About Milky Lane - Surfers Paradise
About the restaurant
Milky Lane Surfers Paradise has finally arrived. Hot off the heels from massive success in Sydney, this first location in the Gold Coast has garnered the attention of a loyal following of burger lovers for very good reason. Easily one of the most Instagrammable places in town, the burgers are piled very, very high, the desserts are next level and the vibe oozes cool – think hip-hop blasting and carefully curated street art adorning the Cavill Avenue space. Milky Lane is becoming the go-to spot for American-style burgers, cocktails and general good times all over the country, so book a spot in this Surfers Paradise restaurant for you and your crew – you won’t be disappointed!
Dear diners, please be aware that reservations for Friday and Saturday evening are limited to bookings of 4 or more guests. Thank you!
Milky Lane Surfers Paradise has got a heck of a lot going for it. Located in the heart of this Gold Coast stretch, this latest branch from the Milky Lane team serves up some of the most mouthwatering and jaw-dropping American-style fare we’ve seen in a while. We’re talking burgers filled to the max with everything you can think of – literally, there’s even one with creamy mash and gravy inside – desserts like the Milky Lane churros bowl filled with salted ice cream, liquid nutella and salted caramel sauce, and a carefully curated cocktail list to boot. Tempted yet?
In terms of burgers you can expect ever-changing specials alongside the firm favourites that include the Kevin Bacon with a double wagyu pattie, double smoked maple bacon, double cheese and a whole lot of sauce, and the signature Big Poppa that has to be seen to be believed. You’ll also find cheat platters that consist of a burger of your choice, loaded fries, two mac and cheese croquettes, Korean fried chicken and a thick shake. Yes, you read that right. Milky Lane Surfers Paradise has got us drooling, that’s for sure, so head to Cavill Avenue (just next door to Melbas) and treat yourself to an American feast to remember on the Gold Coast.