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New York: breakfast and eggs at Two Hands Café

Anastasia Hassiotis | April 15, 2017
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Australian cafés have been added to our top restaurant list in NY for a couple of years now, but surely they keep on surprising us with their style, environment and food taste. One of our favorite has become Two Hands Café located on Mott St. 

Small, bright and wood based, this café will take you on a journey to healthy and delicious food offering great brewed coffee and simple fresh-ingredient based dishes. Besides don’t forget they say breakfast is the most important meal of the day…you’d want to start the right way! 

No matter whether you’re planning to spend your day strolling around the streets of Nolita and Soho or to have a quick bite before you head to your office, this place has the right service, food and coffee to satisfy all customers. 

Now, let’s focus on the important stuff….what to order?! If you consider yourself an Acai Bowl fan then you should definitely go for that. However, if you’re more like me, an egg addict, try out the Avo Toast and add their amazing creamy scrambled eggs on top (YUM, YUM, YUM!) or their Bacon & Egg Sambo with avocado. You can always make your eggs any style, and in that case make sure you add some chorizo in your order. 

Lastly, don’t forget to ask them about their croissants, and particularly for their chocolate or almond croissant. 

P.S. If you’re planning on visiting over the weekend, be prepared to wait in line during Brunch hours 11-2 as the place gets very crowded and the cafe is relatively small. 

 

Cover photo by Josephine Rozman. www.josephinerozman.com

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