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mezza9

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Mezza9 offers a multitude of culinary delights capable of satisfying diverse taste buds all at the same time. Located on the mezzanine level, mezza9 is a lifestyle restaurant that provides nine different dining experiences in one venue. The restaurant delivers the highest culinary standards with its 400 seat capacity. A unique feature of mezza9 is that diners can choose to sit in any area and still order from all the show kitchens; such as the grill, steam basket, deli counter, wok, seafood, thai, sushi, yakitori, patisserie counter and martini bar.

Daily: 12:00 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 21:00

Sun: 11:30 - 15:00

$91 based on 45 submissions
Brunch (11 votes), Dinner (11 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (10 votes)
Jasonhanis

A Family-Friendly Restaurant in Singapore: MEZZA9, Grand Hyatt Singapore

Upon entering, its atmosphere embraces you to feel excitement and culinary delights to come. MEZZA9 was conceptualized by Andreas Stalder- who introduced ‘a la minute’ cooking to Hyatt (food freshly prepared in show kitchens in front of diners) more than 20 years ago. This changed the dining scene, and a common feature today in the industry.

Indeed a Family-Friendly Restaurant as many locals and tourists brought their children along. You would also experienced service of a certain Hyatt style.   MEZZA9 offers a variety of cuisine- chinese, western, japanese & etc. Both times I went, it was enjoyable and the food was yummy! (Try ordering the grill platter)   And the thing which attracted me to go back and again, would be the effort to organize a group to have happy birthday song re sang in tune of a trendy song.   http://singapore.grand.hyatt.com/en/hotel/dining/mezza9.html

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Jason Han | Yummy We come! | http://jasonhanis.blogspot.sg/

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19 Oct 2014 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

A Family-Friendly Restaurant in Singapore: MEZZA9, Grand Hyatt Singapore

Upon entering, its atmosphere embraces you to feel excitement and culinary delights to come. MEZZA9 was conceptualized by Andreas Stalder- who introduced ‘a la minute’ cooking to Hyatt (food freshly prepared in show kitchens in front of diners) more than 20 years ago. This changed the dining scene, and a common feature today in the industry.

Indeed a Family-Friendly Restaurant as many locals and tourists brought their children along. You would also experienced service of a certain Hyatt style.   MEZZA9 offers a variety of cuisine- chinese, western, japanese & etc. Both times I went, it was enjoyable and the food was yummy! (Try ordering the grill platter)   And the thing which attracted me to go back and again, would be the effort to organize a group to have happy birthday song re sang in tune of a trendy song.   http://singapore.grand.hyatt.com/en/hotel/dining/mezza9.html

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Jason Han | Yummy We come! | http://jasonhanis.blogspot.sg/
18 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Mmm so good.

From start to end. What we had: - Complimentary bread Warm, crusty and tasty on its own - Cream of Pumpkin soup Smooth and sweet with a hint of savoury. Even more yummy with cracked pepper! - Seafood platter for two Spectacular lobster! Flesh was super sweet and springy. Amazing freshness. - Flowerpot dessert Best salted caramel ice cream we've ever had Couple at the table next to us were raving about their grilled seafood platter too. Which we are definitely returning to try. Pleasant experience with table reservations.
04 Sep 2014 • 11 reviews • 0 follower

Great Place to go for Date Dining

Its our first time visiting Mezza9 and I must say we are impressed with their service. There is a wide range of food items served and food is good! 

read more here: http://merryberriesworld.blogspot.sg/2014/07/mezza-9-grand-hyatt-hotel.html

04 Jan 2014 • 151 reviews • 1 follower

Excellent service, value-for-money set lunch.

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There are several show kitchens at Mezza9- grill, steam basket, deli counter, wok, seafood etc. We opted for the two course set lunch ($29++) which consists of an appetiser and main course. For an extra $10, you get a dessert thrown in as well.

The only thing that might be slightly disconcerting is that the tables are placed very near each other such that you could easily listen to the conversation at the next table.

We were served some complimentary bread which had a crispy crust with a soft interior. The tomato dip was also a break away from the usual butter/olive oil.

For the appetisers, I opted for the Yam Pu Nim which is crispy soft shell cab with green mango salad, shallot and spring onion. This was a very refreshing dish as the sweet and sour sauce drizzled over the appetiser seeped into the soft shell crab, without making the soft shell crab soggy. Together with the crunchy bits of sour green mango, this was indeed very appetising.

Ordinarily, the tom yum soups that they serve in Singapore don't faze me at all. But this was something to be wary of. The Tom Yum Talay was so spicy, the pores on my face opened instantly. Looking at the fiery red of the tom yum, I didn't expect anything less. The fish was a little overcooked. Despite the spiciness, this soup was addictive and was perfect with the rice. Now, excuse me while I wipe my perspiration away.

The set meal also comes with coffee/tea. I opted for a cappuccino. Finally, I realise how it is possible for people to enjoy drinking coffee. The main reason why coffee isn't a daily fixture of my diet (which really isn't a bad thing) is because of its slightly sourish taste- is that caused by acidity? In any case, the cappuccino didn't have any of that sour taste and together with the chocolate cookie, made a perfect drink.

For the price and the decent fare here, I think it's worth a trip to Hyatt for the set lunch. One more thing that really tips the balance is that the service here is really attentive- didn't have to ask anyone to refill our water, pleasant service and happy faces. It was a pleasant meal!
01 Dec 2013 • 114 reviews • 1 follower

Many great cuisines under one roof!

For a full run-down of my dining experience at Mezza9, please visit: 
http://foodiepink.com/2013/11/30/mezza9-grand-hyatt-hotel/

Enjoy:)