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Misato Cuisine is a contemporary, chic and casual dining Japanese restaurant primed to herald in a new era of Japanese cuisine. continue reading
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Level4 2016-03-29
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It was past 9pm after movie and there was limited choices for food in the cathay. One of the choices was the Misato. Certain items such its well known signature dessert Misato Paw Anmitsu was already sold out. Please take note there was a 10% service charge. Credit cards and NETS were accepted here. A number tag was given after making payment at the counter.Misato Ebi Donburi ($10.90+)Prawn & egg in seasoned broth over riceIt was served with 3 breaded tiger prawns (standing upright), and fried egg with caramelised onions in seasoned broth, over plain rice. The fried egg was decorated with seaweed and colorful looking fish roes. Cheese Korokke ($5.50+)The croquettes were made of fluffy mashed potatoes, chopped ham, and mozzarella cheese, served with Yakiniku Sauce (Japanese BBQ sauce). It was covered with a thin crust of crispy crumbs. Nice and cheesy to have.Grilled Mochi Zenzai ($5.50+)azuki bean (red bean) and grilled mochiIt was actually hot red bean soup. The red beans were like kidney beans as they were huge in size. The mochi was covered with a crispy crust and had a soft and chewy texture inside. The red soup was just the right thing to have to recover from the cold air con in the cinema hall. It was warm and not too sweet to taste.Overall the food was great and much effort was used to serve the food in an exquisite way, which made one felt like dining in an atas restaurant. continue reading
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We are here at Misato today, what would be in store for us? Check it out here!Located at the basement of the Cathay building, Misato offers premium and fresh ingredients from Japan. Misato opened early in January this year.Accessibility:Approx 3mins walk from Dhoby Ghaut MRT StationLet’sEat!Lychee Iced Tea and Matcha Ice blended ($3.90 each)Refreshing drinks before we start our meal! Both drinks were not too sweet, which is right down my alley.Cheese Korokke ($4.90)These potato croquettes, which were made with mozzarella cheese, are crispy on the outside, mushy with cheesy goodness on the insides.Anyone calling for a refill like I did?Handmade Gyoza ($5.50 for 6 pieces, $8.90 for 10 pieces)Its presentation will pleasantly surprise you, and leave your tummy happy with quality tasting gyozas.Although I'm not a very gyoza person, but I have to say that this impressed me as I thought the steamed grilled chicken and vegetable fillings were really tasty.Tebasaki Chicken Wings ($5.90)You must eat this with squeezed lemon juice. It is slightly salty and spicy, and the added zing from the lemon juice is just the cherry on top. Misato Oyakodon ($7.90)Is the heart shaped topping signifying the parent-child relationship? Lol. This oyako-don is so tasty. Basically, Oyako literally means parent-and-child, which refers to the relation of the chicken and egg in the dish. This relationship tastes so delicious! You can also expect a good amount of salmon roe and flying fish roe as toppings, which also comes with a well prepared taste that adds on to the taste of the entire dish.Zaru Soba ($6.50)Loved the presentation of these cold buckwheat noodles. The dipping sauce is really good and having these with wasabi is seriously shiok.Misato Ebi Donburi ($9.90)Served with 3 upright breadcrumbed tiger prawns over seasoned broth and rice. The tiger prawns were really fresh and tasty.Teriyaki Salmon Donburi ($10.90)For those who likes salmon, here's one you might like to consider. Grilled salmon glazed with teriyaki sauce, it tastes really good when you eat it with the yellow pickles.Chicken Katsu Curry ($7.90)For me, I felt that the curry is slightly salty and I thought it might be better if it were taken down a notch. But I did enjoy the chicken katsu as they are lean and crispy. The chicken was kept warm under the blanket of rice, waiting for you to drizzle the curry on top of it to enjoy.Misato Paw Anmitsu ($5.90)This is their signature dessert! The matcha ice-cream is mixed with fruit and 2 very prettily decorated mochi 'paws'. The ice-cream boasts a full-bodied matcha flavour and is not overly sweet.Matcha Zenzai Mochi ($4.90)This dessert is quite special to me, as we find the grilled mochi within the green tea liquid, mixed with azuki bean. Mix well and enjoy.Sanshoku Warabi Mochi ($5.50)Warabi mochis are not cheap, yet here, they serve up a good quality jelly-type and yet reasonably priced warabi mochi here. It is delicious coated with 3 types of powders: Goma (Sesame), Kinako (Roasted soybean) and Matcha (Green tea). The matcha one is my ultimate favourite, because the green tea powder used was the slightly bitter type, heavily flavoured with the goodness of green tea. I have to say, this is my favourite dessert here.Low-DownFrom this tasting, I can conclude that the people behind Misato do put in alot of effort in presentation and the taste of the food. The Misato folks prepares its food freshly and do not keep leftovers for the day. That's why sometimes, you may find certain foods sold out towards the end of the day.If you ask me what you definitely cannot skip here, I have to tell you: their desserts. If you know me personally, you will find that I most likely already recommended this place to you. Overall, their food keeps as closely as possible to the authentic Japanese food as possible, and serves up food which will satisfy you very well.This is an invited media tasting session. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)