Two Good delivers meals, designed by top chefs, on a buy-one, give-one basis. For every meal you buy, Two Good sends another to a soup kitchen or domestic-violence shelter in Sydney.
O Tama Carey (ex-Berta) has designed her own winter menu to tackle the "filthy cold weather”, featuring soups and sides. Next week's menu includes slow-roast lamb with barley and green sauce served in a Bread and Butter Project roll for $14. And a leek, potato and sage soup served with a roll for $13.
"One of the most debilitating things about domestic violence is that it strips someone of their self-worth," says Two Good co-owner Rob Caslick. The former engineer has little knowledge of or experience in the hospitality industry. He says having Carey's knowledge of running a successful restaurant business will be a big bonus for Two Good.
"Having an experienced professional chef like Tama join our team in the kitchen to serve creative, delicious meals is another demonstration of doing the absolute best we can to show love and care through food," he says.
The rotating menu of hearty winter dishes will be available to order every Tuesday and Wednesday for the next six weeks. If you live in the inner-west you can use Deliveroo and order on the day, otherwise you can order online a week prior to receiving your meal.