The estiatorio Milos restaurant located in the Venetian in Las Vegas does its best to mimic the traditions of Greece while updating it to fit modern gastronomic trends. From the outside, you’ll be impressed by its modern, refined, and sophisticated decor inviting you to have a bite.

I’ll provide a complete review of estiatorio Milos including all the food and drink options available. You’ll also get to experience the atmosphere inside Milos and some essential info to keep in mind before you go.

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A Mediterranean Menu at Milos

The look and feel of estiatorio Milos transports you back to ancient Greek times when the markets were open and visitors could pick out what they wanted. You’ll see fresh fish laid out invitingly across ice and a selection of fruits and vegetables you can pick out for your meals. Below is a breakdown of each section of the menu and what’s available.

estiatorio Milos Menus

estiatorio Milos Restaurant Menu – Venetian Las Vegas

Milos Classics

Most patrons would think of classics as entrees but in Milos, they are appetizers. Here is where you’ll find the largest selection of options in any menu section at estiatorio Milos.

The Holland Peppers, Greek Spreads, and Zucchini Flowers are great vegetarian options. However, the octopus, crab cake, and lobster salad are more fitting for the fresh seafood restaurant. Don’t expect to have appetizer prices or portions with these classics, you’ll get large servings and nothing costs less than $37.

Raw/Cured Fish

When you first open the menu at estiatorio Milos you’ll be introduced to their extremely fresh raw seafood options. The type of oysters available will depend on the season and you’ll pay $6 a piece for them. The Royal Belgian Osetra caviar is delicious but one of the most expensive items on the menu at $160/30 gr.

The more accessible raw fish bar has a range of options like tuna, salmon, tsipoura, lethrini, and fagri. Each selection costs anywhere between $28 and $36 unless you choose a tasting which is $115 but includes several different types of fish. Rounding out this section of the menu is the cured fish. Curing fish was a practice that was first found in Greece and has been a traditional cooking method ever since.

Salads, Vegetables, & Legumes

Greek food is known for being fresh and light and the dishes in this section at estiatorio Milos definitely represent that. They range from a traditional tomato salad to a more adventurous Fave Santorini which is known on Milos as Lathouri.

There are a couple of salads, three vegetables, and some legumes to choose from. Most items are $16 or $18 but a few top the $30 mark. If you want to start with something light and refreshing, these dishes will satisfy your craving.

A screenshot of various seafood dishes from estiatorio Milos Seafood Restaurant in the Venetian Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Whole & Fillet Fish

Priced per pound, the whole fish selections at estiatorio Milos are unmatched. Black Sea Bass, Red Snapper, Dover Sole, Turbot, and other grilled selections are available as well as other preparation methods.

There are options for baked in sea salt, small fried fish, and lobster. You can even get the lobster cooked Athenian-style with pasta. One of the more surprising options on the menu is the Crevettes Royales which is Moroccan and involves grilled royal shrimp with a shot of sherry to help shoot the head.

You don’t have to get an entire pound of fish but can instead choose from an option of filets. The Bigeye Tuna, Faroe Island Salmon, and Halibut are all available. The filets are either $54 or $61 but you will need to ask the server for the market price for whole fish.


The small selection of meats at estiatorio Milos might not make as big an impact as other sections but the options are just as delicious.

The Lamb Chops are what you would expect from a Greek restaurant but there is also a Filet Mignon and Black Angus Rib Eye Steak. The gluttonous choice though is the Prime Dry Aged Cote de Boeuf. It’s 34 oz. and is served with roasted veggies and potatoes.

A screenshot of various entrees from estiatorio Milos Seafood Restaurant in the Venetian Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.


You’ll find the classic Greek desserts at Milos that you won’t find at traditional Vegas establishments. Baklava is of course on the menu and even comes with honey walnut ice cream. You’ll also see Yiaourti-Meli, and Galaktoboureko. Both are worth trying and you’ll pay anywhere from $14 to $19.


There is no shortage of wines and cocktails available at estiatorio Milos including seasonal options as well. All cocktails cost $21 regardless if they are seasonal or not except for the premium cocktails like the Whistelpig 12-Year Manhattan or the Blanton’s Old Fashioned. These will range from $48 to $60 for a single glass. What makes this drink menu special is the dessert wines and dessert cocktails that are perfect for closing out your night.

Reservations at estiatorio Milos

estiatorio Milos Restaurant in the Venetian uses the Sevenrooms restaurant reservation platform, making it easy for diners to find availability, make a reservation, receive confirmation, and edit or cancel a reservation if plans change. 

You can log into Sevenrooms using a Facebook or Google account or just make a reservation as a guest.

The Ambiance of Greek Dining

Few restaurants in Las Vegas can match the sophisticated and inviting atmosphere of estiatorio Milos. The all-glass walls that separate the restaurant from the rest of the Venetian help you see the light and effervescent energy of this restaurant.

A screenshot of the entrance to estiatorio Milos Seafood Restaurant in the Venetian Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

The rich blues, giant traditional pottery, and glass-walled bar add a level of authenticity most Greek restaurants only strive for. You can expect to be impressed by Milos without feeling pretentious.

Things To Know About estiatorio Milos in the Venetian

Location: From the casino, walk toward the waterfall atrium that contains the LOVE sculpture. Walk past this area into the corridor that leads to “restaurant row.” The restaurant is located on the right-hand side after Delmonico Steakhouse.

Hours of Operation:

  • Sun – Thurs | 11:45 am – 11:00 pm
  • Fri – Sat | 11:45 am – 11:30 pm
  • Lunch Daily | 11:45 am – 3:00 pm
  • Dinner Sun – Thurs | 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm
  • Dinner Fri – Sat | 5:00 pm – 11:30 pm
  • Hours subject to change

Dress Code: estiatorio Milos requires a semi-formal dress code. No beachwear will be admitted.

Price: A dinner for two will cost between $250 -$350 including alcoholic drinks.

Grazie Rewards Dining Perks: The Venetian and Palazzo have a player’s rewards program that offers all kinds of benefits including those for dining if you’re a member. Membership is free. You can find more information here at Grazie Rewards.

estiatorio Milos in Summary

You won’t find another Greek restaurant in Las Vegas with as much authenticity, sophistication, and fresh seafood as estiatorio Milos. With fresh seafood being brought in straight from Greece every day, you know you are getting the absolute best quality possible. I’m very grateful you’ve chosen The Las Vegas Report and I hope this review on estiatorio Milos gives you everything you need before making your reservation.

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