Miam Miam High Tea Set

Miam Miam is a French –Japanese Café kitchen that offers casual dinning with adorable pricing in shopping malls. The brand itself is well-known with soufflés and big portioning of foods. It is also well-received in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.1Miam Miam Bugis

So, I am here the other day for their upcoming new high tea sets and desserts. I was served with choice of drinks. I decided to try the Yuzu Jello Soda S$7.80++ which turned out to be a good choice. A Light and refreshing beverage to consider other than the green tea latte.

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The high tea sets include Solo High Tea Set S$12.90 with a choice of dessert from the menu and a cup of coffee or tea.

High Tea Platter for 2 S$26.90 includes 3 premium savoury and 7 sweet treats and any 2 drinks from Miam Miam’s coffee or tea menu.

High Tea Platter for 4 S$48.90 includes 6 premium savoury and 14 sweet treats and any 4 drinks from Miam Miam’s coffee or tea menu.

I would say the price is affordable compare to high tea sets in hotel. So, if you wish to enjoy the moment with your friends or family over the tea session., I think the price is affordable and valuable in the sense. Among the sweet treats include chocolate cake, mango mousse, cream puff, fruit tart and cheesecake. As for the savoury, Miam Miam serves chicken mayonnaise and ham and cheese with croissant.1Miam Miam Bugis 4

Houjicha Pancake S$13.80++. Although the presentation looks instagram worthy, the pancake texture was dried and rough. Houjicha cream smells fragrance and taste good with mochi balls combination and syrups over the pancake.1Miam Miam Bugis 5

Yuzu Pancake S$12.80++ topped with crunchy sesame crumbs, yuzu jelly and served with vanilla softee. It was a disappointing one when the pancake is not within the expectation.1Miam Miam Bugis 3

Panna Cotta S$7.90++ capped off with mix berries compote. It was quite disappointing. The texture was hard.

If you wish to give a try on their desserts, it is available throughout the whole day. As for the high tea set menu, it will only be available from Monday to Friday 2.30pm to 5.30pm/

And if you wish to bring your mum for high tea session, Miam Miam is having Mother’s Day High Tea Promotion at Miam Miam. All you need to do is to bring your mum to Miam Miam and take a wefie with her and post on Miam Miam’s Facebook to enjoy 30% off High Tea Platter for 2. This promotion is applicable from 8 May to 10 May 2015 at 2.30pm to 5.30pm.

I do hope Miam Miam will work on the improvements of the desserts texture although I think they did a good job with the combination/ pairing of desserts ingredients.

Miam Miam Outlets

#02-14 Bugis Junction

200 Victoria Street

Singapore 188021

Tel: 6837 0301

#01-21/22 Westgate

3 Gateway Drive

Singapore 608532

Tel: 6369 96008

Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday 11:30AM – 10:00PM

Website: www.miam.sg

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/miam.sg

Instagram: @miammiam.sg

Do.Main Bakery

Do.Main Bakery is the brainchild of Chef Frederic Deshaves and Chef Stephane Istel . In Do.Main, you can enjoy the artisan breads, pastries and their recently launched savory items for breakfast, lunch and dinner.1Domain Bakery 4 1Domain Bakery 3

Thanks Jenny & Chef Frederic for hosting us the session. Here are what we tried that night:-

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We started off with soup of the day with toasted bread S$6.50. The soup was mashed green pea soup with bits of bacon.1Domain Bakery 7

Charcuterie Platter S$20.00 with a combination of duck and pistachio pate, pork rillette and kurobuta ham served with breads. It is best to share as the portion is quite filling. And there is gherkin by the side to balance off the tastebud.1Domain Bakery 10

Tartiflette “Reblochon” with bacon and potato S$16.00. My personal favourite with the generous pungent cheese spread evenly. It has the salty taste from the bacon and blends well with small bits of potates.1Domain Bakery 8

Octopus Romesco Salad on Sourdough toasted bread S$15.00. It is served with springy fresh octopus and paired with the red pepper based romesco sauce. The combination gives a refreshing taste of sandwich.1Domain Bakery 9

