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Frank Saliu at the front counter at Sunfield, left, and Tammy, one of Sunfield’s waitresses delivering breakfast to two hungry customers. .


Photos by Paul E. Burd Photography


SUNFIELD RESTAURANT Albanian natives Frank Saliu and his brother Vinnie


opened their Sunfield Restaurant 21 years ago on Rt. 47, next door to the BP gas station. Eleven years ago, they moved the restaurant to its current location at 382 East Veterans Pkwy., in front of the shopping area that houses the Jewel and the new Planet Fitness. Frank says the move was a good one, to a new building and a better location. But the food remained the same - a full menu offering a variety of breakfast, lunch and dinner options. “We offer everything from skillets to omelets, wrap


sandwiches to dinner steaks and chops,” Frank says. “Our most famous entree is broasted chicken. Everyone loves


that. We make fresh daily soups and we have daily specials and a special menu for seniors.” Te menu also includes Mediterranean and Greek


style food, and of course desserts like pies and cakes and ice cream. “We have a little bit of everything,” Frank says. “It’s


old-fashioned cooking.” Frank says that he has customers who have been


coming to eat daily at Sunfield’s since the day the restaurant opened. “I’ve seen kids from when they were little until they


are in college,” Frank says. “I’ve been here most of my life and I feel so blessed to have spent 21 years here.”


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