Monday – Saturday 12:00nn – 2:30pm (last order 2pm)
Monday – Saturday 6:30pm – 10:30pm (last order 10pm)
- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Families and Children Welcome
A name that means “Three Kingdoms”, Mikuni offers a culinary tour through exquisite creations from its three stunning Teppanyaki, Sushi and Robatayaki live stations, each helmed by a master chef, that highlight the most premium of seasonal Japanese produce. Be delighted with Mikuni’s multi-sensory dining experience and savour novel and exciting modern kaiseki dishes that seamlessly blend modern and century-old Japanese culinary techniques with a dash of theatrical humour.
This is the 4th time I'm here. Service has always been tip top. Food is of excellent quality. However this time round, I'm a little disappointed with the food, both the steak and garlic fried rice already turned cold when being served. Not looking for hot directly from the stove but at least should feel that it has not been left to cool before being served. Every time I would feel that I had a satisfied meal but sadly not this time round. The taste is still of reasonable standard but if it's warmer, it would have been the same good standard that I have always enjoyed.
Was very disappointed with the service attitude and the manners of the servers!!! It took nearly two hours to serve the food and we waited for hours before the food came. The manager was not friendly at all and no one apologised. The restaurant used to have very friendly staff and that was one of the important reasons that we always like to dine in Mikuni.
The food is fresh and oishi. Place is usually crowded and better to book/reserve in advance before lunch.
Great place great experience
Staff was very good and friendly. Just seemed a little short handed today. Value for money only because of the Amex Platinum Card discount!!
Sushi counter chef Calvin is really good! All the dishes prepared by him left such good experience for me & my wife. High recommended and definitely will be back because of him!
Asked for sushi to be cooked. It came back torched. After 2nd time, the scallop was still soft inside. It should have been cooked on the teppanyaki. Service a bit slow
After the front desk lady brought us to our seats, there was no menu shared with us. We had to get another staff who then shared the wonderful menu and staff was good with the menu and made a few good recommendations. Just that there seem to be a gap from seating us down to sharing of the menu seems disjointed. Generally, Food was good, Chef Eric was good and friendly. Highly likely to go back.
Good place and nice food. Price abit on the high side
Good service and food is oishii desu
Elaine provided wonderful customer service
Thank you Mikuni for accommodating to our big group of 12 pax and our request for beef in our set. We enjoyed the delicious meal. Special thanks to Elaine !
Service level somewhat were rather impersonal, which doesn't befit that of an exquisite Japanese restaurant. We frequently dined in well-known Japanese restaurants in Taipei where we were impressed with the genuine commitment and enthusiasm shown by all the service staff, including the chefs, servers and ushers. The experience were so wonderful, given the spontaneous interaction with everyone in the restaurants, in addition to the good quality food. At Mikuni, we were also surprised by the sequence of the dishes served. For example, we had expected the fried rice to come after the meat (beef) and miso soup to come in the early stage. It's the norm that for teppayaki, fried rice is always served last. But it wasn't so. Also, we were dismayed by only green tea ice cream. No other choice of flavour. Dessert should come with another beverage, especially for all reputable Japanese restaurants To make matters worse, everything were served in a rush as though hinting to us to quickly leave and make way for other diners waiting. This is really bad after-taste. Lastly, the ladies outside at the reception just ignored us when we were on the way out after our meal. Rather cold and unfriendly. This visit was not our 1st time there. Too bad, that experience made us hesitate to patronise your well-known establishment again. At least not in the near future...... unless...... Please note PDPA ruling. I reviewed in view of the invitation.
Overall experience was great - except for the fact that the staff were surprised when we mentioned that we had reserved a table at the live counter itself, and it required them 10-15mins to set it up, even though at the time of reservation we clearly mentioned our request.
Thank you Chef Eric for the awesome food. You are great cook, friendly and entertaining. Good job.
we ordered Live Boston lobster and was asked by waitress if we wanted any rice to get with it and so we ordered garlic fried rice, yet, the main dish was served first without the rice and we had to checked with the waitress before we got the rice and while waiting, the lobster had gone cold. Really disappointed. Could have timed the food better. We ordered red wine too and waitress forgot to serve us. Wasn’t a full house so I am not sure how come it is so hard to keep up with our orders.
There are many Japanese restaurants in Singapore. To stay competitive, a regular update of menu is important.
Quality and standard is very good.
Good teppanyaki chef. The prawns and wagyu beef were yummy and credit goes to the superb culinary skills of the chef. He looks cheerful too. I understand from the serving staff that his name is Eric. Good service from the waiter Jason. Overall it was a good dining experience
The plates in front of the tepoanyaki chef is obstructive n the chef presentation could have been more professional
the set lunch that i had was at best mediocre. The fish was a tiny piece though cooked well. The prawns - i could see some grey bits slabbed with some mayo, and i am still wondering if it was uncooked? The scallop was such a disappointment! Tasteless! Didn't feel that i had a good lunch at all, sad to say! And green tea at $5 a pop?
The service crew is very friendly.