Milo Lounge

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 vegans, vegetarians, gluten free, and provides 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.

Mon-Fri until 12pm
Lounge or Vegetarian Breakfast with a nice cup of tea or filter coffee 6.95

Mon-Fri 12pm until 5pm
A mug of soup and half a panini 4.75

Buy any burger, main or special and get a glass (175ml) of house wine for free!

3 tapas dishes and a glass (175ml) of house wine 9.95

served all day
Lounge Breakfast 7.25
Back bacon, sausage pattie, hash browns, baked beans, slow-roasted tomato, sautéed mushrooms, fried egg and toast
Vegetarian Breakfast 6.95
Courgette & sweetcorn fritter, hash browns, baked beans, slow-roasted tomato, sautéed mushrooms, spinach, wood-roasted pepper, fried egg and toast
Breakfast Muffin 4.95
Sausage pattie, back bacon and a fried egg on a toasted sourdough muffin
Triple-Stacked Buttermilk Pancakes 6.25
with banana, strawberries, peach sauce and Greek yoghurt or streaky bacon and maple syrup
Avocado Brunch 6.95
with lime, chilli, coriander and tomato topped with a poached egg, served on toasted ciabatta
Lounge Eggs 5.95
Two poached eggs served with hollandaise sauce on a toasted sourdough muffin and your choice of back bacon or sautéed mushrooms or spinach or smoked salmon (add 1.00)
Smoked Haddock & Potato Cake 7.25
with streaky bacon, a poached egg and chive hollandaise sauce
Courgette & Sweetcorn Fritters 6.95
with herb-marinated feta, chilli jam, tomato tapenade and wild rocket
Chorizo Hash 6.25
Chorizo, fried potatoes and mushrooms in a spiced tomato sauce topped with a fried egg
Granola 4.25
with summer fruit compôte, banana and Greek yoghurt
Bacon Butty 3.75
Your choice of smoked streaky or back bacon on white or brown bread (add fried egg 60p or sausage pattie 1.25)
Toast 1.95
Two slices of white or brown with butter and your choice of jam, marmalade or Marmite
Fried or Poached Egg 60p • Black Pudding 75p
Back or Streaky Bacon 1.00 • Sausage Pattie 1.25
Hash Browns 80p • Spinach 80p • Avocado 1.50
Sautéed Mushrooms 1.25 • Courgette & Sweetcorn
Fritter 1.50 • Slice of Toast 80p • Maple Syrup 1.00

(add fries 1.50)
Lounge Flatbread (n) 8.25/8.95*
Warm flatbread with pickled red cabbage, tomatoes, cucumber,
Roquito peppers, crushed smoked almonds, pomegranate, hummus, spiced tahini yoghurt, and your choice of falafels or Moroccan-spiced chicken* (with both 9.95)
Grilled Halloumi Wrap 6.95
with lemon & coriander hummus, carrot tapenade and pomegranate, served with house slaw
Twisted Chicken Club Ciabatta 6.95
Buttermilk fried chicken, streaky bacon, emmental, guacamole,
chipotle mayo, tomato and spinach, served with house slaw
Fish Finger Sandwich 7.25
with iceberg lettuce and tartare sauce on white or brown bread,
served with house slaw
Tomato and Mozzarella Panini 5.50
with plum tomato, fresh basil and tomato tapenade, served
with house slaw
Pulled Pork Panini 5.95
8hr slow-cooked pulled pork, cola-barbecue sauce, roasted red
onion, Roquito peppers and mature cheddar, served with house slaw

Soup of the Day
Please ask for today’s options with warm ciabatta and butter 4.50

Miso Salad 9.75
Edamame beans, black quinoa, cucumber, sugar snap peas, spring onion, wild rocket, coriander, Thai basil and ginger miso dressing with your choice of king prawns or teriyaki chicken
Grilled Halloumi & Falafel Salad 8.95
with butternut squash, wood-roasted peppers, black quinoa,
mixed leaves and balsamic & honey dressing
Big Lounge Salad 7.95
Avocado, spinach, wild rocket, cherry tomatoes, sugar snap peas
and tenderstem broccoli with parmesan and croutons, tossed in your choice of dressing: Caesar or French vinaigrette or balsamic & honey
Even better with…
Streaky Bacon 1.50 • Goat’s Cheese 2.50 • Halloumi 2.50 • Feta 2.50 Moroccan-Spiced Chicken 2.50 • Chorizo 2.50 • Blue Cheese 2.50 Falafel 1.50 • Avocado 1.50 • King Prawns 3.00

