Phat Milk

Monday, October 17, 2016 Sharon Halim 0 Comments

Phat Milk is in a suburb between Flemington and Moonee Ponds called Travancore and very closed by to the Flemington Primary School. The young owner's has a rich Lebanese heritage and he's inspired by his grandmother's work serving various Middle Eastern influence menu with the help of hid grandmother handwritten notes. His mother also shown her support but due to her health prevents her from helping out in the kitchen. They produce some of their produce from their own garden and the rest from Melbourne's local suppliers.
I had a girls day out and we start it out with an intimate brunch. The frontage of the cafe is deceptively small but the back room was spacey and the undercover courtyard is perfect for kids to play. The wall is decorated with wall art and painting. As usual we start with a cup of decent coffee.

Falafel Scotch Egg - super salad ancient grains, super seeds and herbs ($17). The salad comes in a generous size and we could not finish it. It was fresh and super healthy, the scotch egg was nicely cooked.

Baked Eggs - sajuk, chickpeas and roasted capsicum in a Zaatar relish topped with labne served with toasted pita ($18). The pita was nice and warm but the baked eggs was a little bit over cooked even though it was nicely seasoned.

Turkish Waffles - smokey pistachio, coconut yoghurt, turkish, delight boozah and fresh berries ($18). The coconut yoghurt was sticky, dense and a little bit heavy for my taste and I would love the waffles to be a little bit fluffy and crispy on the outside.

Phat Milk is a warm place owned and loved by family. Overall, the middle eastern flavour clearly shown sometimes a bit too dominant for my taste but it's a bit hard to get the attention of the staff when we are seated at the back cause they only have one staff on the day. 

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Phat Milk
208 Mt ALexander Rd
Travancore, VIC 3032
Monday-Friday: 7am-4pm
Saturday-Sunday: 8am-4pm