Cuisine: European, Greek
Price Range: $$
At Milos, traditional Greek architecture meets raw industrial space that produces a casual taverna atmosphere. The understated elegance appeals to sophisticated diners thanks to the formal white... Read More
At Milos, traditional Greek architecture meets raw industrial space that produces a casual taverna atmosphere. The understated elegance appeals to sophisticated diners thanks to the formal white tablecloths and well-designed lighting. Patrons can see the fresh fish resting on large ice beds and watch their food being cooked from the open concept kitchen. Tempura - like vegetables and saganaki cheese are fried just right to match the tender crispiness of fish selections lightly dusted with oregano and other spices. Portions of the "fish of the day " platters - sold by the pound - are large enough to share. The taramosalata, Greek sardines with lemon, oregano and olive oil, lamb chops, and avgolemono soup are all good too. The yogurt is made from local goats milk, and much of the produce and herbs are organically grown on regional farms.
- Best Restaurants: "Order the Moroccan sole, local char and Mediterranean sardines "lightly fried" as these are done to perfection in a good quality olive oil."
- Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: Milos serves large portions of the best selection of fresh fish and seafood from around the world.