Forgot Your Lunch? Here’s an Option Jam Packed With Feel Good Feelings


This lunch tastes (and feels) pretty good.

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Not that inspired by the chicken sandwich waiting for you in your sad work fridge? Here’s a feel-good alternative: today, Two Good has answered our prayers by giving us Two Good Tuesday, an initiative where Sydneysiders will be able to order a fresh kimchi salad with chicken soba noodles from 11am to 2pm, via Deliveroo – perfect for the storm currently hovering over the city. For each salad bought, one will be donated to a domestic violence shelter in two states. This particular lunch is crafted by Attica’s Ben Shewry, whose passion for supporting the fight to eliminate violence against women is just as strong as his passion for food. “We wanted to get behind Two Good, as they are doing great work to help give a little light to those in need,” he explained of today’s cause. “Violence against women and domestic violence as a whole is inexcusable and we need to stand together for this cause.”

@atlanticgroup photography 3By ordering what’s sure to be a tasty delivery, not only will you get the satisfaction of a full belly, but each order provides a healthy meal for someone in need within your city. Food donations will go to Safe Futures, YWCA and St Mary’s House of Welcome.

Two Good has come along way since it started in 2015 as a barbeque between friends: co-founders Rob Caslick and Cahill Flaherty began cooking for Sydney’s needy in the heart of Kings Cross, and now, it’s an established kitchen that feeds people in need regularly with their “buy one, give one” meal concept, delivering food each week to domestic violence shelters and soup kitchens. Since opening its doors, Two Good has lent its chef hat to highly acclaimed food gurus like Neil Perry, Yotam Ottolenghi, Peter Gilmore, Mitch Orr and Kylie Kwong.

Our suggestion? Get ordering people.






Nicole Webb

Staff Writer Collective Hub

Nicole is a Sydney based writer, who’s previously written for Harper’s Bazaar and Elle Australia. She has mused about everything from the world of haute couture, the Sydney music scene and newly founded start-ups.


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