Sunshine Diner is a pretty distinctive restaurant thanks to their retro decor, which includes statues of icons like Evils and Marilyn Monrone outside. The interior is equally well decked, with booths, pictures, and other decor. Their menu consists of various breakfast and lunch items, many of which are named after movie icons. I had their Elvis Eggs Benedict.
Elvis Eggs Benedict ($17.45):
This contained bacon, back bacon, and turkey bacon, and is served with home fries and a cup of fresh fruit. The eggs were tender and runny; the hollandaise was quite creamy albeit a bit on the bland side. It was quite salty from all the bacon. I wasn’t the biggest fan of the English muffin, which was quite tough at the bottom. The home fries were a bit soggy, but still tasty. I quite enjoyed the fruit, which came in quite a good variety, and were fairly fresh.
The food at Sunshine Diner was not mindblowing, but still fairly good. I did find the price to be a little on the higher side. The service was good though; the food comes quite quickly and the server I had was extremely warm and friendly. All in all, while the food didn’t blow me away, I think the diner is still worth checking out for the decor and service alone.