They call this a cafe but it reminds me of the diners that used to dot the highways of America.
It's small with barely adequate parking for the 50 or so seating. We've been going to the Sunrise for many years and never disappointed. Our last visit was on a Sunday, about 8 in the AM. The tables are two or four top but when I asked for seating for 6, the waitress didn't hesitate putting two tables together. Seems there were three or four waitresses on the flour and looked like two cooks in the kitchen. Within about 10 minutes of ordering, two waitresses brought our food, Everything was hot and tasty and the coffee cups frequently refilled.
There are several ceiling fans to keep the air moving, However, the one over our table was pushing a too cool breeze. I asked if they could turn in down a bit and within a few seconds a tall cook was there to reach up and pull the chain to set a lower, more agreeable speed.
We've visited the Sunrise for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Always good service and good food.