Two Lost Boys
Two Lost Boys found this unlikely home in 2013, down a dead-end street overlooking Windsor Station.
It’s the first venture from young entrepreneurs Michael Almagor and Justin Kony, who spent several years fostering a friendly rivalry while finding their feet at various cafes around town.
The bright space is a clever configuration of reclaimed timber furnishings, with frosted light globe features, sprigs of native flora from the florist next door and a counter bookended by two halves of a salvaged door.
The all-important coffee (Monk Bodhi Dharma) boasts two rotating single origins alongside a house blend of Brazilian Pedro and Ethiopian Yirgacheffe, while milk comes courtesy of Schulz Organic Farms in Timboon.
The breakfast and lunch menus are brief but cover plenty of ground. Alongside the ubiquitous smashed avocado, there's French toast, granola and a breakfast burrito with chorizo and avocado. Lunch includes two burgers and two big, colourful salads.
Being so close to the station, the cafe also does a busy takeaway trade. To that end there's a cabinet filled with sandwiches and wraps. If you decide to stick around, you can enjoy a beer or a wine while you wait for your train.
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