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3 Sisters Cafe in Indianapolis, IN
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3 Sisters Cafe

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6360 Guilford Ave  IndianapolisIN  46220

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    Sunday, January 09, 2011
    This is the correct link to 3 Sisters Cafe http://3sisters.in/
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    Sunday, January 09, 2011
    On our way from Kansas City to Niagara Falls we thought we would hit some DDD's along the way. First stop Indianapolis and Three Sisters Cafe. Awesome experience!! The old Victorian house was charming. The staff was amazing and attentive. Ruthie and Sebastian were extremely helpful and friendly. The food was excellent. I had the build your own Mac & Cheese along with two others I the party and then two D'nais were eaten by the others. Everything was outstanding. Then dessert we tried the chocolate/bacon pie, it was rich and I liked it, we also had the blueberry & goat cheese pie and the walnut pie. everyone agreed the walnut pie was out of this world. Oh did I mention we arrived 30 minutes before closing. They didn't bat an eye. When in Indy you must and we will again go to Three Sisters Cafe
  3. anonymous
    Sunday, January 09, 2011
    I tried it before DDD ever went there, and have been back many times since. We love the corn cakes with fruit and lemon curd, and also like their omelets (which are massive!) and their grilled cheese (add bacon). It's in the main floor of a house so seating can be limited, so arrive early. Parking is also a bear (on the streets in the neighborhood), so another good reason to arrive early or go on off hours/days. The food is very tasty, and they have many vegetarian choices. Prices are around $10-15 per person, so very economical.
  4. anonymous
    Sunday, January 09, 2011
    Stopped in for lunch and got a table right away. Staff was extremely friendly and helpful. Encouraged me to take as many pics as I wanted. I ordered the D'nai sandwich. It was just okay, because it was all dark meat chicken. Not the best flavor. I probably would have liked it better if I'd ordered something different.
  5. anonymous
    Sunday, January 09, 2011
    We stopped for breakfast and thought it was execellent. I had the fried corn mush and my wife had the lemon corn cakes with sides of the berry sauce and lemon curd. The menu selections were pretty unique. I saw about ten other dishes I'd like to try. We'll definitely be back, probably to try something from the lunch menu for the next visit.
  6. anonymous
    Sunday, January 09, 2011
    Just left and the restaurant was filthy. We only stayed because it was on DDD which proved to be right the food was good. Would not back because of filth.
  7. anonymous
    Sunday, January 09, 2011
    Just left the restaurant and the food was good, but the place is filthy! There is only one bathroom which can cause problems when busy.
  8. anonymous
    Sunday, January 09, 2011
    We tried the D'nai and it was flavorless and bland. The bread was soggy. After rewatching the episode, it was obvious that the sandwich we got was only related by name to the sandwich that was featured. It'd been 3 years since their show aired, so I'd say they lost track of what got them noticed. The fish tacos were great except for the tortillas. They were soggy and stuck together. The atmosphere was ok and the service wasn't bad. The single unisex bathroom is a bit cramped, so don't linger if you don't have to.
  9. anonymous
    Sunday, January 09, 2011
    We tried the Dnai sandwich and it was incredible. My daughter had an omelet and loved it. Food was excellent and service was great.
  10. anonymous
    Sunday, January 09, 2011
    Visited for lunch......had the D"nai loaded as suggested. Very tasty and delicious!! Smaller portion than I would have thought for the price however I would get the sandwich again. The meat was quite tasty and the blend of the kale was an unexpected treat........sampled the blueberry goatcheese pie...it was not for me, but the other desserts were fresh and delicious. As I travel for my job tooooo often I come across eateries often...most of which I would not reccomend..however I would reccomend this whole-heartedly and hope your experience would be as satisfying as mine.
  11. anonymous
    Sunday, January 09, 2011
    We stopped by this restauraunt on our last DDD vacation tour in November. We both had the Dnial sandwich and the three bean chili. For desert I had the blueberry goat cheese pie, and my partner had the carrot cake. The meal was excellent, the wait staff was attentive and very pleasant to talk with. The faciliy was packed, but we didn't have a long wait for seating. I wil definitely stop in this place again if I am close to Indianapolis. If you live within two hours of Indianapolis, it is worth the drive. Do yourself a favor and visit this place if you get a chance.
  12. anonymous
    Sunday, January 09, 2011
    Went here after seing on DDD and boy was it worth the trip. We tried all three things featured on the show. The ham w/ kale and pepper jack cheese was great! The Blueberry Goat Cheese pie was AMAZING!!!!!!!! :)  
  13. anonymous
    Sunday, January 09, 2011
    Great Experience, as a guy, the Dnial Sandwich is just great! Roast Pork with greens and cheese and aujuis on the side for dipping the amazing roll. Bring your apetite as it's big. Also had the Salad with Bacon Tomato and some sorta pesto sauce and goat cheese, really good. (Man needs a veggie once in awhile) The Blueberry Goat Cheese pie was excellent and I don't really like blueberrys, except in truck stop pancakes. The Peach and Ginger Iced Tea was nice, but not really what I was expecting, I thought I was just getting plain old Iced Tea. My fault on that one. The staff was super cute and seemed to have sociable personalities when converesed with by this old fat dad. I never ever would have went here if not for my wife and our friend. It was really good and I will go back for the sandwich and pie again. Even the saled, LOL!
  14. anonymous
    Sunday, January 09, 2011
    My super-critical mother said the salmon salad was the best she ever had.
  15. anonymous
    Sunday, January 09, 2011
    Forgot to rate. =)
  16. anonymous
    Sunday, January 09, 2011
    Blueberry goat cheese pie : AMAZING!
  17. anonymous
    Sunday, January 09, 2011
    A great waitress, good recommendations, delicious food.  We're definitely going back.  
  18. anonymous
    Sunday, January 09, 2011
    The staff is fabulous and so is the food. If you go for breakfast you have to try the scrambled eggs with the goat cheese. I'm no vegetarian but, the black bean buger is delicious that if I am there for lunch I just have to get it.  If you've never been here, you should definetly go; and go hungry because there are big servings. :)
  19. anonymous
    Sunday, January 09, 2011
    Have lived here long than 3 Sisters has been in business.  Meh.
  20. anonymous
    Sunday, January 09, 2011
    I love Moira
  21. anonymous
    Sunday, January 09, 2011
    The best ham sandwitch I ever had!  EVER!! Called D'Nia.
  22. anonymous
    Sunday, January 09, 2011
    The 3 Sisters Cafe in Indianapolis originated as a vegetarian/vegan restaurant but have since added meat items to their menu. They have amazing breakfast options that are served all day. My personal favorite is the 3 Sisters grilled cheese which is whole wheat bread with brie, apple, and blueberries.

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