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Estiatorio Milos – London
Winner of The Harden’s award for The Best Fish & Seafood London Restaurant of the Year 2017 and Winner of AA’s Rosette Award for Culinary Excellence in two years running 2015-2017. Recognised as one of the finest Mediterranean seafood restaurants in the world, Estiatorio Milos was founded by acclaimed chef and restaurateur Costas Spiliadis. Milos is celebrated for serving the freshest, most pristine fish flown in daily from the Mediterranean and for sourcing the highest-quality ingredients. The consistently impeccable service and welcoming spirit has made Milos an unparalleled culinary destination in Montreal, New York, Athens, Las Vegas, Miami, and London.
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- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
- Waiting staff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
Mediterranean Octopus sashimi quality, grilled, Santorini fava
Fresh grilled lamb chops
Courgette flowers, stuffed with cheese - lightly fried
Super restaurant. It was really quiet due to the COVID-19 fears but all the staff were unbelievably positive and attentive. We had a pre theatre meal which was amazing. Greek salad excellent, lamb chops great and salmon tartare lovely. Desserts good too - yoghurt one the best
food quality is good. price is on the high side. bar service is good. captain of the table was good
Pre-theatre dinner so was bound to be quiet as we ate at 6pm. Amazing venue, exceptional service and very high quality
Amazing service and atmosphere.
Food was stunning will def going back.
I love this restaurant. The best freshest fish ever. HOWEVER recently there are a lot of fruit flies around! So much that we had to move table this week and even then there were flies!! They need to do something about it ASAP or it will stop us coming.
One of the worst.......
Truly terrible dining experience, shocking food, surly service and ludicrously expensive. Avoid.
There are 67 Michelin starred restaurants in London and it is blindingly obvious why this is not one of them. My wife and I had dinner there last night, tempted by the wet fish counter and the perceived ambiance.
We ordered Octopus, that was so over-grilled it had the texture of shoe leather and tasted burnt. No lemon wedge served with it, two mouthfuls were enough. Terrible.
We ordered grilled peppers, expecting succulent, skinned peppers drizzled in olive oil and Balsamic. What we got was a plate of partially cooked pepper quarters, all chargrilled but with the skins left on! Picking burnt skin out of your mouth is not a pleasant experience! They weren’t de-seeded properly either.
We were told the red snapper we chose would be grilled and filleted. It wasn’t. The light in the restaurant isn’t great so spotting fish bones is virtually impossible. Seriously, it was like eating a pincushion, one bone pierced my inside lip and was really painful.
Upon drawing these issues to the attention of the Manager, he proceeded into an argument with me at the table, hugely unpleasant and unprofessional. Clearly, the customer is always wrong at Milos, unless you’re an non-foodie lobster eater, which you could buy for half the price elsewhere.
Settling half the bill, we were still tucked up for £175, with just two glasses of wine and a courgette dish in addition to the above. Seriously, this place all show and no substance. At least somewhere like Novikov fleeces you properly; excellent ingredients cooked really well for eye watering cost. Milos doesn’t do anything well.
The food was excellent but front of house very poor.
No one helped to open the heavy front doors either from the outside or inside when I was struggling to open them.
Despite having booked in advance & there being ample availability visible on book a table, the female receptionist offered me probably the worst table in the restaurant one that’s between the service stations, cash till, at the back in the dark , next to the elevator. I refused to take it, the next one offered was also tucked at the back behind the bar which was also a poor table, finally I was offered an acceptable table.
When paying the bill, which was split with a friend, I was charged the correct amount, my friend was charged the full amount which we had to point out was incorrect.
I’ve been to Milos several times with my husband for lunch & dinner he works in the neighbourhood. the front of house service we experienced compared to when I’ve been with my husband was simply rubbish & insulting. I would not recommend Milos to any female friends of colleagues. If This was my first visit to the restaurant I would not ever consider returning for dinner after the experience at lunch.
Went here for an early business lunch. The place soon filled up but service remained very attentive throughout. Food was very fresh, well prepared and extremely tasty.
There was a minor slip-up taking our order - I ordered 'clam' and got 'lamb' but the lamb looked so appealing that I ate it anyway! Clearly they take any slip-up in service very seriously because because, without any prompting or complaint on our part, a complimentary extra course appeared on our table. This wasn't great for my waistline but otherwise the gesture was hugely appreciated.
Oh, and I left my work bag by my table, which was promptly retrieved by the staff and returned to me.
All in all, a lovely experience: great food, great atmosphere, super service and staff who clearly enjoy their work. I shall return.
I know that myself or my guests are in good hands from the minute I make a reservation.
Fantastic job everyone. Thanks.
Very good food but pricey. If you are sat on the growing floor you are exposed to much better atmosphere- first floor is very quiet
This place certainly has the wow factor, very chic St James eaterie. The sharing plates were very good with a good selection to suit most, although they specialise in Seafood. Amazing staff who were very attentive but not overbearing, will definitely be back for a special occasion.
It was nice but a bit pricey for the food served, nice wine list though.
The food offers a bit of Greek sunshine in Central London. If you miss the flavours from Milos island, then this is the place to go.
lovely staff. incredible food, simple but effective. Definitely going back!
Best Greek food outside of Greece, highly recommended for fresh fish
Excellent quality of food / very fresh and scrumptious! Excellent service!
Second time here and the last. The service was slow and borderline abrupt, but more importantly the food was exceptionally disappointing for the price. We ordered a £75 starter of “raw fish platter” - a chef’s selection. 2 of the raw fish (served as sashimi style cuts) were actually heavily smoked. One of them I actually could not swallow, it was so strong. This is NOT raw fish. Second, the tuna tartare was inedible salty. High grade tuna For tartare should not be served pre salted, let alone overly salted. Greek salad Is £23 (easily Shared by 2 people) but it had 2 olives in it. I can’t justify the spend we incurred here when London has such a wealth of amazing restaurants offering better value and service.
Amazing fish and seafood! Service is awesome!
The best Greek trattoria in London.
Absolutely amazing. Recommend the octopus or the lamb which is what we had had and it gave us a very good experience.
the lunch menu is perfect! The dishes are very good and not too expensive. I recommend!
Nothing special as what I initially thought.