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For truly innovative Japanese cuisine in Singapore, Bincho is one of our top picks. From delicacies like spiced pig ears to sweet treats like mochi, this Singapore yakitori restaurant and bar covers all the bases when it comes to Japanese cuisine. Located at the historic coffee shop Hua Bee on Moh Guan Terrace in Singapore's Tiong Bahru, Bincho serves food that’s not only delicious, but also incredibly beautiful. Open every day of the week except Monday, Bincho is a must-visit for fans of Far Eastern cuisine
Good quality food served. Small portion. Good service on serving the tea. Sashimi is super fresh. Will come back again for another try. Overall good experience.
excellent food, music and ambiance. Service is good, food takes a bit to arrive, otherwise great place! Would strongly recommend it to any lover of good quality food
Amazing food, excellent drinks. small grill, so food can take a while to arrive but it's totally worth the wait. Here are five more words
Made to look like a yakitori house so common in Japan, Bincho provides a setting that’s unlike any other in Singapore. The Tiong Bahru restaurant is found in the back of Hua Bee, a lively 70-year-old kopitiam (traditional coffee shop) and mee pok stall during the day, which makes for a bit of confusion but only adds to the authentic experience, making diners feel as if they’re dining somewhere very exclusive, just like in a small alleyway bar in Japan. The restaurant was once a full-time kopitiam, and still retains traditional touches including marble tables and old wooden chairs – come by to take a glimpse into the the past when dining at this local legend.
Bincho’s menus change frequently, which is a good sign that the kitchen puts emphasis on freshness. The best way to enjoy a true Bincho dining experience is to order a set menu. The YamaSachi set for two, for example, is a great option, and includes option such as fugu skin nikogori with ankimo tofu, salad sticks with Bincho’s signature miso paste, eight types of mushroom with chicken soup nabe, ramen and dessert. Best of all? The prices are fair and reasonable, even for so much food! Experience Bincho on Moh Guan Terrace by stopping by its Tiong Bahru premises at Hua Bee – book ahead to ensure your table.