Denver >Three Sisters Cafe & Catering
1717 Stout St, Denver, CO | Directions 8020239.747141 -104.991568
Too expensive for what you get!!-Soup is overspiced!. I bought a "Chicken" Caesar Salad, they key word being "Chicken". It had 3 VERY small pieces of Chicken on it. The size was about 3 tablespoons. I asked the cashier if they put the chicken on the salad and he pointed out one piece. For $7 and some change you would think they could put a little more chicken on their salad. I could have gone to an up scale restaurant and paid the same price and gotten a lot more for my money. Every soup is WAY over spiced! I e-mailed the owner and was told that each soup is made fresh daily. He said he and the chef felt that the soup was spiced just right. Really? A creamy potato soup shouldn't have that much pepper in it. I expect the Southwestern Tortilla to be spicey, but not all of the soup's. I suggested that they let each guest spice their own. I guess that hasn't happened. I can't justify spending that kind of money. I won't go back.
Pros and Cons.
The wait isn't too bad and the food is pretty decent.
However, I've never been in here and had friendly service. The staff seems to hate their jobs.
I don't think I've seen any of them ever smile, and sometimes they act annoyed at the customers.
Makes me not want to go back, for fear of interrupting their bad moods.
Average Soup and Sandwich. The sandwich (turkey and cheese) was average...my husband thought it tasted like Subway...the soup (chicken tortilla) was less average...tasted like it came from a can. The atmosphere was good. Service was friendly. I'd give the place/soup one more try since (apparently) people seem to like it. Something to consider: it's downtown...so unless you're already downtown, patient, or just have good parking karma...finding a meter could be a struggle. Otherwise...meehhh.
Best Panini EVER!. I visted Three Sisters on 2/25/08 for lunch. This was my first visit to Three Sisters and definitely won't be my last. I ordered the Mediterranean Chicken Panini, which has to be the best sandwich/panini I've ever had. I also ordered the Parmesan Tomato soup, which was okay, but seemed very bland and didn't have much flavor. It wasn't bad by any means, it just paled in comparison to the sandwich.
What a Find!.
Just stumbled across this place while looking for a quick lunch. Food was very good and fresh, and the environment was relaxed and comfortable. There was a line to the door, but it moved quicky.
Plus, got to see the three sisters with their mom sitting in a booth by the door!
Great food, not too crowded.
Was introduced to this place by a co-worker. The food was fabulous! If you are a fan of Corner Bakery - especially the chicken pesto sandwhich, this is just as good if not better! My coworked had a bowl of soup (they let you try each and every soup if you want too!), and it looked very tastey!
We headed over right at high noon and it wasn't bad. Not a very long line, and it moved fast when people did show up!
Super for lunch!
Best SOUP I ever had !. I was a burger guy until I tried this meal / soup ... it is really good !!!
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