Sunday, May 24, 2020

Weekend One Hundred and Thirty: Brunch with the Morning People

We left our secret location for a seemingly normal dog walk. Bearded Muppet Dog lead us across the park in his normal fashion and followed his nose into Cook Street Village. Before we realized, he was moving us towards a gated courtyard. A brightly coloured food truck with chalkboard menus and cheerful umbrella was in the alcove waiting to serve up breakfast. 

They are called the Morning People. They have local, ethically sourced food and it smelled delicious. I decided upon the "I just had the best dream" Sandwich with added bacon and a $1 coffee ($1 when ordered with a sandwich), while Dave chose the Smashed Hash with added sausage. Initially, we weren't sure we were cool enough to eat here, but the friendly staff made us feel totally welcome. They take all forms of payment (cash, debit, visa), so don't worry about having the correct kind of money. 

We picked a little table and took in the sights of Cook Street while we waited, which wasn't long. Our food arrived quickly and disappeared quickly too. My sandwich was the best dream. It had enough sauce to be tasty, but not too much to ruin the structural integrity of the sandwich or make the greens slimy. The egg was cooked perfectly too. The coffee is from Cafe Fantastico and is an added bonus. Dave's Smashed Hash was covered nicely in the delish garlic aioli and he truly enjoyed the added sausage. The peppers, onions, and mushrooms were super tasty and his potatoes disappeared so quickly, he isn't sure where they all went.

The Morning People tell us that they will be in the courtyard at 325 Cook Street for a while, Wednesday to Sunday from 8am to 3pm. Check them out and get some breakfast! They make awesome food at good prices and supporting local shops is the bomb!

The Morning People - Food Truck, now at 325 Cook Street Courtyard. 
Street Food App for their location.

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