If you ever remember saying to yourself "This is the weirdest place I have ever been to," you will be wrong! because you haven't been to Milon. Finding out that the big window brightly decorated with orange hot pepper lights, is actually belonging to three different restaurants was a surprise as we stood outside waiting to be seated. The considerate host even brought out a nice plate of "bread chips" for our group to eat. To our relief the wait ended and we stepped inside. Our group of 12 could easily fill up the entire space of this place yet magically we fit in with another 30! Personal space was not to be had and several times during the night couples mistakenly groped the wrong leg or gave a secret handshake to an innocent victim. The good news: The food is tasty and cheap (very), the staff is willing to please, you can bring your own alcohol, and everyone will definitely feel much closer to each other by the end of the night. There is also a very interesting Indian birthday song and strobe lights (a waiter's skill of puting the plug in and out really fast).
Bottom line: Good food, cheap, and oh yeah, bring a camera.