44/45 Pekin Street
#01-01 Far East Square
Singapore 048774

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11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 02:00am

06:00pm - 11:00pm


11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

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Due to my STM I have one again forgotten the name of this shop fml but it’s at Telok Ayer opp the kebab place near GC. The scallop truffle ramen/noodle(?) (omg brain fart what’s happening) was nubbad and we shared the bara chirashi don too!! It tasted alright! Service slightly slow tho think they r quite busy

🍜 The Cold Spicy Salmon Udon ($16.9) is my go-to dish every single time I head to Miss G’s.

This refreshing dish might not be able to feed the ravenous (~fairly small serving~) but they’re still pretty generous with their ingredients. And I love how the noodles are well-coated with the sauce - a mouthwatering mix of shoyu, sesame oil, chilli, tobiko & spring onions. 😋

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Petite bowl with 1 base, 1/2 main and 2 sides. Portion was huge and was not small in any manner. Value for money at only $9.50 for each bowl.

Miss G's Grill & Bar is the "sister" of Yuki Onna which I used to frequent for its affordably cold truffle scallop somen. Yuki Onna has since shifted to One Raffles Place but Miss G has set up shop a stone's throw away.

I had a craving for barachirashi last week and Miss G was nearby. It is affordably priced but portions were definitely on the small side. The sashimi though was fresh and sweet.

If only they have an upsized upsize option!

Average chicken wrapped in lemongrass served in a way to mimic satay. Probably better off with their chirashi bowls.

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Pretty affordable and chill place for a quick lunch! Both rice bowls were not bad and each was less than $10 😋 We both had the small and it was surprisingly quite filling already.