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Greek Restaurant / Strip ?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by sunshine54, Jan 12, 2016.

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  1. sunshine54

    sunshine54 Low-Roller

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    Can't find a greek cooking restaurant at Strip. Really no one there?
     
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    Aces and Eights VIP Whale

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    Estiatorio Milos at Cosmopolitan is considered Greek.
     
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    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    That was the only place that sprang to mind for me too. Cannot think of any other place on the Strip
     
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    Char1 High-Roller

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    Hmmmm business opportunity?
     
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    Cleo at SLS is "Mediterranean" and has a lot of Greek-ish dishes, though it's not pure Greek.
     
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    Yup. Milos is kinda high end. It would be great to see something between that and a gyros stand.
     
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    PayTriple The Cucumber King

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    Kinda high-end? I think charging $300 for a 2.5 lb fish definitely qualifies as high-end.
     
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    pleepleus 2016 - The monkey is back

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    The lunch is definitely a deal. Dinner prices sky rocket. I think the last time I had dinner there, it was around $1k for 3 without booze?
     
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    sunshine54 Low-Roller

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    First, thank you very much.

    "I think charging $300 for a 2.5 lb fish definitely qualifies as high-end." However, I did not want to buy the restaurant :nono:

    SLS sounds not bad, but it is not Center Strip and a little bit effort specially to go there for a greek food.

    I also wonder is it a business opportunity? :stir::evillaugh
     
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    Go to Milos for lunch then, 25 for a 3 course meal is definitely a bargain. Also there is other prix-fixe menuĀ“s at different times just check out their website for more info.
     
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    Exactly! I was there last June with friends, and we all gasped at the bill when we saw that the fish was $300. There were seven of us, and each of us got a few ounces.
     
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