Inspired by Parisian bistros like Galopin and Le Servan, Bistro Milada has created a warm, relaxed atmosphere that feels more like visiting a friend (who just happens to be an incredible chef), than dining out. Think delicious plates of duck with orange and ginger, or deer with black current and beetroot, foie gras with mandarin and pistachio, and ice cream with marshmallow, peanuts, and caramel. (Personal note: I am a total sucker for an amuse-bouche. Popcorn with truffle oil? Dead.) “At Milada we create our menu very simply – we go to the food market where we think about our menu while walking around. Our cuisine depends on the market offer, but of course the food must be tasty, creative,Read more.