Two Little Pigs
Cousins Jonathan Ioannou and Terrence Farrugia combine their love of coffee and a passion for pork at Two Little Pigs.
This cafe-deli hybrid is as cosy as nonna’s kitchen; with hanging deli meats and an elegant simplicity throughout. The open space has an unmistakably cheery atmosphere.
Everything you would expect from a charcuterie is on the menu. There's breakfast and lunch fare that includes a wheat and grains section covering gourmet breads, along with a choice of a small or large charcuterie platter.
With options such as jamon and hollandaise, and pork belly waldorf, the high-end yet highly affordable options will leave meat-lovers spoilt for choice. It’s not a destination for vegetarians, but between the rhubarb waffles, bircher muesli and maybe a cheeky peanut butter and banana smoothie, there's enough to get through a meal.
A must-try on the menu is the hot jam doughcakes - a cross between doughnuts and pancakes filled with hot jam and served with homemade, caramelised bacon ice cream. It will leave your tastebuds pleasantly surprised.
Ioannou has put together an impressive coffee selection, including single-origin options, filtered and pour-over coffee, alongside its staple Two Little Pigs house blend.
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