Milos

restaurants / Greek

Lonely Planet review

Rock stars, socialites and business leaders flock to this fashionable restaurant with Mediterranean stucco, big urns filled with dried flowers and refrigerated counters of mouthwatering fish and fruits. Dinner for two – e.g. a range of Greek appetizers, grilled loup de mer (seabass), fried veggies with tzatziki and fried cheese – could set you back $150 with wine. Reservations are essential.