Fresh fish, simple food prepared well.:
I was staying at the Cosmopolitan and so decided to try this restaurant out. It's a greek seafood restaurant, and the specialty is freshy grilled or salt-crusted (steamed) fish. The rest of the food is basically seasonal fresh vegetables and fruits which are cooked in simple presentations to pair with the fish. It sounds incredibly simple and possibly boring, but the chef at Milos really pulls it off because of two important things - they choose very fresh fish flown in from wherever they can get it (which ends up costing a lot) and they fly in fresh fruits and vegetables, mostly from California. If you start with really fantastic basic ingredients, all you have to do is not screw up the cooking of it and you don't need much more to make it great.
We had a salt-crusted Lavraki with swiss chard, grilled eggplant, heirloom tomato salad, and fresh grilled figs with balsamic vinegar. All of the items were suggested by our waiter, who suggested that that we go with whatever seasonal items they have. For dessert we had chocolate cake, a rice pudding with fresh berries, and loukoumades (greek donuts).
The total for four people with one person having wines was $400, and it was probably one of the best meals I've had this year. I'll be back.