Best breakfast, brunch Placer County
Four Sisters Cafe
Out front, the store’s facade reads: “Four Sisters” and below that “It’s a Cafe.” From that alone, you can tell this is not a laundromat or a bistro.
It’s a cafe—an idea the sisters have committed to with abandon. But before we go any further, it’s necessary to mention the bacon. House cured and smoked a few doors down from Four Sisters Cafe’s corner location in Roseville, you’d be hard pressed to find a better slice of pork belly. With succulent, savory sweetness, the bacon tastes like a slice of apple pie. A side or a dish prominently featuring it is a must.
The Dutch crunch tabletops direct your gaze to center stage where you’ll get to eat hearty portions of impressive food. Craft-roasted mugs of coffee are constantly refilled, and the ceramic’s warm primary colors match the plates.
Rory the waiter directed SN&R and company to try the corned beef hash, plus his own personal addendum of jalapenos, on top of the gravy smothering the biscuit. These are welcome additions to the flavorful dish, and a waitstaff that knows the menu inside and out is a good sign.
Speaking of good signs, there’s also the one under the TV that reads “Life is short. Eat the bacon.”
Obey the sign. And notice another sign that you’re about to get a larger-than-life bellyful of satisfying food: the yard-long, novelty forks and spoons hanging on the wall.