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12 votes

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Mon - Fri: 18:00 - 00:00

Sun: 18:00 - 00:00

Closed: Sat

$48 based on 7 reviews
Mimigar is offering authentic and delicious Japanese cuisine with Okinawa flavours. Okinawan diet is believed to offer health benefits, especially longevity. See what foodies like this place for
Sylvia Tan • 26 Mar 201222 reviews 43 followers

Mimigar at the Gallery Hotel is an izakaya; a Japanese pub serving small plates of food and alcohol, much like a Spanish tapas bar. And a worthy one at that.
It’s a cosy space – from the bar counter, chefs can be seen preparing items from the menu of salty eats. The food is Okinawan, hence dominated by pork, a sign of Chinese influence.
The menu is detailed and exotic, as demonstrated by our 15-plus chosen dishes: we started off...

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    Sylvia Tan • 26 Mar 201222 reviews 43 followers

    Mimigar at the Gallery Hotel is an izakaya; a Japanese pub serving small plates of food and alcohol, much like a Spanish tapas bar. And a worthy one at that.
    It’s a cosy space – from the bar counter, chefs can be seen preparing items from the menu of salty eats. The food is Okinawan, hence dominated by pork, a sign of Chinese influence.
    The menu is detailed and exotic, as demonstrated by our 15-plus chosen dishes: we started off...

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    jjtomi • 11 Jan 2010450 reviews 0 followers

    The first time that struck me about Okinawa was their warm and cozy ambience and the next thing I noticed was the large numbers of Japanese diners so I reckoned the food must be up to standard. Well, I was right, the food was indeed great and I loved the Rayu-Ae and Tuna Souman but wait, what is this pig ear thingy about..ee. Anyway the bittergourd tofu was good too and the service was ichiban!

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    I-S Magazine • 30 Nov 2009103 reviews 5 followers

    Well known for its fountain-of-youth-like properties, the Okinawan diet has become popular among many Singaporeans hoping to eat their way younger. To understand more about this seemingly magical cuisine that promises to endow one with everlasting good health (and maybe great looks to boot), we went to this genuine Okinawan restaurant in the Gallery Hotel. And we were not disappointed. A good first sign of authenticity was that the placemat menus were entirely in Japanese, which was probably fine for...

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