With three live stations — teppanyaki, sushi and robatayaki — it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the vast selection offered in Mikuni’s menu. While the excellent Unagi Don ($48) and superb Kagoshima Wagyu Beef Don ($48, comes with a battered crispy egg!) are understandable default options for most, save the Mikuni Chirashi ($90) to pamper yourself or someone you're dying to impress. You might think for a second that you were given a sashimi platter instead, cos the mound of rice is hidden underneath decadent slices of salmon, tuna belly, prawn, uni, tamago and a spoonful of ikura. Pricey? Yes, but so worth it!