Fresh Ingredients

Fresh

INGREDIENTS

Come sit with us.

We are now open daily from 8 am to 3 pm!

Wake up your taste buds with quality meats, fresh vegetables, and the magic that happens in our kitchen. We have a fantastic covered back patio (& indoor tables too!) to accommodate your family. Check out our latest menu updates online.

Is lunchtime getting a little stale?

Now available, Fat Milo's will feature our take on some deli favorites using fantastic ingredients, our best sauces & condiments & really good cheese & bread. The idea is that you’ll order some sandwiches, maybe add on some chips, fruit, & a cookie and take it all with you on your adventures.  But also- you can just take it home or eat it in the car.

As always, we don’t judge. 

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at Home Meals now available!

We're happy to announce online ordering is now available for our at Home Meals. We are offering a seasonal menu with featured menu items like our Chicken Cottage Pie, Ham & Cheddar Quiche, and our delicious breakfast burritos. 

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About Us

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 beyond excited having you all back in our diner.

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Restaurant Hours & Info

Dine-In or Pick Up

Located in Old Town Sherwood

16147 SW Railroad Street, Sherwood, OR 97140

Fat Milo’s is now open daily from 8 am to 3 pm.

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.