Two Sisters Catering menu reviews

Two Sisters Catering prices reviews

two sisters catering prices
two sisters catering prices

Jim Bates: Ideal place to go if you’re actually missing a real Parisian style patisserie or bistro. My beloved is the fabulous breakfast brioche - creamy, eggy, with wonderful fruit compote. I’m grateful to you, www.twosisterscatering.com.

Judith Hide: That’s absolutely worth the wait! I typically will order a coffee at the coffee bar - for which you do not have to wait on line unless there is one at the actual bar. When I drive by in the am, the delicious scent of fresh baked bread and croque Monsieur envelops the surrounding area - from the tip of DelFina to the corner of 18th and Guerrero. Now, if only I could find a parking spot to stop for a cafe au lait and croissant or brioche!

Two Sisters Catering prices menu reviews

two sisters catering reviews
two sisters catering reviews

Arthur Green: Will it be the longest line you have ever waited in for breakfast? Yes.Will it be the most unbelievable experience you have ever encountered before noon? Absolutely. I dream about this place. I fantasize about it. I crave it and imagine it. And yes, I will wait an hour and a half for it again.

Mike Johnson: I’ll eat that place up!

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two sisters catering yelp
two sisters catering yelp

Betty Miles: Great place. Wonderful variety and friendly staff. The salad bar and buffet included both cold and hot dishes, and they provided some accompaniments - polenta, fried banana and cheese bread puff (Oh my!!). Follow this link to learn more.

Andrew Black: The bread puffs were so good, I had to ask for more. But the main attraction is the variety of meats served table side. Chicken legs, chicken hearts, filet mignon, flank steak, sirloin, pork tenderloin, lamb, and chicken and pork sausage. Also grilled pineapple. Delicious. The tres Leches cake and creme brûlée were also first rate.

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