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Mikuni Revisited @ Fairmont Singapore

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Back at Mikuni with the littlest and I guess this visit was to test how child friendly Mikuni is and if it will be a constant in our future meals.

This visit we made a point to try dishes from all their counters again just to see if standard has been maintained since Chef Moon moved to Dubai.

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These ebi crackers have been welcoming us since we started patronizing Mikuni - I'm not a fan of these well worn out wooden sake cups though - the signs of wear and tear is too much. That said, the crackers are still addictive!

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Dragon Maki ($35) from their innovative sushi menu is for the adventurous. Prawn tempura and grilled eel in a roll and I'm not sure what the traditionalists would think of this bastardised version. Given that Mikuni is not a classic Japanese restaurant anyway, I'm not complaining - their rolls are actually really decent.

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Tamago Sushi ($10) just for the littlest and he definitely enjoyed this. You can make orders out of the menu like we did!



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Tsukune ($28)



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I miss their robatayaki and should have requested for seats infront of the Robatayaki! Grilled and glistened in teriyaki sauce, this is my must order alongside Kagoshima beef skewer!



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Garlic Rice ($12)
King Crab Fried Rice ($18)

These two teppanyaki counter favourites are worth trying - I've been ordering king crab fried rice for so long, I actually forgot how a normal garlic rice tastes like. Aromatic and fluffy, the rice is hardly oily and so tasty!

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Vegetables just because we need the greens.


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Tempura Vegetables ($18)
Tempura Moriawase ($38)

 The good thing about Mikuni is they cover an assortment of Japanese dishes and would have a dish for every palette yet this makes them a jack of all trades for some selections. Tempura is one of them - average though acceptable.

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Pork Katsu is another of those rather mediocre dishes, not the best eaten.

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Wagyu Don ($58) to end off this tummy busting meal with, look at the marbling of the beef!

We've reconciled with our favourites this visit and will be back for more.

Mikuni
Fairmont Singapore

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