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November 30th, 1999 12:00 am Laura Atkinson | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2008


Sleekly decorated Milo’s maintains a great breakfast rep, but this casual cafe’s lunch and dinner options are well worth investigating. A serving of their chunky Hungarian mushroom soup ($3.50 for a cup, $5.50 for a bowl) or the spinach salad ($5-$7), dressed with a light lemony vinaigrette with just the right tang, make simple, satisfying meals on their own. Featured evening selections include a variety of $8.95 sandwich-and-side plates, among which the playfully layered shrimp bruschetta stands out. Butternut-squash ravioli with hazelnuts and feta ($7.95) is so tasty that just a couple of bites will have you planning your next visit. (LA)

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