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Two Birds One Stone from Three Bags Full

Posted by Erika Geraerts

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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.
9827 1228
Mon-Fri 7am-5pm
Sat-Sun 7am-4pm
Kitchen closes at 3pm
twobirdsonestonecafe.com.au

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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