We had a great breakfast today in Manhattan Beach. Despite the hot weather, we enjoyed a very cool meal at the cozy Four Daughters' Kitchen. Service was perfect and our meal was really
yummy! We enjoyed the Sausage Scramble ($10.25) chock full of three eggs, sausages, swiss cheese, spinach, roasted potatoes, mushrooms, spinach, and leeks. The serving was huge and the dish was delicious. We also loved the Sunrise Sandwich ($9.75) with fried
eggs, bacon, tomatoes, avocado, American cheese, and mayo, on white toast. The Two eggs your way ($8.25) was also perfect. Potatoes are noteworthy in that chunks of fried panchetta are sprinkled throughout, lending a special flavor. Coffee is organically grown
Lamill, and is definitely worth a second cup. As we ate we sat underneath a framed picture of owner Clint Clausen's four gorgeous daughters. I was curious about the restaurant's name, so I did a little research on Clausen and his wife Kori. It seens
that Clint Clausen met an untimely death in 2014 when he suffered a heart attack and died in his wife's arms, while on a family vacation in South Carolina. Married for 17 years, the couple opened the restaurant in 2010. Today Kori runs the restaurant. I don't
know about you but this story brought tears to my eyes. Check it out next time you're in Manhattan Beach. Four Daughters' Kitchen 3505 Highland Avenue, Manhattan Beach (310) 545-2222. Hours: 7 a.m.- 10 p.m. daily.
Recommended Dishes: Egg Scrambles, Sunrise Sandwich.