Food and Travel (Singapore) - - Out And About -

Yum Cha week­end brunches take on a re­fined spin at Mitzo Restau­rant & Bar. With serv­ings of lob­sters, abalone and bam­boo clam among the 40 se­lec­tions of del­i­ca­cies, dim sums and roasts avail­able, din­ers will def­i­nitely be spoilt for choice. To start, nine se­lec­tions of supreme del­i­ca­cies are avail­able for the pick­ing, in­clud­ing the Steamed Bam­boo Clam with Minced Gar­lic in Soya, and the Spicy Chilli Live Lob­ster served with Bun. The Stir-fried XO Abalone with As­para­gus and the Braised Abalone with Tofu are also pop­u­lar favourites, with each guest able to or­der one serv­ing from each cat­e­gory. On to the sig­na­tures, the Mitzo Spe­cial Bar­be­cued Pork is a suc­cu­lent treat, while the novel Es­car­got Cheese Puff is an adorable treat for the lit­tle one. Other dishes like Har Gao, Siew Mai and Cus­tard Moon Bun, al­though sta­ples at ev­ery dim sum meal, are served with artis­tic flair. Chef Nicky Ng’s nour­ish­ing Dou­ble­boiled soup is def­i­nite must-try, while a se­lec­tion of wok dishes, such as the Braised Truffles Pork and the Stir-fried Beef Cube in Black Pep­per Sauce, prom­ise to be a whole­some af­fair, along with the Braised Duck with Pulled Noo­dles. Save room for dessert, as none other than the cov­eted Hokkaido Milk Cheese Tart joins the new as­sort­ment of dishes at Mitzo. Or for some­thing a lit­tle more tra­di­tional, the Aloe Vera with Os­man­thus Jelly would be a re­fresh­ing way to wrap up the deca­dent feast.

Level 4, Grand Park Or­chard, 270 Or­chard Road. Tel: 65/6603 8855

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