Mitzo

T. Dining by Singapore Tatler - - Chinese/modern -

For the non-tra­di­tion­al­ist diner, this restau­rant is a des­ti­na­tion. The first thing you’ll no­tice is the el­e­gant set­ting, which is an­chored by mes­meris­ing iri­des­cent glass pan­els that you won’t be able to take your eyes off. You’ll also no­tice the un­con­ven­tional lay­out of the space; in­stead of a large din­ing hall as in most tra­di­tional Chi­nese restau­rants, Mitzo has smaller din­ing spa­ces with no more than six ta­bles, widely spaced for max­i­mum pri­vacy. The food is also rel­a­tively un­con­ven­tional—from a mor­eish plate of rock sugar-crusted bar­be­cued meat (a sig­na­ture dish that’s slightly charred and smoky to keep you reach­ing for more) to the rich braised fish maw with seafood in car­rot broth, which also com­prises cubed sea cu­cum­ber, prawns and shred­ded crab meat. In terms of ser­vice, the seg­re­gated lay­out is a bit chal­leng­ing for staff, who have to spread them­selves out to the var­i­ous sec­tions to en­sure they at­ten­tively tend to din­ers.

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