Run by two very nice ladies. What is on the menu ?? Look into the display case. Except there is a NYC style sandwich menu on the wall, spread out on 3 chalk boards. Obviously I was the first person in a long time to notice and use the sandwich menu because when I asked for "panino quindici" I got a confused look from one of the ladies. I pointed to the wall and she looked up and nodded. Then there was an amusing conversation between the two ladies; "Can you make a sandwich for him" "Which one" "fifteen" "what" "sandwich fifteen" "what is that" "I don't know, you wrote it on the wall" This of course was in Italian. You can order from the display case among several home cooked casseroles, pizza and sandwiches made to order. And there are cookies on top of the display case. A small place with 6 small tables and 12-14 chairs. One of the ladies speaks very good English and the other knows enough to take your order. The Sunflower is great for a quick home cooked meal.
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