Riz Au Curry features rice baked with a Japanese curry sauce topped with sausages and a sunny side-up. Interestingly, the whole thing came together even though i was initially quite skeptical. However, the portion seemed a little too small for the pricing.
A unique dish you probably wouldn't be able to find elsewhere is the Souffle De Nuage - home-style fresh tomato sauteed rice topped with fluffy clouds of egg and cheese. The texture of the egg was extremely fluffy and the baking technique retained the moisture within.
For dessert, we tried the Apple and Granola Pancake and the Matcha Pancake. Both were equally good when served hot but tasted a tad starchy and chewy after we left it to sit for about 10 minutes. Matcha lovers have the option of substituting the coffee jelly with red bean.
To sum it up, i'm not quite sure if Miam Miam does their food or dessert better. While i have some doubts about some of their dishes, Miam Miam's structured style of cooking is bound to draw crowds who enjoy comfortable food.
200 Victoria Street
Bugis Junction, #02-14
This was an invited media tasting.