20 minutes drive from home, The Milk Shed is an old favourite. The big attraction is the all-day brunch. In our family weekend “breakfast” tends to be late, more brunch, and sometimes just lunch, so the all-day nature of the menu is important!
The Milk Shed Food
Food at the Milk Shed is always good, made of fresh ingredients, and, often, combinations which you would not have thought of but taste great!
The main menu changes occasionally, but is very small. It is always backed by the specials board, offering some very tasty treats.
My own choice is normally between the specials board, the Milwaukee Rye, topped with avocado and all sorts of tasty additions, or the Club Sandwich. Today, the sandwich won! i know their milkshakes are good, so a chocolate milkshake was a necessity with this meal.
My wife chose the Grilled Tenderstem from the specials board – an interesting combination of tenderstem broccoli, humus, with a touch of chilli oil and topped with fried eggs, with toast.
We enjoyed our meal – well up to the standard we are used to from the Milk Shed. You can check out the descriptions of the menu items on the Click and collect menu on their website.
Inside the Milk Shed the frniture is an eclectic mix of old, antique and modern second hand tables and chairs, giving it a rustic charm. Over lockdown, since our last visit, the inside area has been spaced out, and the outdoor eating area expanded.
A notable addition has been the Click and Collect option. Not sure about that one, as we haven’t tried it, but the online menu shows the same great food we are used to.
You cannot book for the Milk Shed, just arrive.
Being Saturday lunchtime we dd expect to wait for a table. The car park was full, and both indoor and outdoor seating areas were busy, but we were given a table straight away.
Worth A Visit
If you live in the area, or just passing by (it is only a few minures from junction 9 on the M40),and want a good brunch, the Milk Shed is worth a visit.
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