896 Dunearn Road
#01-01G [email protected]
Singapore 589472

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11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

09:00am - 09:30pm

09:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

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Overall was a tasty dish, however it is quite pricy without the burpple one for one deal. Crabmeat penne was slightly firmer in texture than appreciated but they do give a decent amount of crabmeat and the white wine sauce is yummy. The Seafood risotto is very rich and has a lot of clams which is good! Would say that the seafood risotto is more value for money than the other. The staff are very nice as well :)

Super bad experience.
Restaurant with no integrity.
Felt so cheated.

Nice little cafe. Does walk ins only and although tables are a little too close together, the food was quite good to make up for the lack of ambience. We tried the prawns starter, ribs and the truffle kombu pasta. Worthwhile with the beyond deal.

Still one of the favourites at Mia Restaurant, as like their sister restaurant Eleven Strands, the Prawn Pesto Tagliatelle (S$28.00) was hearty delicious, thanks to the fresh homemade pesto sauce, the al dente handmade Tagliatelle (worth the S$3.00 add-on) and the perfectly seared prawns that felt so sensational as I bit into it.

Believe it or not, with the visible granules of pine nuts found in the pesto sauce, I could not help but use my spoon to discreetly scrape the bowl clean.


While it was true that their Sticky Date Pudding would be a very safe choice for a sweet ending to the meal, I would say that I had enjoyed their Warm Cookie Dough (S$14.00) because I dig chewy texture desserts that were executed well. With a scoop of vanilla ice cream atop the warm dessert, the melted cream added a new dimension of sweetness which was like having a nice parfait or trifle after a thumbs-up meal.


This had always been one of the dishes that I would like to try before I came here for a meal. The BBQ Baby Pork Ribs (S$26.00) was really juicy even after slow-cooked for numerous hours. Even though the bones could not be pulled out effortlessly, I appreciated the juiciness of the pork amidst the coating of their housemade BBQ sauce.