“Mikuni” means three countries, a nod to the Japanese restaurant’s three specialties: teppanyaki, sushi and robatayaki. Overseeing all three stations is executive chef Moon Kyung Soo. Set lunches such as the bone-in pork belly set ($70), Australian beef steak set ($70) and sashimi set ($90) offer a range of the restaurant’s best dishes at mid-day. Each meal comes complete with Japanese prawn crackers, salad and desserts such as espresso ice-cream. At dinner, order up a la carte favorites including the Mikuni chirashi ($90) and prawns with golden sauce ($40). Dine in a dark, striking space, with modern black, white and blue accents.