The other day I posted a picture of my Mom and I at a unknown restaurant, and one person guessed it...it was 3 Sisters!
In the heart of Broad Ripple, Momma J saw this place on DDD and told me she wanted to go there even before she arrived. It's super cute, an old house and the inside made me feel just like I was having breakfast at Gramma's house. It has all the old wood floors and big old windows and is just homey. We got out and about early and it was a beautiful day in Broad Ripple and has been since...pretty sure this is not a secret these days. BR has been booming! But, 3 Sisters was not crowded which really added to that quaint atmosphere. Just a few nice folks drinking coffee, reading their papers and enjoying some delicious food together!
Since it was my first visit, and Momma J had seen those wonderful corn cake delights on DDD, we absolutely had to order them. But, before that, we ordered coffee, which I totally must comment on because it was that good. It was really nutty and noticeably good for Diner coffee...I might go back just to have a cup of coffee and sit on the porch. Okay, so we were drinking that and deciding to order the corn cakes and split a side of bacon.
Check those out! The corn cakes were sprinkled with powdered sugar and filled with seasonal fruit (raspberries today) and served with either lemon curd or a fruit compote (also raspberries) and fresh whipped cream. They said they put whatever that have on had in there, raspberries or blueberries are common. I'll take either, thank you very much. Clearly, as you can see by the picture, we probably could've split these and been satisfied. I always do that!!! But, since I had them, I had to try to eat them, how sad to let them go to waste?!? Eat them, I did, my friends. They were really, really good. Crispy on the outside, but creamy and fruity on the inside. The corn cake was NOT sweet, which was perfect. The fruit inside and the dipping sauces added the sweetness you yearn for in a brekky like this. The sauces were almost too good to be true. One was as delicious as the next and I got a little crazy and started dipping in the lemon curd and then in the raspberry sauce...just for fun. Uh-mazing. I ate bacon too...it was also yummy...when is bacon not really. Maybe if little Wilbur, the prize pig, was looking at me through one of those big windows...maybe then, not so good.
Obviously, I only ate one thing here. But, let's be honest, the first thing you try at a place can make or break it for you. Everything came together with our little (Or not so little in this case) breakfast, from the coffee to the cakes. The menu had some really mouth-watering options that I am definitely looking forward to tasting some of the lunch sandwich options or one of their many scrambles. They have vegan and veggies choices abound as well as fresh and interesting ingredients, making this place a staple for my restaurant repertoire! I think I want to become the 4th Sister and rename this place...I hope they will have me :)