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Milos

5357, av. du Parc (rue Saint-Viateur) Send to Phone
Chef Costas Spiliadis' re-created Aegean fishing village is a sanctuary for peerless ingredients.

Cuisine
Open
Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner nightly
Features
  • Valet parking
  • Dress code: Business casual
  • Full bar
  • Reservations suggested

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Milos Restaurant Review

: Chef Costas Spiliadis' re-created Aegean fishing village is a sanctuary for peerless ingredients. If fresh sardines and stone crabs are available, he'll find them. Choose from the array of whole fish and order it grilled and served simply with salt, lemon and olive oil. Accompany your meal with a crisp Assyrtiko wine suggested by the expert sommelier. Though one of the most expensive restaurants in the city, there's a special menu after 10 p.m. for late diners. The lunch table d'hôte is also a steal, with Canadian smoked salmon and Santorini capers followed by the white fish of the day or charbroiled lamb chops and the house-made baklava ice cream. The restaurant is popular for business dinners and special events, so book well in advance.



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