Bright, elegant, and airy, with high ceilings, long breezy white curtains and crisp white tablecloths, the dining room at Milos is like a breath of fresh air on some distant Mediterranean island. As you enter, you will pass by what they call the "fish market" - iced fish you have probably never heard of, brought from Greece and other Mediterranean countries. If you are adventurous, be prepared to pay for it. You can have your barbouni, maridaki, emperor, gonos, lithrini or scorpina fried, grilled, or sashimi, but to truly enjoy the Greek cuisine, try it as kakavia or achnisto. It can get pricy, but the fixed price lunch menu is just as tempting and much more affordable.
125 W 55th St, New York, NY 10019, Phone: 212-245-7400
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