Daily: 12:00 - 15:00
Daily: 18:00 - 23:00
Closed on every 3rd Sunday of the month
Miz is a Japanese restaurant serving favourites like sushi, sashimi, donburi and udon at affordable prices.
The ambiance feels like Japan itself the moment my family and I walked into the restaurant, the menu can be quite confusing to those who is new to Japanese food but i feel that is not an issue as the lady who is tending the restaurant is quick to respond and tend to customers' need. Food was great, first time i had eaten a mushroom tempura which is crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside, the amount for each dish is just nice for a family of 4 and the main dish was great.
Overall it is a family friendly and easy on the pocket place. Despite the confusion on the menu i still believe its a worth while experience and we will not hesitate to visit again
See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2014/08/11/ok-japanese-food-miz-japanese-restaurant-on-11aug2014/
i got a bit apprehensive after reading the largely negative reviews on hungrygowhere. the reviews on openrice & trip advisor though were pretty ok.
i recce on miz the day we went to praelm wine bistro at duxton hill on 1.8.2014. the place did not look so impressive.
anyhow my 2 groupons expire on 12.8.2014 so no option but to go today, on 11.8.2014.
as it turned out the food was really quite good.
the S$30 sashimi moriawase included 5 cuts of hotate (scallops), shake (salmon), maguro (tuna), hamachi (yellow tail) & kajiki(sword fish). all including hotatet were very fresh, certainly if you c/w say the quite poor kajiki & sashimi i had at olive restaurant on 15.1.2014. S$30 for a lot of quantity may not quite match sun with moon’s superb sashimi moriawase at S$29.80, but <S$15, it’s cheaper than buying from taka or meidi-ya at liang court.
we wanted to change our S$14 kaki furai order to the S$16 salmon belly after seeing our neighbour ordering the very fresh & tempting sashimi, but the proprietress mariko-san asked the kitchen & they had already started preparation, so we forgo that as we already hit the S$120 voucher value.
the S$18 ebi tempura had 6 prawns & the batter was good, crispy & light, a very competent to good tempura.
we ordered the unagi kebayaki – i think it was 1 of their signature dish. it was ok edible but to me not an unagi kebayaki dish at all, so i would not recommend this dish at all. when i saw the bill, i realised that they took the wrong order & it was shira yaki, so it was my fault. when in doubt, query!
another signature dish was oyster dynamite – 3 oysters for S$18. sounded expensive to me & not sure how the dynamite sauce & cheese turned out. so i opted for the usual kaki furai – 5 oysters fritters for S$14. this was good ok, not the standard of zen japanese cuisine ones we had recently on 21.7.2014, but ok.
we had ika teriyaki whole squid grilled (forgot to take photo). wouldn’t say it’s poor. jut so-so & not worth ordering as you could order other items like salmon belly etc.
the S$20 beef sukiyaki was ok, competent. S$20 would be expensive but <$10 after discount was pretty much ok.
our bill came to S$129.25 include 10% service & no GST. so since i paid S$56 for 2xS$60 groupons, i topped up S$9.25 & the meal for 3pax was S$65.25. that would be like S$18++pax & i think more than fair.
i chatted with mariko-san the proprietress. she was a busy, somewhat harried, competent lady, and in no way rude or unfriendly. i asked her which days were best to come for sashimi. she said tuesday & friday at first but then added that they had fresh sashimi every day as everything was sold. i quite believe her.
not sure if i would come this joint for ala carte if fully priced w/o groupon discounts, but they also have sets, bentos & lunch promotions etc, so i may explore a little more.
After not so good review from this forum, finally today I give it a try.
And this forum is right, the owner is very unfriendly, she not allow to pack left over food.
Very bad restaurant and will NEVER come to this horrible place again.