Follow Us

Three Sisters Cafe & Bakery

Yum or Yuck?
View Menu
6360 Guilford Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46220 (Map & Directions)
Phone: (317) 257-5556
Yum or Yuck?

People Who Viewed This Also Viewed

Zoup! Fresh Soup Company ($)
Soups, Sandwiches, Subs, Vegetarian

How To Eat To Live Cafe ($)
Vegetarian, Coffee Shop, Organic

Naisa Pan-Asian Cafe ($$)
Chinese, Asian, Tea, Asian Fusion, Vegetarian

Aunt Polly's ($$)
Pizza, Barbecue, Sandwiches, Subs

Restaurant Photos

| Add Photo

Restaurant Description

Is this your restaurant? Click to add your description here.


Mon-Wed: 8am - 4pm, Thu-Fri: 8am - 9pm, Sat: 2am - 9pm, Sun: 2am - 4pm

Additional Info


Credit Cards Accepted


Good for Kids




Price Point
$$ $ - Cheap Eats (Under $10)
$$ - Moderate ($11-$25)
$$$ - Expensive ($25-$50)
$$$$ - Very Pricey (Over $50)


Outdoor Seats

Reviews of Three Sisters Cafe & Bakery

review_stars 01/26/2013 - carmen
this place has been on the decline for some time and given that I did write the owner about our experience ,via their web site but received no response from them, it seems they are not at all concerned about their decline. They should have stars based on review since Oct, 2012 till now they would not have four stars next to their name- there were good once but no more, no more!

My mother and I drove around Broad Ripple today expressly looking for this restaurant and were pleased that we found it. It was a very cold and damp day to be out, but we thought it would be worth the drive and effort as my mother had seen the something about it on one of the cooking channels.
We were greeted very nicely by the hostess and received our hot drinks quickly as well, which was very nice. The environment was inviting and warm. There were empty tables so it wasn't that they were too busy to be good just that they didn't care to be good.

We ordered the bean chili and a chicken sandwich to split. The chili came out freezing cold but that was a simple mistake and could be overlooked and remedied with a reheat- but when we were severed the wait person said and I quote; " one bowl is more soupy and the other has more stuff in it, so maybe you can add a little to one." Had I wanted to mix my chili I would have done so in comfort of my own home. It was taken away to be heated and our sandwich came and I was so hungry because I hadn't eaten any breakfast in anticipation of eating a hearty lunch, so I have to say I ate my half with the exception of the last two bites- That chicken sandwich would have made a very good Frisbee for our dog as it was tough enough to hold up to the bite of her large canine teeth and could have flown through the air steady. It was dry and stringy. The chili came back out with out the bread, which I was really looked forward to as a good filler for lack of good food.
When I asked for crackers, we were given three packs to split, three crackers each. Our money would have been better spent at the local gas station on a cup of coffee and something out of their cold deli, any thing out of their cold deli.

Write a Review for Three Sisters Cafe & Bakery

Recent Reviews

1. Slammin Sammies (Indianapolis, IN)

Great folks. I've known Timmy and Danny over 40 years. They want to set new standards for their bar. Come on notes with music.... read more

2. Papa Bears Chicken (Indianapolis, IN)

I was very impress it was well season not salty no lemon pepper needed I give it 10 star its not sit down but with plenty of business. It won&#39... read more

3. Booker's BBQ (Indianapolis, IN)

The customer service is excellent. You are greeted with a warm smile that feels like a big hug from your favorite auntie. The food is delcious! ( hot... read more

4. Youngsters Kitchen (Indianapolis, IN)

Delicious!!!... read more

5. Chick-a-Boom (Indianapolis, IN)

I called to place an order and the man who I was talking to was very rude and short with me. He acted as if I was putting him for wanting to place an ... read more

Indianapolis Restaurant Guide: See Menus, Ratings and Reviews for Restaurants in Indianapolis and Indiana
United States Restaurant Guide:
AK | AL | AR | AZ | DE | CA | CT | CO | FL | GA | HI | ID | IL | IN | IA | KS | KY | LA | MD | ME | MA | MI | MN | MS | MO | MT | NC | ND | NE | NV | NH | NJ | NM | NY | OH | OK | OR | PA | RI | SC | SD | TN | TX | UT | VT | VA | WA | WV | WI | WY
Canadian Major Cities and Provinces:
Alberta | British Columbia | Manitoba | New Brunswick | Newfoundland | Nova Scotia | Ontario | Prince Edward Island | Quebec | Saskatchewan | Yukon | Calgary | Edmonton | Montreal | Ottawa | Regina | Saskatoon | Toronto | Vancouver | Victoria | Winnipeg |
Most Popular US City Guides:
Albuquerque | Amherst | Atlanta | Austin | Baltimore | Boston | Boulder | Brooklyn | Burlington | Cape Cod | Charlotte | Charleston | Chicago | Cincinnati | Cleveland | Columbus | Dallas / Fort Worth | Denver | Detroit | El Paso | Flagstaff | Fort Lauderdale | Fresno | Gulf Coast | Hartford | Hoboken | Honolulu | Houston | Indianapolis | Jackson | Jacksonville | Jersey City | Kansas City | Knoxville | Las Vegas | Long Island | Los Angeles | Louisville | Lowell | Madison | Memphis | Miami | Milwaukee | Minneapolis | Myrtle Beach | Nashua | Nashville | New Orleans | New York City | Oakland | Oklahoma City | Omaha | Orange County | Orlando | Philadelphia | Phoenix | Pittsburgh | Portland | Providence | Raleigh | Reno | Richmond | Riverside | Sacramento | Saint Louis | Salem | Salt Lake City | San Antonio | San Diego | San Francisco | San Jose | Santa Barbara | Santa Fe | Seattle | St. Paul | Tampa | Tucson | Tulsa | Twin Cities | Virginia Beach | Washington, DC | Wilmington | Winston-Salem