Fusing dreamy vintage-boho interiors with mouth-watering raw and plant based food, is Alexandria's newest eatery, Clean Treats Factory. 

The cafe is the latest project from Charlie de Haas, fitness model and health coach turned clean-eating entrepreneur. De Haas started Clean Treats in her kitchen in 2014, making gluten-, dairy- and refined sugar-free balls, and turning over about $200 a week. In 2017, the company made $4.5 million and expects revenue to double in the next year. 

Say hello to Sydney's new 'culinary day spa'

The menu is short and entirely plant-based. There are three brightly coloured superfood bowls - Power, Wellness and Nourish - filled with things such as quinoa, kale, zucchini noodles, radish, beetroot and avocado. The sweet potato fries are soft and flavoursome, served with a coconut herb dip that tastes convincingly like sour cream.

Also on the menu are organic favourites like zucchini linguine, pink pitaya smoothie bowls and choc peanut butter protein pancakes just to name a few favourites. 'Charliesballs' and Charlie's new luxe range of raw guilt free treats are all also available in store.

The cafe's monochrome and minimalist fit out has been designed to complement the colour-saturated menu and act as a ‘culinary day spa' for the senses. Featuring Love Warriors art, candles, splashes of green and pink blooms, the cafe will trade from 7:30-3:30 Monday to Saturday.

Say hello to Sydney's new 'culinary day spa'