An eclectic mix of the 50s and 60s green vintage objects adorn the walls, sourced from op shops, antique centres and garage sales from around the Mornington Peninsula. There are toys and books available for kids to enjoy along with Ikea high chairs for young ones and plenty of tables to sit at, both inside and outside.
My daughter enjoyed a small-size chocolate milkshake (served in a green cup of course) and a nicely proportioned blueberry pancake, served with a side of maple syrup and icecream ($7). We had an old-school chocolate lamington. There was a mix-up with our coffee orders, but when they did arrive they were high quality. We discovered that even the cutlery is quirky, being real silver vintage treasures.
Also on offer on the special kids menu is Eggy bread – Kids French toast ($7) and 4 minute boiled egg with a happy face and buttered toast soldiers ($6). For lunch, there are fish bites and chips, grilled chicken and chips or simple pasta with butter and cheese (all $8) and kids treats include mango lick, choc top ice cream ($4) or yo-yo ($2). After your experience at Lilo you can enjoy a play at the beach. Across the road is a path with direct access to Fishermans Beach.