On Montreal Restaurant Milos, Montreal Chef Deck says:
Did you know that the Greeks actually invented the light bulb (a man named Zorba Papadulopapous), the printing press (a man named Theodakas Spanikopita), and the comedic sitcom (a man named Jesse Katsopolis)? Well amongst those humanity changing innovations they also refined Montrealers pallets thanks to Costas Spiliadis owner/chef at Milos Montreal. Milos is by far, hands down, balls to the wall the best Greek restaurant in our fine city. The Milos special is a must have (perfectly deep fried zucchini, eggplant, and saganaki) as an appetizer, along with fried calamari, grilled octopus, soft shell crab, and grilled mushrooms and peppers. Their Greek salad is the true indicator because if you close your eyes when you bit into one of the tomatoes, you would swear that they were just picked from the vine in Santorini. The fish at Milos will never disappoint. It’s so fresh that after it is flash grilled you can still taste the salt from the ocean. For dessert hopefully you can get the birthday cake with the burnt caramel on top, but if not the honey balls (teehee) are light fluffy ballerific excellence. The only bad thing that I have to say about Milos restaurant is that they have disposed of their bionic toilets (but maybe they ate a small child or something?).
Service: Mr. Belvedere trained as a geisha for 43 years/10
Price: a date with Paris Hilton/10
Chef Deck signing out!
Estiatorio Milos Restaurant
5357, du Parc, corner Saint Viateur
Mile-End, Montreal, Québec, H2V 4G9
Hours: Mon-Fri 12:00 pm – Midnight, Sat-Sun 5:30 pm-midnight
Payment: Traveller’s Cheque, Visa, MasterCard, Diners Club, American Express
Food: Greek, Mediterranean
Bonus: Free Valet