Mitzo breaks the mould of Chinese dining by combining a contemporary take on Cantonese cuisine with an artisanal cocktail programme. Ideally located on the main artery of Orchard Road, Mitzo is the next destination hotspot. Situated on the fourth floor of the Grand Park Orchard Hotel, Mitzo is surrounded by full length windows that lets in plenty of natural light, resulting in an atmosphere that is at once inviting and vibrant, while the experience remains intimate and casual. When night falls, like a true chameleon, Mitzo takes on the persona of a modern supper club, blurring the lines between restaurant, cocktail bar and club.
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270 Orchard Road
Level 4 Grand Park Orchard
Singapore 238857

Thursday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 01:00am

Friday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 01:00am

Saturday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 01:00am

Sunday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

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~$70/pax

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Abalone with truffle rice.

For the weekend brunch at Mitzo, you get 1 special orders of abalone, lobster and bamboo clams each. Here is the braised abalone with truffle rice. This was cooked to perfection. However this also marks the beginning of a truffle over kill....there were way too many dishes using truffles!

Baked cheese tart.

This is probably one of the better desserts on the brunch buffet menu. The tart is rich and creamy. However you can squeeze a little lemon on to the tart to cut through the richness of the tart.

Mitzo's signature char siew.

This a very interesting piece of char siew. There's a sugary glaze on the crust that's kinda like a brûlée. It gives a sugary crunch while the meat itself is very fatty. This taste very much like a dessert honestly, almost sugar high inducing. If you are not a fan of sweet stuff, this isn't for you. I like this but I think too much of it can be a little jelat.

Mitzo Dim Sum Brunch Buffet.

At $68/pax, you get free flow orders of dishes and dim sums. Here's a really cute Dim sum dish, Escargot cheese puff. Oozy cheese with Savoury escargot, a unique combination for dim sum.

Yes, it's #ChineseNewYear in November!

Having #GrandParkOrchard #MitzoSG's fancy Kanpachi Kingfish Yusheng with 'Pearls of Prosperity' (lychee caviar). The dressing is also shaken in a cocktail shaker before being poured over. #MediaInvite

Weekend Brunch ($68++)

Prepare your belly for this all-you-can-eat dim sum brunch of fine dining quality. Mitzo is not an average yum cha place. They beautify dim sum with an artisanal flair and serve contemporary Cantonese cuisine. We enjoyed so many delectable dishes and regretted for not visiting sooner.

One of the highlights is definitely Mitzo's signature char siew which made so many of us falling in love with that caramelized bbq exterior and tender meat layered with devilishly delicious fat. Feast on the usual dim sum suspects, wok dishes, soup and desserts. Let me remind you, it is free flow. 😄 And don't miss out on indulging in delicacies like lobsters, abalone, and bamboo clams too (even though these can be ordered once only). #BurppleBestBuffet

Chilled Avocado Milkshake ($12)

Served with a fried sesame dumpling. The perfect end to a good meal at Mitzo, the desserts are definitely eye candy and are a more refined version of the same favourite desserts commonly served elsewhere. This tasted much like an atas version of Mr. Avocado Milkshake, except slightly thicker. My only gripe was that there wasn't quite enough—says the dessert glutton.
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Steamed Dim Sum Platter ($28).

This set includes 2 X 3 types of dim sum, one of which is this Royal Shrimp Dumpling—my favourite dim sum taken to a new level with caviar. 😋 I could eat this everyday… if only I could get spoilt like this everyday. 😅
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Just a teaser.

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Got to try out Mitzo's new cocktails, one of which is presented in this teapot. Any guesses what's inside?
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For a Decadent Dim Sum Brunch

On weekends and public holidays, this contemporary restaurant in the heart of Orchard serves up a decadent dim sum brunch ($68). The menu offers unlimited servings of over 40 selections of dim sum along with wok and seafood dishes — knock yourself out with items ranging from the classic (think shrimp dumplings and char siew buns) to the creative, like escargot cheese puffs and black pepper cod fish dumplings. Be sure not to miss Mitzo's much loved special barbecue pork. It comes perfectly charred with a slightly crystallised exterior and tender meat that's just the right amount of lean and fat... yum! End your meal with a delightful Hokkaido milk cheese tart. Pro tip: If you intend to make an afternoon of this, top up $60 per person for free flow of cocktails, champagne, wines and beer.
Avg Price: $70 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Justin Teo

Last day to go to Sugar & Spice; Everything's Nice at @mitzosg.

Here's the highly-rated Mitzo Special BBQ Pork. Tender, melt in your mouth piece of heaven, coated in sweet glaze. I think it's the best charsiu I've ever eaten! The soft-shell crab with curry floss was as awesome left me wanting for more 🦀🦀🦀
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$58++ per person
$88++ per person with 2x cocktail pairing
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This was taken at a media tasting.

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Starting my birthday celebration with a bang.

The service here was amazing and we were extremely pleased with every single dish, especially the charsiew. Oh, the charsiew with creme brûlée crust was mind blowing. And truffle duck... 😱😋 #sgfood #dryice #dessert #burpple

Mitzo Restaurant Week Menu [$58/pax or $88/pax with 2 Cocktails]

Part 2 of Mitzo's Restaurant Week 4-Course Dinner Menu is a comforting bowl of Abalone Red Date Soup with Chicken and Aged Yellow Cucumber. A healthy and nourishing light tasting soup though the chicken pieces could have been more tender.

Mitzo is participating in this year's Restaurant Week, which will be running from 22 to 30 October for lunch and dinner. Head on to www.restaurantweek.sg to make your reservations!

Thank you to @mitzosg for the warm hospitality and @burpple for the kind invite! 🙆🏻

Mitzo Restaurant Week Menu [$58/pax or $88/pax with 2 Cocktails]

Part 4 of Mitzo's Restaurant Week 4-Course Dinner Menu ends it all off with a Chilled Almond Longan Tea Served with Bird Nest, which was lightly sweetened and a refreshing finish to the meal.

Mitzo is participating in this year's Restaurant Week, which will be running from 22nd to 30th October for lunch and dinner. Head on to www.restaurantweek.sg to make your reservations!

Thank you to @mitzosg for the warm hospitality and @burpple for the kind invite! 🙆🏻

Mitzo Restaurant Week Menu [$58/pax or $88/pax with 2 Cocktails]

Part 1 of Mitzo's Restaurant Week 4-Course Dinner Menu is the Mitzo Signatures Platter - Deep-fried Soft Shell Crab with Curry Floss and Mitzo Special Barbecued Pork.

Soft shell crab was fried well with its meat still tender but please turn your attention to those 3 unassuming squares of char siew. I've heard so much about it before this and no disappointment because it was the bomb! Glistening under the lights was its sweet caramelised crackling skin, with the ratio of fats and meat so on point. It's a no brainer why this is Mitzo's signature dish!

Mitzo is participating in this year's Restaurant Week, which will be running from 22nd to 30th October for lunch and dinner. Head on to www.restaurantweek.sg to make your reservations!

Thank you to @mitzosg for the warm hospitality and @burpple for the kind invite! 🙆🏻

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