I was reading an article which was delivered to my mail, they must know me well, and was amazed at what is now available in Geelong.
A cheese bar, set out similar to a sushi train. Who would have thought!
I could just see myself there, agonising over what plate to choose or should I say plates.
“Find Australia’s only fully licensed cheese train in the heart of Geelong West at Splatters Cheese Bar on Pakington Street. Just like a sushi train only cheesier, jump on board and go for a ride with more than 20 different tasting plates on offer each day, as well as local wine, cocktails and beer. Enjoy as many plates as you like on limitless Thursdays, or visit during the weekend and listen to live music in the alfresco Garden of Edam.
Just like a sushi train, only cheesier.
From an ever-changing menu, chow down on plates like mac ‘n cheese – a blend of Gruyère, Red Leicester and blue cheese, topped with cheddar and mozzarella; perhaps order a delicious grazing table for your next event, or hire the food truck with packages to suit all occasion.”
You really need to go to the website to peruse their menu as there are so many different options to choose.
I love cheese and I will certainly be visiting Splatters Cheese if I get to Geelong one day.
That is just one page of their menu and as I said their range is terrific.
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What a great place!!! I just love cheese. One of my doctors told me “no more cheese” at one point, and my reaction was… what am I supposed to live on? Obviously, I am still eating cheese. 🙂
I can understand that totally. Do you have a favourite cheese? My favourite is Shadows of Blue which is a really soft blue cheese.
Oh… you can never go wrong with a blue cheese. I have been snarfing down an Irish white cheddar (Dubliner) that I just love, love, love in a grilled sourdough bread sandwich. Then I discovered that fresh mozzarella with pesto and sun-dried tomatoes makes a really good grilled sandwich too on a sturdy bread like ciabatta. Sigh. So much cheese to love…
Really, I am a compliant patient on almost all the things I am told to do. No alcohol, no salt, no fresh veggies (unless in a smoothie), no caffeine… but I draw the line at cheese.
Being deprived of all those other goodies I can see why you kept with cheese.
Hope they have ewe’s milk cheese. Brown soda bread made with ouat milk, soft ewe’s milk cheese, dash of cranberry and you have a little bit of heaven.
I don’t think i have had oat milk in cheese but I don’t always know the ingredients used in the cheeses I buy.
Or do you mean the bread is made with those ingredients?