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Estiatorio Milos

125 W. 55th St. (Sixth & Seventh Aves.) Send to Phone
212-245-7400 | Make Restaurant Reservations | Menu
Seafood so fresh, the menu depends on the chef's “catch” at the fish market.

Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner nightly
Open late

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Estiatorio Milos, New York, NY

Estiatorio Milos Restaurant Review

: The look of this Greek seafood restaurant (an outpost of the original Montréal branch) is high tech-meets-theatrical: blond woods, high ceilings, gauzy white curtains and a raised dining area. All of the food is simple and true to its Greek roots, and you can't go wrong with the traditional Greek salad, char-grilled octopus or fried eggplant. The star of the show is fresh seafood --- which is displayed glistening atop mounds of crushed ice in the dining room --- done simply, everything from lavraki to Dover sole, or whatever other exotic wildlife from the sea the chef can manage to get his hands on. All of it is well-prepared and charged for by the pound, which sounds reasonable until you see the bill. End your meal with a dish of refreshing homemade yogurt topped with a drizzle of honey and what could be the city's best baklava.
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