Cafe Two Fives
331 Gardeners Rd
Rosebery, Sydney

This small cafe tucked away on a side street in Rosebery is attracting a lot of attention for it's fresh vibrant menu.

Owner Riccardo Riegler has created a relaxed rustic decor, high ceilings and well spaced seats and tables that allow you to sit back and enjoy everything!

We started with a couple of coffee's! After all it was breakfast (or brunch in our case).

We didn't have to wait long and two lovely cups arrived.

It was good coffee - very good. We noticed that plenty of people were arriving there just for the coffee - which is always a good sign.

The Jammin Eggs appealed to me straight away. Soft boiled egg, leg ham, sage butter mushrooms, goats cheese and home made chilli jam on Turkish.

Wow. The colours were amazing and this deconstructed breakfast looked and tasted fantastic.

They certainly didn't skimp on anything either - it was a big serving which I eagerly devoured.

Mlady chose the Omelette Two Fives which consisted of wilted garlic spinach, chorizo, smoked mozzarella, cherry tomato served with Turkish soldiers.

The omelette came in its own separate pan and again it was a sea of colour and a great combination of flavours.

Mlady loved it!

Cafe Two Fives also has a range of freshly squeezed juice combinations.

Mlady had Detox - carrot, apple, beetroot, ginger and celery - and said "oh that's good". It was too!

I had Refresh - pineapple, orange and mint - and it was also great!

Freshly squeezed juice in the morning works so well!

Cafe Two Fives has a very diverse menu with really interesting combinations. The breakfast and lunch menus both looked great and we thoroughly enjoyed it! We'd definitely go back to try a few more things on the menu. 

Sir and Mlady dined as guests of Cafe Two Fives and its owner Riccardo Riegler. Thanks also to Torrin for looking after us on our visit.

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