I’ll make this one short and sweet. Not because I just had too much to drink this evening, but because I’m a bit under the influence and I’m afraid that the more I write the less sense I’d make. Milos lunch was a winner. The $20.13 lunch which is set to increase to $20.14 next year due to the corn market pricing speculation is one of the greatest deals in town. However, to make this truly worthwhile you need to add the $10 supplement for the terrific grilled Octopus app. Ever since we visited Portugal, the land of the most amazing octopus on the planet we’ve been on the hunt. This one is it. Meaty, perfectly grilled, perfectly seasoned with a hint of oregano, absolutely delicious octopus. Mrs. Ziggy thankfully enjoyed her tomato salad which meant she kept her fork on her plate for the most part. For main, the winner was the simply grilled Lavraki (bass). Quite a tasty piece of fish. The shrimp dish on the other hand was a bit too bland and the walnut pie, soaked in deliciousness was a nice finish The lunched so far are more satisfying than the dinners. Thumb up to Estiatorio Milos, aka Milos, aka don’t call me Estiatorio since no one can remember the first half of the name. I had to Google it just now.
Las Vegas Eats – Estiatorio Milos
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