Estiatorio Milos London Launches

14th July 2015

It can’t be denied that there is a lot going on in Greece right now. But with all the negative attention in the press, it seems that everyone has forgotten the most important thing about the sunny aisle…its brilliant and tasty food! Thankfully, Costas Spiliadis is here to remind us all why we love Grecian cuisine, with the launch of Estiatorio Milos in London this month!

This acclaimed seafood restaurant with Greek heritage, will be its sixth location since Chef and owner Costas Spiliadis opened his doors in Montreal, way back in 1979. His aim was to elevate the perception of Greek cuisine abroad, away from stereotyped associations and he has certainly succeeded.

Widely recognised as pioneering North America’s Hellenic food scene by introducing refined cuisine from the islands of Greece, Estiatorio Milos has a long-standing reputation for serving the freshest, most pristine seafood daily. Spiliadis’ restaurants show a great commitment to the sourcing of quality ingredients and Milos in London promises to spare no effort to find the freshest, most delicious fish from Greece, the British Isles and around the world, preparing them in the subtlest, most flavourful way.

The restaurant will be a treat for the eyes as well as the taste buds. Showcasing the impeccable service and that classic Greek hospitality that the Spiliadis family is renowned for, the restaurant will feature the main dining room, bar and fish market-style display on the ground floor, with a raw seafood bar, private dining rooms and wine cellar on the mezzanine level. This is the perfect place to discover some great new Greek dishes, just don’t go smashing any plates…remember, this food is about busting stereotypes!

Estiatorio Milos: Opens end of July, 1 Regent Street, St James’, London, SW1Y 4NR,

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