Miam Miam: Artisanal French-Japanese Cuisine
Melting pot for French flavour and Japanese culinary art, Miam Miam (means Yum Yum) promises a delicious and delightful dining experience. If you have not been to Bugis Junction for a while (speaking for myself), Miam Miam is at 2nd level, in front of BHG mega store. Apart from the unique widespread of cuisine offered here, Miam Miam also takes pride in their preparation process with precision to ensure consistency. I love the interior concept and theme too.
Service was prompt and waiters/waitresses had urgency, however it was a little too professional (formal) thus lacking that ‘personal touch’.
These were our orders: Miam Miam Spaghetti ($15.80), Squid Ink Black Rice & Omu Egg ($16.50), Valrhona Chocolate Souffle ($13.80), Chocolate Molleaux Dessert ($9.80) and Water ($0.50 and refillable). Yes, some eateries and restaurants in SINGAPORE DO CHARGE FOR WATER.
Presenting the Miam Miam Spaghetti. Mixed with French butter, Miam Miam secret broth, Shoyu sauce and runny egg yolk, every mouth was appetizing and delightful. Spaghetti was al dente and there were also bacon bits which gave more texture to each bite.
Rarely offered else where and putting our pride aside (you will understand if you try it), we had to try the Squid Ink Black Rice & Omu Egg! It was tasty and the omelet was fluffy! However, serving was a little small.
Dessert time! First time trying Souffle in general, so I didn’t know what to expect. While many may be wiling to pay high prices and go for Souffle hunt, but my favourite part was the chocolate itself! It’s a ‘pity’ that I couldn’t ‘t appreciate the overly moist and soft texture of Souffle.
Lastly, Chocolate Molleaux Dessert. Yes, this was preferred over the Souffle. Texture was nicely balanced between dense and fluffy, the warm chocolate lava contrasted perfectly with the ice cream. It was topped with crispy bits for that extra crunch!
Oh yes, there is accessible WiFi too!
#02-14 Bugis Junction,
200 Victoria Street
Daily 11.30am till 10.00pm