Estiatorio Milos The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Hotel Costas Spiliadis THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED LOCATIONS Estiatorio Milos

THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED LOCATIONS Estiatorio Milos

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
3708 Las Vegas Blvd. S. (W. Harmon Ave.)
Las Vegas, NV 89109
877-893-2001
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Cuisine: Greek / Seafood
Simple, yet elegant, flavorful Greek cuisine on The Strip.
Openings: Lunch & Dinner Thurs.-Sun.

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THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED LOCATIONS Estiatorio Milos, Las Vegas, NV


THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED LOCATIONS Estiatorio Milos Restaurant Review:


After the success of his restaurants in Montréal, New York and Athens, Greek restaurateur and chef Costas Spiliadis brought the Mediterranean diet to Sin City at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. The food and décor are in symbiosis --- simple, yet elegant. The white-toned dining room features original 18th-century Greek clay urns and white marble flooring imported from Athens, while traditional lanterns used by Greek fishermen are hung among olive and lemon trees on the terrace overlooking The Strip. The ingredients are just as genuine as the decorative elements: fresh line-caught fish, from local fishermen, are flown in daily from the Mediterranean, and the fruits and vegetables are impeccable. Californian chef Joshua Smith is in charge of the kitchen and has completely integrated the menu created by Spiliadis. There are three must-haves: the Milos special --- thin slices of zucchini and eggplant paired with kefalograviera cheese; the grilled octopus served with revythada (chickpeas from Santorini); and the grilled fish simply seasoned with olive oil and fresh lemon juice. When it comes to the seafood, just choose what you want from the ice display; the fish is priced by the pound and the selection is ever-changing, depending upon arrivals. Other appetizers include grilled mushrooms, marinated peppers, jumbo prawns and Maryland crab cake. In case you are in the mood for meat, though this is a seafood restaurant, you will find lamb chops, rib-eye and filet mignon. Finish with the karydopita (walnut cake) or the krema lemoni (lemon custard). There is quite a wine list, with a 300-bottle program featuring a collection of Greek wines, of course, as well as good labels from the U.S., France and Italy. Also noteworthy are the $25.16 lunch menu and the $49 sunset menu.

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