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Milos or Molyvos??

idia Feb 5, 2008 05:43 AM

Both menus appeal.
Opinions from you knowledgeable chowies please.

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    UES Mayor RE: idia Feb 5, 2008 05:48 AM

    both are good-i usually associate milos w very fresh fish and very high prices while i associate molyvos w more comfort type greek

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      idia RE: UES Mayor Feb 5, 2008 06:36 AM

      I know Milos is expensive but their prix fixe pre-theater rate is $49 which actually isn't all that bad.
      I also know that Milos tends to keep their foods simple without too many rich sauces and ingredients. This appeals to me.
      However, some of the reports have been negative in the past and I am wondering if anyone has been there lately who could weigh in.

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        Angelina RE: UES Mayor Feb 5, 2008 08:59 AM

        Milos definately. I think UES Mayor summed it up perfectly. Milos' fried calamari is great.. The oil is light and the calamari are cut and fried to order...so good!!

        I always order the Royal Dorado..so good!


      2. LeahBaila RE: idia Feb 5, 2008 06:03 AM

        My vote goes to Molyvos


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          veralouise RE: idia Feb 5, 2008 07:56 AM

          Milos - definitely. It's expensive but worth it.

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            cdog RE: veralouise Feb 5, 2008 08:02 AM

            if budget is not an issue, Milos. i enjoy both and suggest both on this site. Molyvos does have an excellent pre-fix menu and it is much cheaper than milos. you cannot go wrong with either.

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              idia RE: cdog Feb 5, 2008 08:18 AM

              Thanks for your replies.
              It sounds like I'd better let my mate make the final decision.
              Unless someone comes in here with a negative post, I am leaning toward Milos.

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            Tengo Hambre RE: idia Feb 5, 2008 10:50 AM

            Definitely Milos. Fresh ingredients and doesn't have the touristy feel of Molyvos.

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              mr_seabass RE: idia Feb 5, 2008 11:37 AM

              If you have the cash, Milos. Molyvos is less expensive but still very good. Milos is special though... and pricey.

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                idia RE: idia Feb 5, 2008 12:54 PM

                Dear Chowies:
                We cannot thank you all enough for your comments.
                Thanks to your expertise, my mate has made his choice.
                Milos it is.
                Will report.

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                  Angelina RE: idia Feb 5, 2008 05:21 PM

                  You go girl!!! Milos is soooo good!! The tomatoes are great too, especially this time of year, I think they import those as well!

                  Have fun!!

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                    Jel212 RE: cdog Feb 6, 2008 08:51 AM

                    What about Peryali?

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