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Recognised as one of the finest Mediterranean seafood restaurants in the world, estiatorio Milos by acclaimed chef Costas Spiliadis, has been announced as the latest restaurant to partner with The Royal Atlantis Resort and Residences, opening late 2019.

Originating in Montreal in 1979 and with outposts in New York, Athens, Las Vegas, Miami and London, the sophisticated restaurant offers the elegant simplicity of dining seaside in Greece.

Standing at the very heart of the resort, estiatorio Milos’ design includes a structure which appears to ‘float’, and is fully transparent. The restaurant will offer uninterrupted views of The Royal Atlantis’ water fountains as well as the glittering Dubai skyline beyond.

Inside, guests will be transported to an urbane dining room in Athens. With lofty six-metre high ceilings and Greek marble floors, sliding floor-to-ceiling glass doors on both sides of the restaurant pull back to reveal a central platform, which seats guests at the heart of the bustling open show kitchen. In addition to the 220 indoor seats, three private dining rooms are available, one of which will be a unique rooftop, as well as a sophisticated terrace both sunlit-by-day and romantic-at-night.

Estiatorio Milos encourages family‐style sharing of dishes, while cooking philosophies are focused on perfecting the preparation of the freshest, high-quality ingredients, sourced from around the world. Featuring fresh catch daily, guests will hand-select their favourites from the display before being perfectly prepared by the kitchen, either grilled or baked in sea salt to concentrate the natural flavors – a Milos signature. Complementing the seafood offering is a raw bar with highlights such as Greek wild oysters, whole-fish sashimi and tartar.

Details: The Royal Atlantis Resort is due to open later this year. For more information, visit the website.

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