This hip and hidden Japanese restaurant and bar in Tiong Bahru specializes in chicken-based dishes.
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.
Bincho offers a value for money happy hour promo: 25% off all Japanese craft beers daily, from noon-8pm.
|Address:||Bincho, #01-19 78 Moh Guan Terrace, Singapore, 162078 Singapore|
|Price Range:||$$$ - $$$|
|Open since:||November, 2013|
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sun noon-3pm, 6pm-midnight|
|Nearest train||Tiong Bahru|
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