Review – The Melbourne Review

We had a little mention in an article on our friends and neighbours, Golden Fields!

“The roar that went up about the unmissable lobster buns, and the claims that Fitzroy Street was hitting its straps again were hard to ignore. (With the recent addition of Milk the Cow – a licensed Fromagerie we shall discuss another time – Fitzroy Street certainly is on the comeback).

Fitzroy Street has a long way to go – but with the well-established Fitzrovia backing up drawcards like Golden Fields and Milk the Cow – we just might see more and more hungry people crossing the river, and sooner than we think.”

http://www.melbournereview.com.au/food-wine-coffee/article/golden-fields

Event – Belgium Beer Cafe ‘A Very Cheesy Beer Tasting’

This month, we’ve teamed up with Melbourne’s very own Belgium Beer Cafe, to bring the best of beer and cheese together. Join certified beer nerd Murray Robinson and Laura Lown Milk the Cow’s Cheesemonger for a five course Beer Degustation. Your taste buds will be well and truly tickled as we cram you udderly full of some of the world’s best cheeses expertly matched to equally delicious craft beer

Thanks to Murray from the Belgium Beer Café (He knows his beers!) and ofcourse Laura from Milk the Cow (She knows her cheese!) for creating these stunning beer and cheese matches.

Missed out? Never Fear! Here at Milk The Cow we serve Cheese & Beer Flights ($16) all year round.

Review – 3AW 693 News Talk, Ela Carte

Who heard the famous Ela Carte review us this morning??

“The wines are poured in 20ml offerings, there are four of them and four cheeses to match – starting with a lovely Italian Prosecco and hard Spanish Manchego. Rose is paired with a soft but stinky French cheese, the Pinot Gris with a harder goats cheese also from France. To finish it was a local Muscat with a great, rich Dutch Boerenkaas – which I’ve heard described as the Gouda the Dutch eat (the stuff they save for themselves!).

The best thing is it doesn’t have to stop there. This is the perfect spot to while away an afternoon, we headed straight back inside to mull over the huge cabinets and have a go at a few more offerings – with plenty of good advice from the staff on hand. They helped us select another four cheeses to try, this time in more generous proportions, and we had some fun finding some accompaniments like a fig and walnut rolada, and gorgeous glazed pears.”

http://www.3aw.com.au/blogs/3aw-breakfast-blog/ela-cartes-review-of-milk-the-cow/20130301-2fa5l.html