In conjunction with Singapore's 49th Birthday, Miam Miam has launched the Singapore Soufflé Pancake, that is adapted from Miam Miam’s best-selling Original Soufflé Pancake. Freshly baked, with batter made from scratch, the heart-shaped pancake is prepared à la minute and free for any diner who comes dressed in red and white and orders any main course*, valid till 17 August 2014.
*limited to one pancake per transaction!
The thick and fluffy pancake is one of its kind! Seated on top on strawberry sauce, and served with maple syrup, the pancake is soft and spongy, simply delightful.
And of course, that's not all, here's sharing my review on other dishes tried at Miam Miam Bugis Junction outlet:
We started off with French Salad and Soups as starters.
French Salad - S$6.50
This is pretty much of a caesar salad, love the well grilled black pepper duck meat which is so tender. I could have this just as a main course on days I prefer to have a light meal. Highly Recommended!
Clam Chowder Soup - S$5.80
The Clam Chowder Soup is chockful of ingredients, but I find the potatoes are rather hard, would have prefer it to be softer and would have prefer the soup to be of slightly thicker texture.
Minestrone Soup - S$5.80
Love the flavoursome Minestrone Soup, it is simply appetising. Recommended!
Both soups are served with a slice of butter toast bread, love its softness, is especially yummy when dipped into the Clam Chowder Soup.
Ice Matcha Latte with Matcha Softee - $8.80
I had the Ice Matcha Latte with Matcha Softee which is pretty decent, however, the taste of latte is rather faint, nonetheless, I enjoyed the drink as it is not overly sweet.
Miam Miam Spagetti - S$15.80
The Spagetti, sauteed with frankfurters, tomatoes, baby spinach and bacon and toss with french butter, secret broth and shoyu, is prepared in aglio olio style. Love how the taste turns out after mixing with the runny egg, it sort of tone down the saltiness of the shoyu-based spagetti and enhance the smoothness of the spagetti.
Chicken Teriyaki Spagetti - S$15.80
Chicken Teriyaki Spaghetti comes with a combination of teriyaki chicken, Japanese leeks, mushrooms and seaweed. I personally prefer this to Miam Miam Spagetti. Though I'm never a leek lover, I love the rest of the combination! The teriyaki chicken is well marinated, together with mushrooms and the sesame seeds, is such a great combination, something that I would go back for again. Despite being a non garlic lover, I had to admit the garlic plays an important role in adding flavours to the spagetti. Highly Recommended!
Riz Au Curry - S$15.50
Just by looking at what's in the pot, I'm already feeling hungry. The baked rice with homemade Japanese curry that is made up of 33 ingredients, pork frankfurters, broccoli, cheese and egg is simply delectable. After mixing everything, it looks pretty much like baby food, as suggested by Jem, may be a bit gross to some... Nonetheless, it is flavourful! Recommended!
Soufflé De Nuage - $15.50
I always thought Soufflé is a dessert dish, never expect it to be paired up with baked rice, giving a sweet & savoury taste combination. The Soufflé is of an airy and foamy texture of the egg and cheese mixture and it simply melts in your mouth! Can I have the airy Soufflé by itself?
Croque Madame - S$8.80
Love the witty description on the menu - "Behind every successful man, there is a Madame, and she has an egg". Well, the Croque Madame is essentially a Croque Monsieur (a classic French ham and cheese sandwich), just that it has a sunny side up egg on top! The Croque Madame that comes with a side of salad, is simply scrumptious! Highly Recommended!
Vanilla Soufflé - S$9.80
The Vanilla Soufflé is actually well risen and simply delightful, it has a denser texture as compared to the airy Soufflé De Nuage! I think I have taken too long to adjust the camera setting that it started to sink in. I would thought that it might be too sweet for my liking, but surprisingly, the sweetness is moderate. They have Chocolate Soufflé and Matcha Soufflé too if vanilla is not of your liking. Highly Recommended!
Famous French Toast - S$9.80
The Famous French Toast is a hot favourite among my surrounding friends! I was told that it is a must to go with the whipped cream. So I first tried just with maple syrup, then another added whipped cream. And after comparing the two, I can understand why it is highly recommended to go with the whipped cream. The homemade whipped cream, unlike the usual texture from what we usually ate, is of much thicker texture yet it tasted light with a hint of sweetness, simply a heavenly combination with the toast and maple syrup! Even for someone like me, who usually try avoid whipped cream, would highly recommend to have the toast to go with the whipped cream. Highly Recommended!
BTW, the dessert may take up to 30 mins as they are made from scratch and prepared upon order. Miam Miam usually do not take reservations, thus it may be advisable to be earlier than usual dining timing to avoid the crowd. But now they are taking lunch reservation on Mon - Thu for a start, for a group of min. 3 pax to max. 20 pax.
Miam Miam Outlets
Miam Miam @ Bugis Junction (Outside BHG)
200 Victoria Street,
#02-14 Bugis Junction,
Tel: 65-6837 0301
Miam Miam @ Westgate
3 Gateway Drive
Tel: 65-6369 9065
Monday – Friday: 11:30 am to 10:00 pm
Saturday – Sunday: 11:30 am to 10:00 pm