Located in Marrickville, Two Chaps is a cafe where all dishes including bread and pastries are made from scratch. You can see all the beautiful treats in the front counter such as brioche donuts, tarts and croissants. They take care towards food production and consumption and use local suppliers for their goods. It’s a cafe and bakery by day and selling a set menu by night on the weekends.
It’s a bustling spot in an industrial area, the cafe in a little warehouse space. A spots inside and out but they’re doing a lot of takeaway at the moment with Covid regulations.
They are enthusiastic about supporting the community, using local products for ingredients. Dishes are fresh, vibrant and change seasonally depending on what produce is around. Their food is healthy and vegetarian but they also have some vegan options. Think of salads, falafel wraps, hash browns, sourdough crumpets and sandwiches all prepared with significant creativity.
We enjoyed Brushwoods’ fresh rolled oat porridge, with a Geraldton wax poached pear, sticks of rhubarb, toasted almonds, moscatels and spices, linseed and fennel crackers and maple dates. It also had some coconut yogurt and perfect for the vegan diners around.
Their coffee is roasted nearby by Microlot Coffee Roasters and is a pretty good drop. If you’re not up for a coffee, they also have sticky chai, raw cacao hot chocolate and teas by rabbit hole organic tea bar.￼
We’re looking forward to a revisit.
122 Chapel St.
Marrickville NSW 2204
Thurs – sat also 6pm-9pm