Milo Lounge

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88-90 Lark Lane, Liverpool, L17 8UU


0151 727 2285

9am – 11.00pm

Milo Lounge is an informal, neighbourhood food led cafe/bar open all-day everyday where families, friends, and locals can come for a coffee, a drink, or something to eat in a relaxed comfortable environment. Milo Lounge will cater for all tastes throughout the day. Whether you’re looking for the best coffee in town, a business lunch with colleagues or a lazy all-day brunch, Milo Lounge is the perfect place to relax and unwind. The menu features everything from authentic tapas, spicy peri-peri chicken breast burger to wild boar and apple sausage and mash, or there’s the ever changing specials board.

Milo Lounge is a cafe and bar part of a national chain “The Lounges”. It has an international menu with options for veggies and kids and free wifi.

Loungers has transformed the unit into a cosy, retro home from home, in the eclectic style fans have come to love from the Group. Lark Lane was chosen as a key location due to its diverse demographic and densely populated residential neighbourhood.

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4 Reviews

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  1. Ate in Milo Lounge lunchtime on a Friday couldn’t fault it. From the funky decor to the friendly staff it was a good choice food was really nice we had a choice of tapas and the lounge eggs with chorizo and a few rounds of drinks. Reasonably priced and just somewhere a bit different. Will definitely return to try the breakfast and noticed they do Tapas Tuesdays 3 tapas and glass of vino for

    November 23, 2013 at 11:30 pm
  2. After becoming increasingly disillusioned with the pubs and bars along Lark Lane it was with baited breath that I visited Milo Lounge but what a pleasant surprise it was. The drinks are a little more expensive than most places down there but I would rather pay the extra to sit in comfortable surroundings without unnecessarily loud music (Bier take note) and a group of scallies acting up in the corner. We have eaten tapas there 3 times now and each time it has been delicious. The staff are very friendly (The Lodge you take note too) and it is just a really nice place to be. For too long the pubs along the lane have been complacent and relied on the fact that they are on Lark Lane to get customers but now there is a new front runner and I can’t see myself visiting many other places down there from now on.

    November 5, 2013 at 8:17 pm
  3. Shocking food. Lark lane deserves better. I was really looking forward to trying the Gluten Free menu at Breakfast and was presented with 2 very sorry looking (and cold) poached eggs accompanied by a micro sized portion of suspiciously un-fresh smoked salmon which looked ridiculous on an otherwise empty plate. GF bread option? No. Any sides? No. Hungry? Hope not. It cost me

    November 3, 2013 at 5:48 pm
  4. They’ve done a wonderful renovation job and the place does look well but its just a pity the food was so poor. Burgers are usually idiot proof but they struggled to make mine even average. My wife had very little of her curry as it was terrible. Seems a shame that such a nice place is let down by poor microwave or fried/grilled food (don’t think it specialises in fresh veg like many other restaurants these days!).
    Go for a coffee or beer and choose a better place for food.

    October 1, 2013 at 4:30 pm

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