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Catch the Big Cheese Celebration Menu at Milestones Restaurants – Only Until November 19

Milestones Grill + Bar has some exciting news to share! Their exceptionally talented Executive Chef, Jeff Dell, revamped their entire menu last year bringing them back to their roots with food that is unexpected with tasty twists to classics. This year, Chef Dell has turned his focus to creating four special menu celebrations.

Following the successes of their Superfoods, Cantina & Canadiana Menu Events that were released earlier on in the year, Milestones restaurants is launching their next special menu celebration called: The Big Cheese Event which will be featuring 5 unique dishes inspired by numerous types of cheese from all over the world. These dishes are all made in house and will be available at every location across the nation until November 19th.

Surrey604 dropped by the Guildford Milestones for the Big Cheese menu launch celebrations which featured tastings and complimentary wine pairings for each dish from Arterra Wines Canada.

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It was also announced at this event that through its recent efforts to engage more with the local community, Milestones has helped 25 non-profits raise $151,000 in the last six years!
 

Guildford Milestones servers Kajal Bhawan and Destiny Meehan offer up Big Cheese dishes.

Guildford Milestones servers Kajal Bhawan and Destiny Meehan offer up Big Cheese dishes.


 

The Big Cheese feature dishes:

Five Cheese Bombs


Colby Jack, Jalapeno Monterey Jack, Smoked Havarti, Asiago and Goats Cheese join cheese forces for the perfect fried cheese bomb. Served with a tomato sausage ragu dipping sauce for the perfect finish.

Black n’ Blue Steak


An 8 oz Bavette steak topped with Blue cheese butter and devil’s cut bourbon pepper. Served with seasonal vegetables and Beemster and champagne mac n’ cheese.

Beer & Cheddar Soup


Made with Beemster 130 month aged cheddar cheese and Mill St Organic beer, this soup is topped with Gouda and bacon grilled cheese croutons for comfort food at its finest.

Prosciutto Chicken Cordon Bleu


Smoked prosciutto, Provolone cheese and Serrano mustard cream top a delicious Crispy panko and Asiago fried chicken breast. Served with seasonal vegetables and creamy Beemster and champagne mac n’ cheese.

For Dessert: Warm Apple Cheddar Fritters


Ginger infused cheddar and apple fritters are topped with salted rum caramel, French vanilla ice cream, spiced pecans and icing sugar.

The Big Cheese Menu Event is another example of Milestones delivering new, exciting flavours that keep guests coming back again and again.  “Cheese is such an awesome item to build a menu around,” described Milestones Executive Chef Jeff Dell, “with so many different cheeses to choose from to develop so many unique, interesting flavours, it was a lot of fun to create and it will be even more fun for our guests to come to Milestones to experience for themselves.”

About The Author

Daman Beatty

The creator of Surrey604.com, Daman Beatty (AKA ‘Beatler‘) is originally from Sackville, New Brunswick. A longtime blogger, visual designer, marketing and communications specialist, Daman loves travel, tech and photography. He has taught online marketing at BCIT, and Brighton College and is also the Marketing Manager for Microsoft Education Partner, CCI Learning.

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