The Milk House Cafe on top of serving cafe food, it also serves a rarity – fresh milk, delivered daily from the origin of production. It is located in a long, narrow stretch of space between two buildings, maximizing the space which is barely 2 meters wide.
The first stretch of cafe is al fresco and semi-shaded,
The next stretch is the cavernous main dining place,
followed by the preparation counter,
and the wider space at the rear with artificial grass.
The Milk House Cafe’s menu has a section called “Milky Way”, where anything milk is there – milk of the day, fresh goat’s milk (from farm in Kelian), fresh cow’s milk (from farm in Sungai Siput), Anlene milk, soy milk, almond milk and milk chocolate. I took fresh cow’s milk (RM 5) and well, it tastes like … milk ! Maybe a milk connoisseur might be able to appreciate it more.
Other drinks on the menu include tea, soda and coffee.
The cafe interestingly has two menus – halal and non halal. Strange eh ? The halal lunch menu served from 11 am onward is prepared by the Ritz Hotel just behind the cafe, serving a mix of local food and Western food. The non-halal menu served from 3 pm – 11 pm is prepared by Euro House next door, serving a mix of local and western food as well.
Since I was there at 2 pm, the halal menu was available, so I took the salmon spaghetti (RM 21), indicated with a chef’s hat.
The pan-fried salmon was lightly charred, scrumptiously inviting and still piping hot when I cut it open; though the cabonara-styled spaghetti was just average.
More Info : Halal & Non Halal Menu available
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Address : 53A – 55A Jalan hussein (next to Euro House), 30250 Ipoh, Perak.
Opening Hours : Daily 10 am – 12 am