chicken, red peppers, olives, salad greens, honey mustard dressing on focaccia
tuna, cucumber, tomato，mint, salad greens, sweet chilli sauce on focaccia
bacon & fried egg in a toasted sandwich with our spicy tomato sauce
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Heller, you're right. That is too much for bread. Call that another one of my many senior moments. But we did think the price was too low. The bread is 15 yuan for a baguette and 8 for the foccaccia. We think that is reasonable. What do you think?
I think if you're paying 20 kuai for a pizza it's entirely reasonable to ask you to buy a drink and not bring your own. Slice of Heaven is a great little spot and is deservedly doing well.
It's a 5-star cafe.
It's a lot better than Starbucks. Starbucks doesn't even have food on their menu.
Babs ... this is a message to you! Your bread is good, your pizza is average, your service is really bad. I remember when I enjoyed popping in for a pizza, but the truth is ... I don't go anymore because everytime I order (Friday especially) I wait over an hour to be given someone else's pizza. The other guy gets mine. I have always ordered drinks at your establishment with my pizza, but I can no longer stand to hear you rant on and on about non-paying customers (customers that don't order drinks). I know the rant is to chase off customers that you don't want, and I know that you have a business to run, but lots of folks are just plain tired of swallowing a downer! Lighten-up and get the service right ... maybe some of us will come back.
Agree with the previous review. It's 20 kuai for a pretty good pizza. You're already getting a bargain, and if you're that hard up that you don't want to pay an extra 10 kuai or so for a drink, there's a mixian place just a two minute walk up the street.
'We do not have a notice in the cafe forbidding customers from bringing in drinks from outside. We think this is a common courtesy'.
Absolutely. Unfortunately there are many people in Kunming who lack basic manners.