The Toowoomba CBD welcomed a new arrival this week following the launch of Worldwide Hospitality Group‘s (WHG) new cafe, Milk & Honey Espresso Bar (M&H).

Helmed by award-winning Queensland chef and restauranteur, Tony Kelly (original Executive Chef of the iconic two-hatted Stokehouse Q) and WHG business partner Scott Hoskins, M&H offers breakfast and lunch options.

“Milk & Honey has the sort of menu you can rely on. Think all day breakfast – plain and simple,” WHG co-owner Kelly said.

“We’re all about good coffee and a wholesome and healthy breakfast. Our menu consists of all your classics sided with a cabinet full of fresh, rotating on-the-go options.

We know what it’s like to be time-poor so whether you eat in, or takeaway, you can know that you’ll get a delicious start to the day. Because of our location we want to cater to corporates, cyclists and community locals – everybody who values their time as much as they value a good coffee. We’re especially passionate about local cyclists, so much so that we’ve ensured the cafe has bike racks for a quick stop post-ride,” Kelly said.

Milk & Honey Espresso Bar sets up shop in the newly renovated site of the former Knights Commercial Laundry building at 6 Ann Street, Toowoomba. The site is shared with Newlands Group and anchor tenant Toowoomba and Sural Basin Enterprise.

Toowoomba locals will also have the ability to book the boardroom above M&H with the option of having their meeting fully catered by the cafe. The addition of M&H to Worldwide Hospitality Group brings another ‘people’s food’ project to Kelly’s portfolio.

“When we launched Hello Harry and Junk, it was an opportunity for Scott and I to have a bit of fun,” Kelly said.

“Now we’ve realised we’re onto a winning formula and we’re all about providing people with exceptional food at everyday prices. This was part of the reason we decided to offer catering at Milk & Honey – to get decent and wholesome food and bit of fun into the boardroom.”

 

 

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