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Posted by Greek Fan on 02/16/2007
What a gorgeous restaraunt. The bathrooms look and smell nicer than my apartment, and I have a pretty nice apartment. But it all ends there. The food, while delicately prepared, is anything but extrodinary. So the fish is fresh, so what? That's like saying I'm good looking because I just took a shower. I found the flavours muted (not in a good way) and the pricing objectionable. If you are going to be exorbitant, at least give us an idea of what universe we'll be in.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/15/2007
My boyfriend and I went for Valentine's Day yesterday. They told us we were not allowed to order a la carte because it was a special Valentine's menu which we were not made aware of when we made the reservation. The 5 course meal was $150 per person. Ouch. The food was average, the waiters inattentive, and service...snails pace slow. We had to wait 15 mins. for them to clear our table and then another 15 mins. for the next course. For this much money, I expect the service and meal to be better. We will never come here again.
Posted by Chandolin on 02/01/2007
We had dinner here on a January weeknight, and the restaurant was crowded and so noisy that we had to lean across our table and almost shout to talk to each other. Our octopus appetizers were great, but they should have been at $21.25 each. Our fish entrees were good, but not special. Our glasses of a pleasant, but rather ordinary white wine were very meagre at $13.00 each. Everyone, from the busboy to the "chef" (who spent the entire time in the front of the restaurant and really served as the captain)inquired "Was it good?" at the end of each course. Other than that, the service was good. We would not return.
Posted by High-end New Yorker on 04/04/2006
Milos is far the best restaurant with a Greek orientation in New York. Being of Greek origin, I have tried everything. I have found no competitor so far. The food is exceptional. Recipes are very close to being original Greek but they have the feel of Manhattan. Service is above average. Given the quality of the food and the popularity of the place, I could not expect not to wait a few minutes in line to get seated or the waiters to be around every two minutes. Noise could be better but I found it typical New York style. People are excellent since only the high-end can afford a seat. Would not recommend taking your kids with you. Taking you best client out and letting your CFO to pick up the check sounds like a better idea.
Posted by Tatyana on 03/09/2006
Was recently there with friends. Arrived on time according to the reservation confirmed before leaving the house, still had to wait for the table for about 30-40 min. People at Reception: polite but not useful. Food was good. The question is: When customers come in should they be grateful to the restaurant employees for being served or should the employees be grateful to their customers for chosing their restaurant?
Posted by Anonymous on 02/27/2006
Milos has gone downhill. Service is perfunctory, food is greasy and salty, room is noisy. The warm bread is good, but what is it with the schtick of clipping off one sprig of oregano leaves in olive oil (so the oregano doesn't have a chance to flavor the olive oil) and then walking off with the olive oil bottle as if you cannot be trusted with it? Prices are extremely high for the quality of the food and the noise factor.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/30/2005
I am of Greek origin and found this restrurant to be absolutely the best. Service was impeccable, food was over the top! Make no mistake, if you seek the best fish prepared in the Greek style this is THE place to go.