I cannot even pronounce that first part of this gluten-free friendly restaurant in Vegas, but those are some freaky looking fish, are they not? Yet I thought I would lead with that photo instead of my delicious plate of food, as I was a little bit drink to the drunk drink when I took the other photos so they’re not nearly as sharp this wall of ice and seafood. I mean I was in Las Vegas. If you’re not drinking to excess you’re probably at the club snorting bath salts. I guess? I’m actually not a Vegas expert.
I am, however, a gluten-free dining expert and I may have found (thanks to someone who knows what’s up in the LV) the perfect, fancy, naturally gluten-free restaurant — Estiatorio Milos. You guys, I got to share an entire giant fish dish with everyone else instead of ordering my own crazy gluten-free meal! Look at what’s happening here -
That’s a huge fish baked in salt (not of the bath variety). I don’t know what it does to that fish, other than making it delicious, but it looks very cool when they drop it on your table and get to carving the sodium off and serving it up, like so.
I had the tomato salad, grilled octopus, and whatever that delicious fish was hidden inside all of that salt. I do believe that is a side of some kind of scrumptious greens as well. I forget. The wine, you see. The fabulous mineral-y Greek wine. Mmmmm, wine.
It was a super duper delicious meal, and our waiter was totally on the gluten-free tip so I loved him. Everyone else I dined with totally hated that guy since he was a bossy jerk (they say, hey, I’m still on team sassy waiter). Even if you get a crappy waiter at Esitatorio Milos, almost everything is gluten-free so you can dine in a group and not embarrass yourself as much as usual. Unless you drink too much wine and try to convince a divorced couple to get back together. That’s me, keeping it classy.
Where do you eat gluten-free in Vegas?