Milkcow Cafe has been making waves on social media with their IG worthy desserts. After a filling lunch at Sura, Q and I decided to drop by and check this cute cafe out.
When we first arrived the entire cafe was full, but by the time we left about an hour later the cafe was empty.
What we ate: Milky Honey – natural liquid honey ($5.25)
This is one of their most basic offerings. The organic milk soft serve is highlighted by a sweet honey drizzle. This was nothing special, but I appreciated that the milk taste was the hero of this dessert.
What I ate: Tiramisu ($6.50)
This looks small at first glance, but it is quite rich in taste, so in the end I was quite full. There is a very strong espresso taste which I liked a lot! It’s a simple dessert elevated with good ingredients.
Would I come back? If I was in the area and craving ice cream yes. But I probably wouldn’t drive out here especially to eat this. I find that Soft Peaks is a comparable (if not a better) dessert place.