Australia has just opened its first fully licensed cheese train restaurant 'Splatters cheese bar' in Geelong, southwest from Melbourne.
The restaurant serves cheese plates from AUD $5-14 on 20m conveyor belt.
To create the 'ultimate grazing experience' , there is an assortment of Victorian wines and beers.
There is a minimum of fifteen artisan Australian cheeses and on special occasions the restaurant features more international selections.
There are different charcuterie boards and the cheese train will have more than just varieties of cheese on the train.
"We do an accompaniment with each cheese, we also do local charcuterie from Salt Kitchen, and local sourdough breads with infused butters, stuffed olives, bits and pieces, all on the train as well" Jo told Delicious.
Jo Bangles, the founder and owner, explained that the idea was inspired by sushi trains, telling Delicious “Basically, it’s a sushi train concept but with cheese”. She also said that this would provide the opportunity to educate locals about their local cheeses.
Cheese lovers, if you're planning to visit Australia any time soon, don't forget to put this on the list.