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    Estiatorio Milos, London

    1 Regent Street, London SW1Y 4NR, UK
    Estiatorio Milos Review
    5 Star Rating
    17 January 2016Estiatorio Milos
    Tags: London, UK, Seafood reviewsThe Bill: £89 per head

    Estiatorio Milos is spreading its wings upon London, Milos can be found in the charming area of St. Jamesís, from the outside the restaurant is most intriguing and we decided to visit to find out if our intrigue lived up to expectations.

    Upon arrival you first notice the large ice-filled alter and an impressive display of the latest catch. There did seem to be a huge amount of staff around the restaurant, so service was prompt and attentive. We particularly enjoyed being escorted to the alter and being introduced to the fish. The staff are happy to give advice and make recommendations, and the fish can be weighed and priced before committing.

    We started the evening with two glasses of Laurent Perrier Brut NV. A nice elegant champagne with plenty of finesse, the perfect aperitif.

    To begin, we ordered the Salmon served with Fresno Chili, Shallot and Coriander. The Salmon was wonderfully fresh and flavoursome. We also sampled the Greek Ceviche served with Lavraki, Fresh Mediterranean Wild Herbs, Kastoria Beans and Feta. A lovely Mediterranean dish, the Lavraki was delicious.

    ďA must visit for seafood lovers.Ē

    Moving on to the main course, I ordered the Turbot, which i personally selected for the ice-filled alter, this was filleted and served with Fresh Lemon. Another sensational dish which clearly demonstrates the ethos of Milos. My partner ordered the Filet Mignon served with Greek fried Potatoes. The Filet was cooked to perfection, we also added sides of Gigantes Beans and Prespes which completed our Mediterranean experience wonderfully.

    To complete the evening we shared a plate of Baklava for dessert. The Baklava was prepared with layered Filo with Almonds, Pistachios and Walnuts, with Honey and Cinnamon. The Baklava was rich and sweet, an enjoyable end to a great evening of dining.

    We enjoyed a bottle of 2014 Chardonnay, Katsaros, Krania throughout the evening. An enjoyable choice with Ripe Peach, hints of Floral, Hazelnut and Brioche and a luscious yet mineral body. We had a wonderful evening of dining and the experience was wonderful from start to finish, certainly a must visit for seafood lovers.

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