We very rarely get the chance to venture this far down the coast, however this particular weekend brought us further south than usual for some serious house hunting. And of course, you always need to do this on a full stomach! Driving down the Nepean Highway towards the first house of the day, we stopped at the beautiful Two Farm Girls cafe, which was full when we arrived. We placed our names on the list and within 10 minutes were seated.
ATMOSPHERE & SERVICE
Coming from South Yarra/CBD area, there is always at least a 20 minute wait for a table, which sometimes can be a bit much when all you want is a cup of coffee and a bit of food. So when we arrived here and were told we had to wait, I was a bit hesitant on the wait as we can to get to the first home open. Fortunately we only had to wait about 10 minutes before being seated. The wait staff were extremely friendly and accommodating to our little one we had with us.
The atmosphere was welcoming, with lots of natural light coming through the large front windows and seating both inside and outside. The cafe is quite small, but I liked how they don’t cram everyone into the space, leaving room around you to enjoy your meal without feeling like your sitting on top of the person next to you.
Here you’ll find all your favourite brekky dishes, from eggs your way, to breakfast burgers to fluffy buttermilk pancakes. We had a quick look at the menu, after ordering our usual Piccolo & Strong Cappuccino to start our morning off on the right foot! The coffee was fantastic, and from a bit of research, have found this is one of the better places to get your caffeine fix south of the city.
Once we had settled in with our delicious coffee, our food was quick to arrive. I of course went with the ‘Bircher Muesli’ soaked in almond milk and served with berry compote, figs & fresh apple. It was a bit creamer than I am use to however it was very delicious.
MC did his usual as well and ordered the ‘Farmers Breakfast’, with poached eggs, smashed avo, home-made relish, mushrooms, pork & fennel sausage, thick cut bacon & smoky beans and house made potato hash. Although a simple dish, it was delicious. The eggs cooked to his liking, the bacon slightly crispy and the sausage well seasoned.
Overall a great breakfast south of the city! I was so glad we were able to find somewhere that had amazing food and friendly service without haven’t to wait a ridiculous amount of time before being seated.