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CLOSED... FOR NOW

Our last day of service to the public will be Sunday, December 13th.
We hope to re-open in March of 2021.
Your investment in us has been immense. We have been moved to tears on an almost daily basis by your generosity & kindness. There is so much to say, but you have likely heard it all, and frankly, we are struggling to communicate our feelings about a loss that is so huge to us, but so small in the face of the voids many folks are struggling to fill. Here are the details for the coming months:
The owners of our building are generous & understanding. They have allowed us to stay in the building through March at a significantly reduced rent.
Rachel will continue to be in the kitchen working to keep the lights on & the burners lit. The staff has been laid off, but will be brought back on an as needed basis. In other words, the more you order from us, the more they will work.

Rachel will continue to make Fat Milo's at Home meals. She'll expand that menu, and allow for a delivery option! Visit our website & social sites for the weekly menu.
We will continue to accept Fat Milo's gift cards for online orders.

All tips will be set aside to help with staff support. Please - place orders over the coming months. Stop & wave when you see us through the windows. Reach out to us if there is a way we can support you.

Sincerely,
Miles & Rachel

Fat Milo's at Home  

Fat Milo’s at Home

Heating Instructions 

All casseroles, lasagnas, & bakes will heat best if they are brought to room temperature before being heated. 

Everything is fully cooked and just needs to be reheated. 

 

We use a 350 degree oven because that’s generally what any other items will need to be cooked at.  Any temperature between 325-375 will be just fine. Please note that not all ovens & microwave ovens are the same, so you will need to pay attention to temperatures, and adjust as needed. In some cases, a toaster oven will work just fine as well. 

We know styrofoam is a bummer.  For a time, it was what we could find & what we could afford.  It is NOT microwave safe. 

 

Soups, Gravies, & Zach's Chili: 

 

Stove Top: Pour into a heavy bottomed pot set at medium heat.  Cover, & heat gently for about 10 minutes stirring occasionally. If you’d like to thin it a bit, add any broth, cream, milk, or water.  

Microwave Oven: Pour  into a microwave safe container, cover, & heat at 5 minutes at a time stirring occasionally until desired temperature is reached. 

 

Sourdough Rolls & Biscuits: 

Rolls & Biscuits are best reheated in a foil pouch in a 350 oven just until warm (about 10 minutes). You can also split & toast them, or heat in an oven safe dish with the lid on.

 

Lasagnas, Potato Dishes, Tater Tot Casseroles, Macaroni & Cheese, & Enchilada Bakes:

Oven: Cover with a piece of foil, place in a 350 oven for 25-30 minutes or until heated through.  If you’d like the top a little browner, you can remove the cover for the last 5 minutes.  

Microwave Oven: Place the serving size you’d like on a microwave safe dish and heat for 5 minutes at a time at full power until heated through. 

*If you aren’t going to serve the whole dish at once, I recommend cutting the amount you’d like to set aside, wrapping it in plastic wrap & then foil, & storing in the freezer. 

 

Note for Tater Tot Casseroles: Do not cover, unless your tots are getting too dark. These are best in an oven. 

Breakfast Casseroles & Stratas:

Oven:  Heat in a 350 oven (covered with foil)  until heated through, about 15-20 minutes. 

By the single serving: 

Oven: Place a square on an oven safe plate or dish, heat at 350 for 15 minutes or until heated through. 

Microwave Oven: Place on a microwave safe dish, and heat for 5 minutes at a time until heated through.  Can be held in a warm oven for up to 15 minutes. 

*If you aren’t going to serve the whole dish at once, I recommend cutting the amount you’d like to set aside, wrapping it in plastic wrap & then foil, & storing in the freezer. 


Bourbon French Toast Casserole: 

Included: Maple syrup

I like to slice the casserole & fry individually in a fry pan with butter, but alternately, you can place in an oven or microwave oven safe dish, cover, & heat at 350 for about 25 minutes or until warm all the way through. This works best on the upper racks of the oven. Top with a drizzle of syrup & butter before serving. 

 

Frozen Breakfast Burritos:

Microwave Oven: Remove outer foil, leave paper on, heat in microwave at 50% power for 3 minutes, then full power for 3-4 minutes.

 

Fried Chicken:

Reheat fried chicken either in the oven on a sheet pan at 250 until desired temperature is reached, usually about 20 minutes, or microwave.  If you use the microwave, the skin will be delicious, but not crispy.  

For a quicker & perfectly good crust, microwave until the internal temperature is where you want it, and finish the chicken under the broiler, (middle of the oven), until crisped up. 

Fried chicken can also be wrapped & frozen. 

