Food and Drink
Posted by Erika Geraerts
16. Jul, 2012
What’s that saying about killing two birds with one stone? How can we apply that to long blacks and eggs?
How about the team from Three Bags Full in Abbotsford – Ben, Nathan, and Diamond, has nailed coffee and eggs amongst the rest of their menu, in one cafe.
Two Birds One Stone – South Yarra, you’re back on the map.
To summarise a mouthful of food:
- Smashed avocado & feta with caper berries, tomato, red onion & dill.
- Twice cooked marmalade French toast, oranges, & vanilla mousse.
- Open chicken sandwich, pork stuffing, pancetta, almond aioli, curried walnuts & watercress.
- Coffee, lots of it. Good coffee. We had expectations and they were met. We advise that you see yours filled, too.
Photos courtesy of two birds one stone Twitter @2bird1stone
TWO BIRDS ONE STONE
12 Claremont Street, South Yarra.
Kitchen closes at 3pm
Erika Geraerts is one of the founders of Willow & Blake, a writing agency based in Cremorne. They like to eat, obviously.
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