Fine Dining

Mikuni @ Fairmont

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Mikuni is a really expensive Japanese restaurant in the Fairmont Hotel. However, they do serve very good set lunches, and if you have the Feed at Raffles membership, will work out to around $100+++ pax for exceptional quality Japanese food. Other than that, did I mention that it is very expensive?

Teppan King Prawn
Teppan King Prawn – $40

Chef Eric’s specialty – Teppanyaki King Prawn with his signature Golden Mayo sauce sprinkled with Ebiko. Yummy!

Hiyashi Tomato
Hiyashi Tomato – $13

Supposed to be Japanese fruit tomato, but seemed to me like any other Roman tomato.

Salmon Belly Maki
Salmon Belly Maki – $26
Tokouju Sushi
Tokouju Sushi – $100
Grilled Kinki
Grilled Kinki – $150!

The Kinki was really expensive – fresh, but at $150 it was really not worth it. Wait for the set lunch which features the Kinki fish – they do have it sometime.

Grilled Sanma Set
Grilled Sanma Set – $90

When we had this, Sanma was in season. So the fish was oily (in a good way) and full of fatty acid that added to the flavour. The set came with a Chawanmushi, some sashimi, an Enoki Miso soup and some starters and preserves.

Botan Ebi
Botan Ebi – $35

$35 for 2 prawns – again, you can get the same quality at a lower price elsewhere.


Mikuni @ Fairmont
2 Stamford Road

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