Hot Smoked Salmon Fishcake 8.75
coated in panko breadcrumbs, served with a poached egg, chive & wild rocket salad and fries
Tin Pan Louie’s Beef Chilli 8.95
Slow-cooked American-style chunky beef chilli served with
basmati rice, sour cream and mature cheddar (add jalapeños 80p)
Goan Vegetable Curry 8.95
Butternut squash, peppers, aubergine, red onions and sugar
snap peas in a Goan curry sauce, served with basmati rice and flatbread (add chicken 2.50)
Buttermilk Fried Chicken 9.95
Lightly spiced panko-crumbed chicken breast, served with
chipotle mayo, house slaw and fries
Mac and Cheese 8.95
Macaroni, roasted butternut squash and tenderstem broccoli, baked in a cheese sauce, served with garlic bread (add streaky bacon 1.50)
Steak Frites 14.95
8oz 28 day-aged Black Angus sirloin steak with garlic butter,
wild rocket & parmesan salad and fries

(upgrade to sweet potato fries 1.00)
Lounge Burger 8.95
6oz hamburger, iceberg lettuce, tomato, red onion, gherkin and
burger sauce in a brioche bun, with house slaw and fries
Hero Hamburger 9.95
6oz hamburger, chorizo, mature cheddar, fried red onion, chimichurri, chipotle mayo and marinated chilli in a brioche bun, with house slaw and fries (truly heroic with an extra 6oz hamburger 2.50)
Harissa-Spiced Chicken 9.50
Chicken breast with red pepper mayo, pimento soft cheese and
iceberg lettuce in a brioche bun, with house slaw and fries
The Rib Tickler 9.95
8hr slow-cooked pulled pork, barbecue sauce, mature cheddar,
sour cream and pickled red cabbage in a brioche bun,
with house slaw and fries (add a 6oz hamburger for 2.50)
Lamb Burger 10.50
with harissa hummus, roasted aubergine, pomegranate and tzatziki in a brioche bun, with house slaw and fries
Thai-Spiced Quinoa Burger 8.95
with edamame beans, pak choi, wood-roasted peppers and
coconut sauce in a brioche bun, with house slaw and fries
Burger Toppings…
Streaky Bacon 1.00 • Cheddar 80p • Fried Egg 60p • Hummus 80p • Feta 2.50 • Hash Browns 80p • Sautéed Mushrooms 1.25 • Guacamole 80p • Jalapeños 80p • Courgette & Sweetcorn Fritter 1.50 • Blue Cheese 1.00 • Chorizo 1.00 • Barbecue Pulled Pork 1.95 • Avocado 1.50

served with ciabatta 3.75 each or 3 for 9.95
• Patatas bravas with roasted garlic mayo
• Hummus with extra virgin olive oil and smoked paprika
• Halloumi, courgettes & peppers pan-fried in rose harissa
• Chicken teriyaki skewers with sesame dressing
• Spinach & goat’s cheese croquettes with tomato tapenade
• Beef and pork meatballs in a rich tomato & red wine sauce
• Chorizo with garlic, red onion and red wine
• Falafels with harissa hummus
• Honey-glazed shredded five-spice pork
• Roasted sweet potato and butternut squash with goat’s cheese and chipotle chilli jam
• Salt and pepper squid with lemon mayo
• Smoked paprika pulled chicken and chorizo with fried potatoes

Ciabatta 1.25
(with olive oil and balsamic add 50p)
Fries 2.25
(with cheese add 55p)
Sweet Potato Fries 3.50
House Slaw 2.50
Garlic Bread 2.25
(with cheese add 55p)
Onion Rings 2.50
Little Lounge Salad 2.95

Lemon Posset 5.95
with fresh raspberries and shortbread
Sticky Toffee Pudding 4.95
with vanilla ice cream and butterscotch sauce
Eton Mess Cheesecake 5.95
with raspberry coulis
Warm Chocolate Brownie (n) 4.95
with vanilla ice cream and chocolate sauce


Coffees, teas, milkshakes, fresh lemonades, beers, crafts, ciders, drafts, ales, wine, sparking wine, champagne, cocktails and spirits.


