Come morning, Junior Morse oils the pulleys and opens its window for takeaway.
Sitting reliably beneath the Victoria Park railway station in Abbotsford, the robust corner provides remedies for ailments such as hunger and thirst, seven days a week.
The focus is on specialty coffee and making merry for those on their way. Junior serves coffee only in its truest form — black or white and without the frills. The method centres on the refined details, dosing and weighing to taste. To ensure the perfect cup, coffee is served between 7am and 3pm.
Junior’s menu is short and decisive, inspired by the ultimate takeaway experiences. Breakfast and lunch are made to order and menu items rotate fortnightly, seasonally and on the whim. So far, there has been the hangover-cure Vietnamese pork roll, the experimental jaffle turned great idea, slow cooked meats, salad heroes and freshly squeezed, Vic Market juices bottled to health.