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Singapore restaurant REVIEW:
Bincho Chope

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Housed in the back of a 70 year old Hua Bee mee pok store (the one made famous by Eric Khoo's Mee Pok Man), this hidden gem is accessed via a subtly marked door facing the carpark. Raw and gritty, the space features distressed concrete walls, retro blue tiles and edgy copper furnishings. It's all about set menus here (lunch from $25; dinner from $68), each including a variety of small plates—think yakitori like chicken tsukune—cooked over the charcoal grill. To drink, cocktails (aka “Japeritifs”) such as Yuzu Be Alright ($23), a mix of sake, gin, gran classico, lemon, yuzu and mint, are light and refreshing.

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The deal: At Bincho’s lunch service, you pick from roughly 10 set meals ($20-30), mostly donburi like oyako [chicken and egg] and negitoro [raw tuna] plus the occasional ramen. Predictable stuff, but solid and thoughtfully put-together (we loved the sea grapes in the neigtoro don). The accompanying sides are forgettable, with the notable exceptions of the karaage (well, it’s fried chicken) and the soup—a viscous, fatty, love-or-loathe chicken broth. Be warned, though, that...
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Phone: 6438-4567
Bincho, #01-19 78 Moh Guan Terrace, Singapore, 162078 Singapore

Nearest Train:

Tiong Bahru

Opening Hours:

Tue-Sun noon-3pm, 6pm-midnight

Price Range:

$$$ - $$$

Cuisine:

Japanese

Open Since:

November, 2013
Parking available
7.6
 
 
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