The first Greek restaurant on the Las Vegas Strip certainly doesn't disappoint, although you'll pay well for the experience. Chef Costas Spiliadis flies in fresh fish from the Mediterranean; you pick out the piece of fish at market price and select how you'd like it prepared. Side dishes such as chtipiti (roasted red peppers and barrrel-aged feta cheese) are a nice complement to the main course. Also worth sampling: the Milos Special, lightly grilled zucchini with
eggplant tzatziki and kefalograviera cheese. The dining experience itself is also a treat—the dining room is stark white, and the glass-enclosed terrace looks out on the Strip.