Matcha Bravarois

$7.80 ยท 10 Reviews

I think many people know I hardly go back to restaurants, and I was impressed enough the first time by only the matcha pudding that I came back for a second time and absolutely loved the food, from then misato became my No1 recommendation for reasonably priced and super authentic jap. It's a miracle how good they were while they were struggling financially, unfortunately now that they gained popularity their standards have slipped.

The egg was overcooked, the ikura wasn't fresh. The other roes were good though. I heard the boss chewing them out for the yakitori sauce, as well as the teriyaki chicken glaze.

I don't personally believe they will bounce back but I hope they do.

Basically matcha pudding. But probably the best lol

Doesn't look like the most atas place but this execution was oof. Matcha depth, bitterness, sweetness and creaminess all on point. Despite all the rave I didn't actually believe it would be this good, but really glad to be proven wrong. Matcha connoisseurs please let me know if there's any matcha pudding out there better than this

Nowadays, I'm usually greeted by a queue and I'm happy for them, since they wholly deserved the attention.
Besides their amazing matcha pudding, their ๐˜€๐—ฎ๐—ป๐˜€๐—ต๐—ผ๐—ธ๐˜‚ ๐˜„๐—ฎ๐—ฟ๐—ฎ๐—ฏ๐—ถ ๐—บ๐—ผ๐—ฐ๐—ต๐—ถ ($8.80) was also divine. The mochi was soft, light and fluffy โ€” simply sublime texture. All three variations of soy bean, black sesame and matcha were immensely fragrant in their own right, but matcha lovers would be enthralled by the intoxicating hit of earthy and bitter aroma from some very high quality matcha.
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opted for the chicken rice instead. there was the charcoal smell but i was unable to taste any. only thing i like abt the soba were the sesame seeds in the dip. cannot go wrong with the layered egg. matcha pudding was a tad too milky for me but its definitely matcha-y. quite disappointed with the mains but the service was on point. might return again to try the other mains.

25 per pax.

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There are hidden gems, and there are REAL hidden gems. Misato is a Japanese restaurant tucked away in some new food wing of Centrepoint (beside Chicken Up) that prides itself on serving quality Japanese food at very affordable prices. Think Saizeriya serving top grade pastas and pizzas.......... yeah sounds too good to be true right?

So they are famous for a few dishes: the A5 Ohmi Wagyu being one of them. at $43.80 for 100g of this amazing piece of meat, this is hands down the most value for money steak you'll ever find anywhere. It is also a big part of why I will DEFINITELY be back here again. perfectly marbled with a weird but tasty yellow bean sauce and mushrooms and tofu that taste more like mochi in texture.. if you love steak you HAVE to order this. 5/5

another popular dish is the okonomiyaki. you can smell this instantly from the kitchen when it is getting prepared. there was enough egg, cabbage, sauce and lightly charred crispy edges to make it a very tasty side. 5/5

popular dish #3 is their matcha soba. yes.. green tea flavoured soba. the green tea taste was cool i guess but i wasnt very impressed otherwise. maybe I'm not really a cold soba kinda guy. or maybe i was thinking the $15 i paid for the soba could have been better spent on a kurobuta pork katsu don which cost the same (yes, it is REALLY cheap there. $15 for a premium black pig katsu don is unreal) so i can only give 3/5 for this matcha soba which essentially came as soba and nothing else haha

ah. the matcha jelly. if you haven't already watched me try to shake The Most Jiggly Dessert Ever you should check it out on my profile. this was so full of matcha flavour i felt i was back in Japan. no joke. best green tea flavoured pudding/jelly in Singapore. 5/5

total damage for an A5 wagyu, huge okonomiyaki, matcha soba, matcha pudding and a pot of hot matcha was around $100. half of it was due to the steak so imagine how cheap everything is!

the only bad point about this place is the waiting time. because every dish to made to order and the chefs start preparing on the spot, this restaurant is famous for long waiting times. i went on an afternoon when the restaurant was half full and still had to wait 30mins before my first dish (the okonomiyaki) was served. be warned. if you are in a hurry DO NOT come here. otherwise this has officially become one of my favourite restaurants in Singapore. i hope this post doesn't cause even longer queues hahahahaha. 5/5

I was coming to terms with not ever having the Bear Paw Anmitsu again after the visit at The Cathay last year. Yet, you are back with a bigger space and more impressive tableware.

Maybe it's a second chance for me to get that paw dessert now. But that's after I try the new stuff on the menu.

Most dishes are cooked with love and care, so you have to be patient for your food to be prepared. That said, the wait can be long, so consider elsewhere if you are rushing.

Everything is good here, but your attention gets turned towards the tableware on many occasions because they are either too damn pretty or too damn cute.

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Misato @misatosingapore is a Hidden Gem found at The Centrepoint.
My recommendation for this Japanese Restaurant would be the Inexpensive Ohmi Wagyu (sold at cost price according to them), Ebi Donburi (its like Tempura with oyakodon) and Goma & Matcha Puddings

Limited quantity per day though, and be prepared to wait #DFDSP


See how WOBBLY it is.
Go for the DESSERTS at Misato @misatosingapore , made using premium quality matcha powder specially imported from Nara prefecture.

For the savouries, I liked its Cha Soba and Okonomiyaki too. Go have a try at The Centerpoint. #DFDSP

Super wobbly Matcha Pudding from Misato, now open at The Centrepoint. We managed to try Misato when it was at The Cathay and was delighted with the presentation of the food. And of course the taste. Everything is prepared upon ordering, so that might mean a little wait, but worth it for items like the Okonomiyaki, Gyoza and dessert.