They grill fish beautifully. and serve it with lemon and capers and a TON of attitude.
There's got to be a place (Greek or not) that does this cheaper.
Ethos on 3rd ave in the 30's has fabulous grilled ish.
For Seafood based Greek Cuisine i would reccomend Thalassa in Tribeca. Similar feel, quality and winesIf in midtown there is Avra
Dafni on 42nd across from the Port Authority has very good grilled fish at a good price (a whole branzino for $20.00) - not a snazzy neighborhood, but the food in general is excellent.
-----Dafni325 W 42nd St, New York, NY 10036
Friend of mine likes Ammos.
Uncle Nick's is not even close to quality and sophistication of Milos, but can do the trick for a simple grilled fish craving.
-----Uncle Nick's382 8th Ave, New York, NY 10001
There's Uncle Nick's. I like it fine, although it's probably not as ethereal as Milos (haven't been, so can't say). No attitude, either, although maybe if you request some...
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