Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 12pm - 2.30pm (Last Order 2.15pm)
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 6pm - 10.30pm (Last Order 9.45pm)
*Kindly take note that Mikuni is closed on Wednesday & Sundays.
- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Families and Children Welcome
- Event Space
- Dietary Needs Catered For
- Business Lunch
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.
The food is great although it is pricy.
We enjoyed the evening at Mikuni, good food and sake.
As the saying goes , Quality food comes with a big price tag .. But I trust that every cent is worth whatever is served to us. We had a enjoyable evening. Service staff is attentive and professional.
All things being equal, the final measure of a restaurant of good repute boils down to its ability to hold its treasured clientele close to its bosom. And, that's possible only when all barriers between host and guests are completely removed and a bond is in place to see the guests return again and again.
The quality of food is getting worst. Sashimi is not fresh
My family regular restaurant for fine Japanese food.
Had high hopes as we walked in as since this was part of the Fairmont hotel. We were very disappointed by the quality and portion size of the food (and we are not big eaters). Sashimi cuts were very small for the price and was not fresh. The Wagyu Don - rice and meat was cold and the sea urchin as not fresh so we left all the ikura and urchin. Bill came to $370 full price for 2pax (and we were half full), even with 50% off due to AMEX Love Dining, we didn't feel it was worth the price. Would not return which is a shame because the atmosphere was very decent and it's in a good location. Oh - they also charge for any water (don't serve tap water).
Good ambience and good....but just a little bit expensive.
We went for 1 grand tasting set, Tokujo sashimi, Soft shell crab roll, and mains of Cod and Unagi. The sashimi platter ($198++) was amazing and the set ($245++) was decent, but price is on the high side -hence 2 stars for value for money. The roll was nothing special either at $24++. The main complaint for food however, was the main dishes. The Cod ($65++) and Unagi ($45++) was way too salty!!! We couldn't go past one bite without ordering rice to go with them. And even then, they were still too salty and almost unappetizing. The Unagi portion was generous but given how salty it was, it's a waste -we almost wished there was less. Service members were very pleasant, but nothing spectacular. We did not feel any additional effort to make customers comfortable, which would be nice for such a fancy place. Lastly for atmosphere, the place is sadly not being kept well -the decor has worsened since we last visited, such as decor just being pushed to one side. The tables we were assigned could not even align and had very visible "scratches?" on them. Could also do more for noise control.
It gets better and warmer each visit. Mikuni is now more than beauty. Exec Chef Keisuke-san, Manager Elaine-san, Supervisor Abegail-san and the rest of the super Mikuni team make great hosts, altogether. We'll be back in 50 hours.
I had my grand testing Omakase, seriously the beef is totally can’t make it . Abit disappointed . I have tried winter menu last two year and everything was great so I come back again for dinner . But this time abit disappointed .
The service is excellent. They made our wedding anniversary dinner memorable and unforgetable. Will definitely dine in Mikuni again. 👍👍👍
Food is excellent with a full range of Japanese sake
I somehow couldn’t book directly with the restaurant and had to go through Quandoo. Maybe I was ignorant though.
I wrote my comment during reservations but no reply and only got acknowledgment on payment. This will be an area to improve to address any customer's queries during booking, payment.
Food was excellent. Quality still tops and the beef was done just right. The presentation of the sashimi was excellent. The garlic fried rice was the best I have tried for teppanyaki. Kudos to the chefs.
The servings are a bit too small.
The food is not tasty
The service has been great and accommodating. Food was serviced promptly and it had been an enjoyable dinner.
Very attentive service provided. Wife absolutely love the food - presentation and taste
I would like to compliment Abegail for her warm and friendly service. Keep it up!
Disappointed that we were unable to order teppanyaki items from the ala carte menu. The previous menu was much wider.
Great food. Great service crew - attentive, polite and obliging. Elaine deserves special mention.
my favorite Japanessa restaurant. I will go again!!!!I love it for many many years