 

Meatloaf: 

Meatloaf can be heated by the slice in the microwave, or in a buttered pan, or in the oven in a foil pouch at 350 degrees. 

 

Reheating a whole meatloaf: wrap tightly in foil & heat in a 350 oven on a sheet pan until nice & hot.  This can take up to 30 minutes.  

 

For a meatloaf dinner, I recommend making plates & reheating in the microwave individually.  

Hot Roast Beef Sandwiches

Included:  Rolls, au jus, roast beef, cheese sauce.

Cheese Sauce: Transfer to a microwave safe container or a small pan, & heat gently. 

Stove Top: Pour au jus  into a heavy bottomed pot set at medium heat.  Cover, & heat gently for about 10 minutes stirring occasionally. Add roast beef to the au jus after it’s warmed, but no need to cook it, just heat through. Take roast beef from au jus, reserving the au jus for dipping, pile beef on the bun, & top with warm cheese sauce. 

 

Microwave Oven: Pour au jus into a microwave safe container, cover, & heat at 4 minutes at a time stirring occasionally until desired temperature is reached. Add roast beef to the au jus after it’s warmed, but no need to cook it, just heat through. 

 

Honey Glazed Carrots 

Carrots can be microwaved on a flat plate for about 3-5 minutes. 

Oven: remove lid, heat at 350 for 10-15 minutes, stirring occasionally.  

Stovetop: Add a little fat to a saute pan & heat, stirring constantly, until warm all the way through. 

 

Sausage & Peppers Sandwiches

Stovetop: In a skillet, add a small amount of oil, bring to medium heat, add sausage & pepper mix, heat, stirring, for about 5-10 minutes, until sausage is heated through.  Add to sandwich roll, top with shaved parmesan.  Sandwiches can be held in the oven at 250 for up to 20 minutes. 

Microwave: Transfer sausage & pepper mix to a microwave safe dish, heat 3 minutes at a time, stirring, until sausage pieces are heated through. Follow finishing instructions above. 

Potatoes Au Gratin: 

( I made these for my family last night, & they were delish.  The butter does separate a bit, so I recommend a piece of bread for dipping.)

Oven: Lid off, 350 oven for about 25 minutes or until hot& bubbly.

Chicken Cacciatore: 

Stovetop: Warm chicken in a heavy bottomed pan over medium heat. 

 

Oven or Microwave Oven: The container it comes in is oven safe.  Cover the pan with aluminum foil & heat for about 15 minutes. If using the microwave, transfer to a different container. 

Wild Rice: Heat in a shallow pan iwt added fat, in the microwave, covered, or in a rice cooker set on "warm". 

Serve chicken over rice & top with parmesan. 

For any questions or feedback, email Rachel@fatmilos.com

 

Thank you so much for enjoying our food at home! It really means a lot to us to be a part of your family table. 

Who We Are

We started our family kitchen in 2010 with one goal in mind: providing a comfortable dining experience with fresh, locally sourced, natural ingredients. We believe in handcrafted meals made with quality ingredients. We source our ingredients from local purveyors who have demonstrated their commitment in community support, food safety and quality. We take pride in providing dishes that are fresh, hearty and simply unforgettable, and we are looking forward to having you all back in our diner.

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The Menu

Food for Every Mood

The chef-driven menu highlights seasonal ingredients in simple but fun scratch recipe dishes served straight from our kitchen.
The menus listed below are available for dine in on our patios. If you prefer take-out, please call (503) 925-3551

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Breakfast

Many restaurants have their own take on classic breakfast options, but we’re confident that ours is the best, always prepared to perfection. Share it with friends or have it all to yourself—you’ll enjoy it till the very last bite.

Lunch

Our lunch menu is created with the comfort food you remember from your childhood. Healthy meals made with fresh, quality ingredients that have been sourced locally here in the Pacific Northwest.

Kid's Menu

We've designed our kids menu to make your life easier. Classic childhood favorites with a Fat Milo's touch. Locally sourced, farm fresh and perfectly sized for your little ones.

Restaurant Hours & Info

Dine-In & Pick Up

Located in Old Town Sherwood

16147 SW Railroad Street, Sherwood, OR 97140

  • Open only for special pick up events or pop ups! 

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

"I took my family there for breakfast and the experience is as follows... My wife and I both decided on the Bourbon French Toast, and we both agreed that it's easily the best French Toast we've eaten. It really didn't even need any syrup. I've never said that about French Toast before".

 

—  Dan M.

Old Town Sherwood

16147 SW Railroad St.

Sherwood, Oregon

(503) 925-3551

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