Phat Milk is one of Melbourne’s best kept brunch secrets. It’s located in the tiny suburb of Travancore (next to Moonee Ponds), and is one of my absolute go-to’s. They’re also very generous with the haloumi, which is a sure fire way to rate highly in my good books.
The cafe has a Middle Eastern flavour to it, with hummus and zaatar making regular appearances on the menu. They’re also known for their decadent sweet dishes so will be sure to satisfy both savoury and sweet fans.
the breakfast board with a raspberry chia pudding with buckwheat granola, beetroot hummus, avo falafel fritter, smashed avocado, feta, a poached egg, mini croissant and an OJ
the raspberry panna cotta with mango gel, buckwheat granola, coyo, berries, passionfruit and banana chips
the fritter stack with ribboned white cabbage, carrot and kale fritters, a poached egg, avocado sumac, haloumi and pomegranate molasses
the peanut butter and jelly pancakes with peanut butter sauce, honeycomb, meringue, berries, Butterbing cookie crumb, vanilla ice cream and raspberry sauce
the breakfast pantry with a poached egg, quinoa, roast cherry tomatoes, smashed avo, haloumi, and beetroot hummus on zaatar bread
the mixed berry smoothie with medjool dates and coconut milk
the avocado smoothie with banana, spinach, and almond milk