Miam Miam Hot
Inspired by the grace & old-school charms of French Cafes & Japanese Kissatens, Miam Miam promises a delicious culinary experience through & through.
Bringing you the freshest, farm-sourced ingredients & flavors of Japanese cuisines together with our French artisanal cooking techniques, Miam Miam takes true pride in bringing the best of both French & Japanese cuisines to you.
#02-14 Bugis Junction,
200 Victoria Street,
Miam Miam @ Westgate
3 Gateway Drive
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User rating summary from: 4 user(s)
Just like the cute sound of the cafe’s name, Miam Miam is a French-Japanese fusion cafe serving cute and snapchat-worthy food.
My favourite is the Souffle De Nauge, a fluffy souffle cheese baked rice that has the outward texture of soap suds and bubbles. Once you poke your fork into it, it exudes an aroma bomb of hot fragrant cheese, although the taste is a tad bit disappointing after all the anticipation. The cheese was too light and the souffle wasn’t substantial enough to leave a lasting impression, although the texture was really something unlike any other. Nonetheless, it is still a good place if you like cool concept foods!
A rather busy outlet at the new shopping mall, which sells Japanese style French food. At first planned to try its Souffle De Nuage which was tomato sautéed rice topped with fluffy clouds of egg and cheese but was unavailable. Interesting to find a button on the table to press for service. Please note that the plain water was chargeable at $2++ a bottle.
Miam Miam Spaghetti ($15.80++)
Spaghetti sautéed with frankfurters, tomatoes, baby spinach and bacon. Tossed with French butter, secret broth and shoyu. Tasted quite nice and when mixed with the poached egg, it tasted even creamier.
Riz Au Curry ($15.50++)
Baked rice with homemade Japanese curry, pork frankfurters, broccoli cheese and egg. A 20 minutes wait for this dish. The curry tended to be on the salty side. Served in a quite small pot.
Miam Miam Haze Aka London Fog ($6.80++)
Earl grey tea with steamed milk and homemade vanilla syrup. Tasted quite weak with none of the vanilla flavour nor the earl grey flavour.
Hot Matcha Latte ($6.80++)
Stone grinded top grade Japanese Matcha, delicately steamed with milk. Tasted weak to me.
For dessert, we had
Vanilla Oven Baked French Soufflés ($9.80)
Made with homemade vanilla custard and folded with light and airy meringue. Very soft and nice.
Famous French Toast ($9.80++)
A waiting time of 30 mintues. Cubes of soft and sweet toast, topped with whipped cream and served with syrup. Felt that there was no need for the syrup as it was quite sweet on its own.
Overall not bad. But quite long waiting for food and long queue for a table.
Will be back to try other items!
The decor at Miam Miam is nothing short of whimsical and alluring. If it weren't so packed all the time, I would love to just sit and chill with a few girl friends after an entire day of shopping. This space stands out in and of itself. I like the casual, cosy ambience there though it can be rather noisy amidst all the hustling and bustling. Not a place for romantic date nights for sure!
My friend and I were super psyched to try the food at Miam Miam because all the pretty pictures we saw on Instagram just wouldn't get out of our heads! As we were there at tea-time, we ordered the must-try item touted by Miam Miam - The French Toast. It was surely instagram-worthy but it didn't live up to all the hype. It was a little too oily and the biggest disappointment for me was that the white ball that sat on top of the French toast turned out to be clotted cream, not ice-cream!
Service was considerably slow and the queue was substantial. We kept ourselves busy by peering over, checking out what other diners there ordered, then making a mental note of what we can order the next time round. Will definitely return to try other items that have been highly raved by the plethora of food reviews I've seen.
Be prepared to queue for seats, if you're heading to the Bugis Junction outlet. I haven't ventured to the one at Westgate just because it's too far.
Ma Ma Miam
Located in the bustling mall of Bugis Junction, this French-Japanese fusion bistro stands out for its unique design. When I first chanced upon it, the French styled chairs, tables and cutlery caught my eye. It's sleek and classy feel was the reason why I got lured.
Me and my girlfriend; on our usual weekly dates, ordered a Mac and Cheese and their speciality- Miam Miam Spaghetti. For the Mac and Cheese, it's strong point is it's crispy cheese crust and generous serving of cheese. Pretty much what you expect of a Mac and Cheese. As for the Miam Miam Spaghetti, I would highly recommend it. It really refreshes your taste buds. It had a unique flavour akin to garlic. On top of that, it is served with a poached egg, frankfurters (German sausages) and strips of bacon. Other than the cold poached egg, overall, I enjoyed the Miam Miam Spaghetti a lot. It was flavourful and a pleasure to masticate.
In general, Miam Miam is a good place to chill and have great Euro-Asian food. It's affordable price and unique flavours is what's keeping customers to queue and come back for more. Definitely a place I would come back to.