With an acclaimed chef on the helm and an epic Asia-meets-Australia menu, Perth’s latest restaurant is promising to convey diners a style of the unique within the coronary heart of the CBD.
Scheduled to open to the general public on February 3, Miss Mi is the primary Western Australian outpost of the acclaimed Melbourne eatery of the identical title.
PerthNow was this week given an unique first have a look at the venue, which is a part of the Novotel Perth Murray Avenue lodge and includes a menu created by Phillipino-born chef Alex De Leon.
De Leon, who has beforehand cooked at Perth favourites Apple Day by day, Low Key Chow Home and Dainty Dowager, says he goals to mix fashionable and conventional Asian methods and elements, with a robust deal with WA produce and sustainability.
“Showcasing the distinctive elements, dishes and complicated flavours of Asia is on the coronary heart of the Miss Mi philosophy,” he says.
“We need to evoke reminiscences of your journeys to Asia.
“We make all our sauces, spices, curries, and sambals in-house. We pair them with the very best produce from native suppliers to convey these daring, vibrant dishes to Perth diners.”
With influences from Borneo to Bangkok, the menu ranges from avenue snacks to mains cooked utilizing the standard artwork of the Asian grill.
Among the many choices are grilled octopus with cucumber, mint and lassi; lamb shoulder rendang; and Szechuan-glazed lamb ribs with pickled pink cabbage and garlic crumb served on smoking paperbark.
The cocktail record is designed to invoke unique holidays whereas drinkers also can pattern a bespoke Asian-Australian-style gin created by Miss Mi in collaboration with Perth’s Wandering Distillery.
Designed by native agency The Scanlan Architects and Singapore-based Kreat Studio, the venue itself options dramatic darkish wooden finishes and ornamental Asian-motif tiling, whereas the large-scale neon exterior wall mural by famend native artist Drew Straker was impressed by each a standard Chinese language streetscape and WA’s native wildlife.
Miss Mi is open for dinner Tuesday to Saturday and lunch Thursday and Friday.