In the busy Platanias, 11 Km from the center of Chania, Milos tou Kerata is one of the oldest restaurants on Crete, the best on the island and among the 4 top throughout Greece having won GNTO awards. Until 1960, when it began operating as a restaurant, the inside space was used as an inn, while the outside is dominated by the old 14th century Venetian watermill.
The cuisine is characterised as traditional Cretan and Mediterranean and all the dishes are prepared from select Cretan products, cooked in virgin olive oil and with lots of passion for local specialties, and more.
Fried snails, stuffed courgettes, patty and cheese pies are some of the best sellers on the menu. The restaurant also has a fully up-to-date wine list with about 180 select labels from Greek vineyards. The more traditional can enjoy their meal with local raki.