Estiatorio Milos is a Greek seafood restaurant at the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas. Owned by Costas Spiliadis, this restaurant prides itself on freshness and quality in a relaxing Mediterranean ambiance.
After being seated, the server escorted us to the fresh “fish market” where we could see the daily specials. We were able to choose our dinner, which ended up being a sea bass. The server recommended having it grilled with capers, and we all agreed.
For starters, we chose a traditional Greek village salad, fried smelt, raw oysters, and grilled octopus. The salad was extremely fresh as were the oysters, but I felt the octopus didn’t melt in my mouth as expected. The smelt was excellent.
When the fish arrived, we also received our sides. We chose horta (greens) and grilled vegetables with haloumi cheese. The fish was perfect and the sides were nice complements to the meal.
For dessert, we had baklava and galaktoboureko. The baklava seemed old but the galaktoboureko was good. Still, it didn’t compare to the homemade version.
When the bill came, it was about US$500, which was reasonable for what we ordered. This included a bottle of white Greek wine. The meal was delicious, the setting was relaxing, and the service was excellent. I would recommend Estiatorio Milos if you’re looking for a good seafood restaurant in Las Vegas.