Mirèio

Raffles Makati’s newest dining destination, Mirèio, is named after the most notable work and famous poem by Nobel Prize winning poet Frederic Mistral written in 1859. It is Mistral’s tender tribute to his beloved Provence, from the beauty of the countryside and coast, to the intricacies of the l’occitane language.

A Word from Anne-Cecile Degenne

The kitchen of Mirèio has been serving authentic Provençal and French inspired cuisine since the elegant brasserie opened its doors in 2016. The dining destination is named after the most notable work and famous 1859 poem by Nobel Prize-winning poet Frederic Mistral. Written in the archaic l’occitane language, it beautifully depicts the life and culture of the French Mediterranean region.

Just as Mistral's story showcases the heart of Provençe, the refreshed menu at Mirèio offers dishes created from the heart. Through our brasserie-style restaurant, I would like to share the soul-food that is simple, soulful, and highlights the freshest flavours and bountiful produce found in provinces south of France.

Opening Hours


Open from 5pm to 10pm daily and from 11am to 2pm on Sundays for Mirèio Brunch Society

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