Mac & Cheese with Baked Ravioli and Comte Cheese S$14.00. Nicely baked cheese with cooked ravioli made the dish taste savory.1Domain Bakery 11

Red wine oxtail stew pie S$12.00 is a creation of chef Stephane and Chef Frederic collaboration. It has the Chinese mooncake shape as presentation but when you get a taste of it, the tender oxtail stew gives you a good kick. The crispy crust thickness is just perfect to fill the fillings.1Domain Bakery 2 1Domain Bakery 1

After enjoying the savory dishes, we move on to the fresh pastries. As the display counters filled with all kinds of pastries, we tried Paris Brest, Salted Caramel Éclair and gluten-free chocolate cake and a white coffee-infused cake. I am a chocolate lover and gluren-free chocolate cake is definitely my favourite. And salted caramel éclair is pretty awesome too with it’s well balanced sweetness in the filling.1Domain Bakery 12

We also get the opportunity to tour around the kitchen. Chef Frederic also shared with us that all savouries and pastries are prepared using the huge ovens. It’s pretty cool, right?

On top of all these, Do.Main has a private room on level 2 which can be used as private party and functions. They are in the midst of getting the place setup so there is no visual photos to share. Nevertheless, do check out their facebook for the updates if you are planning to have any upcoming functions or events.

Do.Main Bakery
226 Tanjong Katong Road
Tel: 6348-1406
Tues-Sun 8am-9pm

House of Peranakan Petit @ Tiong Bahru

I was invited by Eileen courtesy of Roy for the food tasting session at House of Peranakan Petit which is located along Eng Hoon Street. It is situated at Tiong Bahru neighbourhood where it is known with cafes and heritage architectural buildings. We were told that Eng Hoon Street is used to be peranakan enclave and you would be surprised that the neighbourhood around that area is still filled with peranakan residents. Refreshing drink to kick start for the dinner :)

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We started off with Ngoh Hiang S$12.00. Nicely presented comfort food and commonly found in any zi char cuisine. Nevertheless, the taste here is good too.1House of Peranakan Petit 2

Steamed Otah S$12.00 is definitely a must try dish if you are here. Can you imagine it is steamed with 20 layers of ingredients to be serve on the table? One of the ingredient is pure mackerel fish. The rest remains as mystery as it is family recipe.1House of Peranakan Petit 3

Bob’s Pork Bun S$10.00 served with 2 buns. The name Bob’s the  actually the name of the owner and he is also the one who created the menu and recipes. The pork meat is nicely braised with compliments of soft steamed buns.1House of Peranakan Petit 5

Scallops Lemak S$28.00 is one of my favourite. The scallops are imported from japan and freshly prepared with the gravy. The chef did a wonderful job on the gravy as it is mixed with coconut and spices that gives you a kick after that. It is best to enjoy it warm with a bowl of white rice.1House of Peranakan Petit 71House of Peranakan Petit 6

Ayam Buah Keluak S$18.00 served with boneless chicken which is well-braised with the buah keluak. Understand from the chef that the buah keluak is mixed with special spices (consists of 7 different types of ingredients). It takes an effort to prepare this dish.1House of Peranakan Petit 8

Sambal fish S$16.00 is served with wide spread of sambal on top of the fish. Crispy skin with rempah stuffed within the fish. It enhances the fragrance taste of the fish meat and perfectly well with the spicy sambal. Sambal lovers will enjoy the kick of it.1House of Peranakan Petit 9 1House of Peranakan Petit 10 1House of Peranakan Petit 12 1House of Peranakan Petit 11

Lastly, we have the Gula Melaka Sago Pudding S$6.50 with a scoop of coconut ice-cream. Pulut Hitam S$4.50 which is rich in taste and Durian Chendol S$8.50 to end the wonderful dinner. And lastly the Ubi Kayu S$6.00 which is steamed tapioca balls topped with grated coconut as a sweet note.

House of Peranakan Petit

42 Eng Hoo Street

Tiong Bahru Estate

Singapore 169785

Tel: 6222 1719

Opening Hours: Lunch 12:00PM- 3:00PM / Dinner 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Closed on Tuesday

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/houseofperanakan

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