Monthly Menu - Milk Haus
Milk Haus—situated in the old Cheese Factory at Woodstock, is a wholefoods cafe that aims to deliver fresh, honest, simple fare, free of toxins, preservatives and anything artificial. Good food that makes you feels energised and alive.
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Monthly Menu

JUNE and JULY 2017

Our ‘take home shelf’ is bursting with delicious house made and home grown products along with locally sourced goodies. Yum.

MILKHAUS COOKING SCHOOL AUTUMN/WINTER: various dates and food themes.

Please call for more information.

  • Sourdough or spelt toast or GF goddess toast

    with butter and banana jam / honey / vegemite

  • Creamy buckwheat and black rice porridge with maple roasted pumpkin, apple, toasted seeds and coconut milk

  • Toasted brioche with herbed ricotta, sherried mushrooms and dressed leaves

  • Kale, silverbeet and feta frittata with toasted sourdough and fresh horseradish and apple salad

  • Gruyere and smoked bacon toastie with dressed green leaves

  • Poached eggs with toasted sourdough and butter

  • Choose side from below:

  • Preservative free bacon

  • Roasted garlic mushrooms

  • Soup of the day with toasted sourdough/spelt/ GF goddess bread

  • Kale chickpea chana dhal with coconut and garlic brown rice, pear chutney and dressed leaves

  • Thai chicken stew with garlic, ginger, lemongrass, chilli and coriander and garlic brown rice

  • Chermoula marinated local fish with preserved lemon and coriander with creamy potaot mash, purple beans and dressed leaves

  • Tumeric felafel with hazelnut tabouli, tahini yoghurt, pomegranate molasses, flatbread and dressed leaves

  • We are B.Y.O so bring something along to enjoy with your lunch



Milk Haus is lucky to have local growers who supply us with a variety of different fruits and vegetables. It means that our menu changes monthly to accommodate what is grown locally and seasonally. It is also an excellent way to keep our customers guessing, as they never know what they will get to choose to eat for breakfast or lunch.


We start with growing the basics here at the farm and utilising the produce of like minded local farmers, fishermen, artisans and home gardeners. We source delicious honey, cordial and apple juice among other staple goods from locals who share the same passion for food as we do.

Below are some of our regular suppliers, though we have other products for sale from time to time.