Sydney Food Diary: Two Chaps, Marrickville

So, walking up Chapel Street in Marrickville, this is a really non-descript street, some businesses which look like they’ve been around for a long time, a school, a boxy old office building. And then BAM. There’s a cafe, full, with a line outside of it, buzzing with hipster energy and caffeine. Welcome to Two Chaps, Marrickville on a Sunday morning.

We managed to get two seats at the counter, and while we can be somewhat suspicious of hipsters, the coffee was good, and then… the food was delicious. My vegetarian, almost vegan, friend ordered a dish with rice noodles and said it was good.

My little potato hashbrowns, in a bed of vegetables and beans, and fried bits of kale and onion as visually appealing, and really very tasty, a great combo of textures, and though meat-free, being fried and crispy tasted as decadent as a bacon and egg roll.

Two Chaps Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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