An extraordinary kaiseki destination that never fails to impress.
Featuring three live stations Teppanyaki, Sushi and Robatayaki, diners are spoilt for choice with the sheer variety of high quality dishes available.
With a dark and captivating interior and fully adorned table sets setting the mood for a one of a kind dining experience.
Start off with the critically acclaimed Truffle Kampachi, ultra fresh yellow tail with delicate essence of yuzu, black truffle soya, lily bulb and micro cress, a starter that is unforgettable.
Followed by a modern interpretation of the traditional, Wagyu Gyoza, a Kagoshima wagyu foie gras gyoza further enhanced with kabocha wasabi butter bringing a whole new taste to the palate.
The Hotate Mentaiko, Hokkaido scallops with marinated cod roe has a delightful citrus twist with the use of yuzu butter.
A long list of sushi and sashimi are on the menu, to make ordering a breeze simply choose the Sashimi Moriawase and Sushi Moriawase where you get the chef’s selection of seven seasonal sashimi and sushi respectively.
Same goes for Tempura Moriawase which comes with the finest selection of assorted seasonal tempura.
Bone-In Kurobuta Pork Belly is extremely flavourful and not commonly found from the Robatayaki selection.
Special mention is the Teppanyaki King Crab Fried Rice that comes with a generous serving of crab meat as well as Lobster Uni Yaki, grilled Boston lobster with sea urchin cream that is presented beautifully. Lunch sets are served from bentos to teppanyaki and robatayaki which also include organic salad with Mikuni’s original dressing that is not to be missed.
Drink: A wide range of sakes with a special Mikuni sake that was specially made for the restaurant.
2 Stamford Road, Swissotel The Stamford,
Swissôtel The Stamford, 178882
Lunch 12-230pm (Mon-Sun)
Dinner 630-10.30pm (Mon-Sun)
CREDIT CARDS: AE, DC, JCB, MC, V
PRICE CATEGORY: Between $50-100 a person
ESTABLISHED: September 2011