Mikuni Teppanyaki Course at the Mikuni Japanese Restaurant at the Fairmont Singapore was one of the better Teppanyaki in Singapore. And it has become more sophisticated since Inagiku became Mikuni, with better presentation and more daring combinations. Tried the Mikuni Set Dinner, which is their $300++ top range set that has the essentials of the Japanese Teppanyaki classics – Japanese Wagyu, Foie Gras, Lobsters, etc.
The Head Chef for Teppanyaki, Chef Eric was on leave. His able right hand man, Chef Ah Choi held the fort well.
Chef Ah Choi
Beef soup made from beef briskets boiled for a very long time with onion and konpu base. Strangely it wasn’t oily, but it could be me, tonight’s version was not as tasty as before.
Salmon, Chutoro and Scallops Sashimi – great cuts of the freshest from Tsujiki.
Soup in kettle
Hamaguri, chicken, shrimp, salmon, ginger, konpu soup
Lobster with golden mayo and ebiko
Foie gras on caramel used
Kagoshima wagyu beef
King crab fried rice
Mikuni at Fairmont
80 Bras Basah Rd, Fairmont Hotel 3/L, Raffles City, Singapore 189560
+65 6431 6156
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