Raspberry/Blackberry Fizz ……………………………. 6.50
Cartron Raspberry or Blackberry liqueur with raspberries
or blackberries, topped with prosecco. Just darling
Honey & Orange Cosmopolitan …………………….. 6.75
Our twist on a classic. We’ve shaken Cazcabel honey liqueur
with Cointreau and lashings of marmalade, finished with
cranberry juice
Lychee and Mandarin G&T…………………………….. 6.75
A delightfully fruity and floral take on the humble gin & tonic.
Lychee and mandarin liqueurs are balanced with Gordon’s gin
then finished with tonic and orange zest
Pimm’s Cup …………………………………6.95/20.25 pitcher
Classic mix of Pimm’s and lemonade served with mint,
strawberries, orange and cucumber. Anyone for tennis?
Mojito/Raspberry Mojito ………………………….7.25/7.50
One of the most refreshing cocktails in the world & a definite
classic as fresh limes, mint & crushed ice are lengthened
with Ron Barceló rum – served with fresh raspberries
& Cartron raspberry liqueur
Cherry Bakewell …………………………. 7.95/22.95 pitcher
Take one Frobishers cherry juice & amaretto almond liqueur,
gently mix with Ron Barceló Gran Añejo rum, add a drop of
caramel syrup to sweeten, bake (or rather shake) & garnish with
a cherry for the perfect Cherry Bakewell
Kamari Sunrise ……………………………6.95/20.25 pitcher
Created by our very own Kenroy from Original Lounge and
named after his son. This is a fabulously colourful & fruity
concoction featuring Ketel One Citroen, crème de framboise
& fresh raspberries, lengthened with lemonade
Piña Colada ……………………………………………….. 6.75
If you like Piña Colada & let’s be honest, who doesn’t? 
A homage to a time-honoured classic; Ron Barceló Gran Platinum
rum, pineapple juice & coconut milk
Bloody Mary ……………………………………………….7.25
The ultimate brunch tipple made with Smirnoff vodka, port,
Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco & Frobishers tomato juice.
How spicy would you like it?
Long Island Iced Tea ……………………..6.95/20.25 pitcher
I say old chap, be a good fellow and mix me up a concoction
of Smirnoff vodka, Gordon’s gin, Cointreau, Ron Barceló Gran
Platinum rum, Cazcabel Blanco tequila & top up with cola,
there’s a good sport
Espresso Martini …………………………………………. 6.25
A short sharp jolt to keep you going through those long
summer evenings. Kahlua, Smirnoff vodka, & a double shot
of espresso



Pros & Coms
Pros & Coms

90 Lark Lane, Liverpool L17 8UU, United Kingdom

Date: January 21, 2016 To December 29, 2016

Timing: 8:00 pm To 11:00 pm

Visited 13939 times, 9 Visits today

Posted in British, Cafes, Drink, Eat, International, Restaurants and Tapas

10 Reviews

  1. Sharon Riley

    £2.25 for a small latte that I had a long wait for and then it was placed anywhere on the table away from me! It was clearly short staffed with just one waiter working when it was busy on Valentines day. I’ll think twice before visiting again, there really is plenty of choice of cafes to visit on Lark lane after all!

    February 15, 2017 at 9:03 am
  2. anne boyle

    I went there with my friend yesterday for the first time and was very impressed. The food was beautiful and the staff were very friendly. There is a very varied choice on the menu and although we had to wait a while everything was cooked fresh. I would definitely recommend it.

    June 8, 2016 at 7:18 am
  3. aidam

    Yeah it is slow the service but it is a cracking spot.

    March 21, 2016 at 7:03 pm
  4. Sharon Riley

    Very poor no staff to even order a coffee from Monday from 1-2.30pm. Just as well there was free iced water out in jugs but I still would have liked and ordered a Café Latte but couldn’t! Other people had a cup of tea so lucky them!

    October 5, 2015 at 3:54 pm
  5. Louise

    Each time I have been I have been impressed with both the friendliness of staff and the range of food. I am vegan so having a special menu to choose from is a rare treat. The tapas is a good option. Free wifi is also appreciated.

    January 17, 2015 at 11:36 am
  6. Kevin Wilde

    The warning signs were already screaming at me to keep walking. Before entering any place to dine a potential customer is obviously going to want to view a menu. How impractical to have it adjacent to a outwardly opening entrance door.Three times I was forced to move as customers left the place. Once seated and food ordered the wait wasn’t long for the order to arrive. And I’m not surprised. The small portion size for the price even appeared to embarrass the waitress. Never dining at Milo again and will advise others not to. Awful.

    November 7, 2014 at 11:50 am
  7. JM

    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
  8. OR

    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
  9. Disgruntled Diner

    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
  10. MB

    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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