One Another isn’t a destination cafe. There’s no elaborately stacked French toast creations for your Instagram, no poke bowls, açaí, matcha or stuffed croissants either. There are no copper pipes or exposed-brick walls, and the menu doesn’t have a mission statement.
Instead it’s got fresh fruit juices, bacon and egg rolls, malted milkshakes, a poached-chicken sandwich and eggs on toast. And everything is under $20. In other words, this is a local cafe – although an extremely high quality one.
The bacon and egg roll is made with bacon from Tablelands Premier Meats from central-west NSW, and bread is from Providence or Nonie’s (for gluten free). Shane Roberts, the veg merchant who supplies to Mecca, Pizza Madre and Cornersmith, is supplying the cauliflower in the barley, currant and almond salad, and the pumpkin served with the orange and hummus salad.
The coffee is from Sample and just about everything else (the milkshake syrups, the cured bonito and the granola) is made by owners Mitchell Antman and Louis Spangaro-McAllan.
The warehouse-in-a-previous-life has been transformed into a bright, window-filled venue stacked with simple timber furniture (some of which the owners built with reclaimed timber) on one side, and a long open-air kitchen and bar on the other.
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