Their Miam Miam Spaghetti has a scattering if frankfurter slices, tomatoes, baby spinach, and bacon. The french butter wasn't discernible and the shoyu broth's flavour was slightly overwhelming that night. Thankfully they topped everything with my fav poached egg that made it so much better. Once again, poached eggs save the day :)

I preferred the Chicken Teriyaki Spaghetti better, with its tender, flavourful pan seared chicken. When coupled with the Nippon sauce, seaweed and sesame seeds, the entire dish tasted amazingly rich.

Their main drawback is the spaghetti that was just a bit short of the perfect al dente taste. I suppose there is some truth to the reviews online saying that Miam Miam's desserts are their real highlights, not the mains.

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