Mikuni, on level three of Fairmont Singapore, consists of three live cooking stations each helmed by a master chef. There’s a teppanyaki live station, sushi station and robatayaki station which combine to offer an elevated Japanese dining experience that’s a treat for each of your senses. The elegant dining space is beautiful and features lots of black, white and gold. Very much the perfect setting to indulge in Japanese food that seamlessly blends modern and century-old Japanese cooking techniques. You’ll find Fairmont Singapore and therefore Mikuni restaurant on Bras Basah Road. It’s smart casual and very popular so be sure to book well in advance if you want to sit by any of the live stations or enjoy one of its intimate private dining rooms.
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Dress code: Smart casual
Mikuni Singapore’s executive chef Keisuke Uno offers diners the chance to take a Japanese culinary tour courtesy of the aforementioned live cooking stations and a set of very impressive menus. Mikuni is open for lunch as well as dinner and there’s a wealth of sets to choose from. During the week there’s a regularly changing menu designed specifically for professionals, then, in similar fashion, the main dinner menu changes according to season and is a guarantee of the same high quality. As such, Mikuni Singapore is one of our favourite Japanese dining spots in the Bras Basah area, before we’ve even got to the teppanyaki and robatayaki...
The teppanyaki and robatayaki sets available here on Bras Basah Road each consist of a starter, sashimi, a main course, a rice and soup course, all finished with dessert of the day. From $80 per person, they each offer outstanding value as well as being perfect to pair with a sake or two. Speaking of which Mikuni Singapore has a small but high-quality selection of sake available to complement your food. There’s little not to love about this Japanese restaurant on level three of Fairmont Singapore, Bras Basah.