Inspired by the grace and old-school charm of kissatens, the fresh flavors and ingredients of Japanese cuisine, together with French artisanal cooking techniques, Miam Miam promises a delicious experience through and through. Using only the freshest, sustainable-sourced ingredients, Miam Miam takes pride in bringing the best of both French and Japanese cuisines to you. continue reading
Opening Hours
11:30 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 22:00
Payment Methods
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Signature Dishes
Miam Miam Capellini Pain Perdu The French Toast Vanilla Souffle
Review (9)
Level1 2018-01-19
Pros :+ Excellent taste+ Black Inked Pasta is yummy+ Bundled with drinks and salad/soup is good value+ My partner absolutely loves the chocolate souffleCons :- Dessert is rather overpriced.- French Toast is ok, but egg and milk taste could be stronger.- The baked rice could be better continue reading
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Level3 2017-04-09
Searching for pasta and meetup at this place at Gateway basement. The places was well decorated and open concept too for those do not want air con. Started to order special Mentaiko King crab and Ocean Arrabbiata. The Serina time about 10-15mins. Mentaiko King crab have a special Colour on pasta which is all black with squid texture and toppling with Alaska crab meat. ( Very small portion ). The first bite will cost your mouth to become black too. Make it a laughing for everyone and taste was very good with this squid taste. The ingredient look empty but with some other toppling will be great like clams etc. Ocean arrabbiata consists of prawns , clams mixture with tomatoes sauce made a perfect matching. The taste is great with fresh ingredients like prawns with spongy feel. Overall is a good experience. continue reading
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Level4 2014-12-22
Waiting time was 20-30 minutes for souffle as they make it fresh on the spot. Don't order this if you're very hungry! My friend had the aglio olio spaghetti while I had their Soufflé Au Curry ($16.80). Souffle was so fluffy and moist, with an eggy flavour while the rice beneath the souffle was fat and fluffy. The first few mouthfuls were heavenly (if you love jap curry and souffle.. surprisingly a wonderful combination) but halfway through the meal, I was overwhelmed by its rich taste. It would be better to share this I feel. Portion was very filling and I was struggling to finish it too. continue reading
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Level4 2014-09-03
Visit http://www.umakemehungry.com/2014/05/miam-miam.htmlMiam Miam, an artisan French cafe in the West that allows customers enjoy a range of western dishes and cuisines prepared with traditional Japanese influences.Kitchen was open concept and you can take a peek to check out the process over the counters.Menu was all placed on the table and each table was installed with a device, allowing customers to press for staff attention.Special only at miam miam, a good blend of creamy peanut butter with fresh banana in milk. Adding of peanut butter is optional at your request. Tasted great but having it down already filled my stomach by half before the food came.Well-loved Earl Grey Tea with a distinct flavor and aroma perfumed with bergamot and vanilla softee.Oven baked fresh pasta shells with Miam Miam's selection of four special cheeses with crunchy Japanese breadcrumbs. Creamy and rich, a definite must try if you are a cheese lover.Miam! The modern Yaki is pasta aglio olio with sauteed cabbage and shimeji mushrooms topped with an omelette with Japanese mayonnaise and tonkatsu sauce!While Miam Miam Spaghetti is their all time favourite. Sauteed with frankfurters, tomatoes, baby spinach and bacon! Also tosses with french butter in their secret recipe consisting of broth and shoyu.A special creation with bananas coated in golden caramel sauce, garnished with toasted almond nibs added with cool vanilla softee. Enjoy the moment with this melted chocolate on top of the souffle, warm. The natural bitterness of the chocolate was well balanced up by the icing sugar drizzled on top of the spongy souffle.Overall, I find that the food is of average. However, service was prompt and friendly with a good ambience suitable for families and friends. continue reading
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Miam Miam is a fusion French-Japanese restaurant with two branches - one at Westgate and another at Bugis Junction. On my pursuit to finish all the restaurants on Westgate's directory (nah I kid. There are too little fun eating places in the west, really), Miam Miam is the choice for a dinner place!The Riz Noir Black Risotto ($17.80++) was more prominent on the menu but I was kinda averse to it because I don't want to walk around with black teeth (thereafter I found that it didn't stain at all)! Pride versus gluttony as sins... I give in to gluttony. Turns out I loved this dish a lot! Using Japanese rice to make this savoury, sea-salt flavoured squid ink risotto, I love how flavourful it is alongside juicy fat prawns, calamari and scallops! The well-cooked omu egg blanketed across the risotto was also a delightful touch. I was quite surprised by the portion though, it was kind of ridiculously small because the bowl was so shallow! :/ Well, time to learn how to make this by myself.The Miam Miam Spaghetti ($15.80++) pales in comparison although it was considerably more generous in portion. The linguine was laced with garlic oil-based sauce and resembles a little like hokkien mee, served with bacon slices, luncheon meat/sausages, egg, eggplant, tomatoes and spinach. It feels more Chinese than French or Japanese though. I found it slightly oily than ideal. Overall, the experience at Miam Miam is still great even though the mains are a little pricey for their portion and taste for the Riz Noir Black Risotto and Miam Miam Spaghetti respectively. It's good for a one-time experience. continue reading
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