Dear diners, please note that Mitzo Restaurant & Bar's weekday dim sum set lunch will not be available from the 4th to 19th of February 2019.
Reinventing Cantonese cuisine like you’ve never experienced before, Mitzo Restaurant & Bar is one of Singapore’s best foodie destinations, without a doubt. The concept here is focused on breaking the mould of Chinese dining by combining a contemporary take on Cantonese cuisine fused with an artisanal cocktail menu. Located on Orchard Road on the fourth floor of the Grand Park Orchard Hotel, there is an abundance of natural light flooding through the space from full-length glass windows giving Mitzo an elegant yet casual feeling. Quality is of utmost importance here and dining at Mitzo in Orchard is an experience like no other. Reservations are essential.
It’s not only the food that’s taken seriously at Mitzo Restaurant & Bar. The team of expert mixologists are well-versed and passionate about creating incredible cocktails to perfectly match the food, and go as far as to source the produce and herbs daily. Talk about fresh. There are two bars within Mitzo Restaurant & Bar, with one being the Cocktail Atelier with a three-metre long jellyfish tank as a backdrop and glittering bar top; the other being more private with views of Orchard's skyline. The cocktails are inspired by Chinese and Asian traditions as well as much-loved classics, and we recommend sampling the Empress Sours made with chrysanthemum tea-infused gin, ginger, lavender syrup and lychee liqueur.
As for the food, well, you’re really in for a treat. As we said, the concept is centred around sharing, and showcasing the very best of Cantonese cuisine here in Orchard. Mitzo specials range from braised sea cucumber with minced chicken and seasonal greens cooked in truffle sauce and 6-head abalone with matsutake, alongside dim sum offerings filled with wild mushrooms and truffle seafood stuffed in a salted egg puff. For seafood fans, we can’t recommend enough the stir-fried lobster claw with shrimp in a petai bean sauce, while meat lovers can fill their boots with an array of Chinese-inspired meats cooked to absolute perfection. This is an experience you won’t be forgetting in a hurry, and is one of Singapore’s bright stars, so do yourself a favour and pay Mitzo Restaurant & Bar on Orchard Road a visit. You won’t be disappointed.
The staff are very attentive and friendly. The ambience is good too. The dishes are very unique and taste great! The black truffle duck and char siew is a must try.
Returning customer because I love the ambiance, the food is quite yummy too (especially the cheese tarts are to die for!) as well as the staff are quite attentive despite being full!
V well tender juicy duck n chicken prepared not bad for an imported Malaysian duck. I can't wait for their Irish duck, i'm sure it'll be impeccablly done. The 14 dollar tobiko fried rice was a tad dry though, I'd imagine the XO one would have that wok kei taste.