you & mìmì 秘密
A unique blend between tradition and modernism
Set against Clarke Quay's storied backdrop of oriental intrigue, mìmì 秘密 is a swanky and chic Modern Chinese restaurant by the award-winning lifestyle and F&B company, 1-Group.
Located at on the upper floor of The Riverhouse - mìmì 秘密 is the only 1 out of 2 conserved Chinese mansions in Singapore where you can dine, wine and unwind.
REDEFINING THE FUTURE OF FOOD
Matsutake Mushroom Inari with Phuture Meat
(available on our menu)
Made using Phuture Plant-based Meat!
100% made from plants. Phuture Meat satisfies like real minced meat, and is also environmentally friendly!
The ingredients are carefully selected for their nutritional value. Phuture Minced has all the nutrients that meat provides, such as essential amino acids, Vitamin B12 and Iron without the unhealthy high saturated fats, cholesterol and antibiotics.
IN THE KITCHEN
Under the creative direction of Chef Sam Chong and Executive Culinary Director Chef Daniel Koh, this duo lends more than 20 years of culinary experience and boasts seasoned skills and expertise across various areas of Chinese cuisine. With an emphasis on sharing, diners can expect modern renditions of old and forgotten dishes.
Executive Culinary Director
Chef Daniel plays a key role in polishing the modern Chinese tapas narrative – resulting in the sorting of dishes according to cooking method for ease of ordering, and the addition of his award-winning Salmon Medallions dish, tweaked to match the restaurant's modern Chinese tapas style.
Chef Daniel has served on several televised cooking competitions on Channel 8 such as Neighbourhood Chef 1 and 2 (邻里厨王 1 和 2) and is currently filming a new cooking programme which focuses on elevating our local cuisine.
At Mimi, Chef Sam conceptualised the modern Chinese tapas menu featuring old and forgotten dishes – presented in a contemporary small plates fashion. Including newfangled technology such as espuma alongside traditional handcrafted techniques, Chef Sam has brought married history and modernity successfully at Mimi.