Sun: 11:30 - 22:00
Mon - Thu: 11:30 - 22:00
Fri - Sat: 11:30 - 22:30
Eve of PH & PH: 11:30 - 22:30
Miam Miam is a casual Artisanal French cafe that brings together a mixture of French Artisanal Cuisine & Techniques with influences derived from traditional Japanese preparation and cooking arts.
We were at the restaurant over the weekend & ordered according to the recommendation by a gentlemen wearing a Tom Ford spec. Food: French Toast, Miam2 Spaghetti, Ritz Noir, Ritz Curry, Seafood Spaghetti, 4 diff drinks & 2 desserts. H2o are chargeable. Services: Excellent! Very prompt & he value our opinion that come with small talk. Price: Above average towards high side. After reading many negative reviews that were mostly emotionally based instead of being objective about reviewing genuinely. We decided to give it a try & take the risk which none were true in those published. Why was there a queue if all else were so bad? We don't carry our previous expectation of how things must taste & impose it on another restaurant as implied by the gentlemen & he is right!
If there is anywhere to order a souffle, I recommend you miam miam chocolate souffle. Although the waiting time was around fifteen to twenty minutes, Miam Miam's souffle did not disappoint. Greeted by friendly staff, the souffle was perfectly shaped when served and did I mention how the temperature was just perfect? The first scoop is slightly crispy on the outside but dig your spoon deeper and be ready to see a beauty out of this world. Pop in the spoonful of souffle in your mouth and you've experience heaven!
The first feel when I went in to this place, I was indeed impressed with their decoration and ambience. The disturbing feeling came in when I started to read the menu before I placed my order, a sense of familiarity, something I ordered before but definitely not in Miam Miam. You are right! If you get what I mean. I had the same signature spaghetti at Hoshino Coffee (Plaza Sing), nevertheless since I am seated in this place, I have ordered the same signature spaghetti, squid ink risotto and another bake rice dish on the menu. I have to say the spaghetti taste the same with Hoshino Coffee. But I have to give the kudos to their squid ink risotto! It is a definitely must try if you happen to be in this place. The pancake soufflé is the same like Hoshino café, but those in Hoshino is fluffier. Be prepare to pay a bit more if you are eating in Miam Miam, price wise is much higher than normal café/bistro.