Estiatorio Milos in Midtown
From the moment you enter Milos, you feel like you stepped out of the city and into the Mediterranean (or at least a very modern Greek restaurant- similar to Mykonos). You are warmly welcomed by the hostess and kindly seated at the bar as your table is prepared. As you take in the ambiance, the crowded dining area, the bazar market-style set up, and the fresh seafood chilled on ice display your appetite grows even larger in anticipation of this culinary adventure.
Once seated, Petrit talked us through the origination of Milos and its expansion over the years. Next, he guided us to the seafood display and explained our sharing options. As we snapped a few photographs of the magnificent selection of fish, we noticed the langoustine and the soft shell crab were still alive…and rather feisty!
We took Petrit’s recommendations and shared the octopus, fried zucchini with tadziki, fish, Yukon potatoes, and beat salad. The bottle of Greek white wine, Les Dons De Dionysos, perfectly complimented our meal. For dessert we devoured the baklava. The taste was crispy and sweet, yet not overwhelming. The espresso and after dinner dessert wine was also a hit.