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Milk n Honey Cafe

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by Happy Mom (subscribe)
I am a world traveller & a mom of two, (8 & 6). I love to meet people, and am fascinated that there are 7 billion stories out there to be explored. I think Melbourne is the most happening city to live in with all the fun activities around town.
Published May 6th 2013
A good place for breakfast or arvo tea
I fell in love with its name: Milk n Honey, a cute little cafe situated in Caulfield. Recently, while we were in the area, my husband and I had brunch there. The decor is simple and rustic and I loved it. There is sufficient seating for guests, with a few outdoor tables. The variety of food is limited, but their menu changes on a regular basis, so you are in for a surprise each time you visit. Having said that, there are sufficient items listed on the board to tantalise your tastebuds.



The service was great and the food we ordered came quickly. I had scrambled eggs with mushrooms and goat cheese with two slices of bread. My husband ordered shukshaka with absolutely delicious hummus and freshly baked pita bread. Both items were ravishing.

Scrambled eggs with mushrooms


Shukshaka with Hummus


Variety of sandwiches


They also have a regular Chilled Bar Menu along with the assortment of hot coffees, served in smaller glass jars. Although I am not much of a coffee drinker, I have read some rave reviews about their coffee.

The drinks menu


When we visited, it was rather busy. Some customers were taking a break from their office. I saw a small group of new mothers catching up with their friends over coffee and savouries. I saw another couple in their comfy clothes just reading books on their Kindles. There was a small group of elderly guests, chatting over desserts and coffee.

Warm and cosy Interior


If you are in the area, I would recommend a quick stop to check out their coffee and unique ambience. It's good quality food - an average of $15 per platter serving.



Leave a comment if you have already visited the cafe or plan to visit it soon. With a large variety of cafes in and around Melbourne, this one is well worth a visit.
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Why? Visit a Cafe in Caulfield
When: At your own convenience
Phone: 03 9043 5991
Where: 792 Glenhuntly Road, Caulfield South
Cost: Average platter $15-18
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