If you’ve strolled down Mohamed Sultan Road lately, you might have noticed Pixy Contemporary French Cuisine and Bar, a new kid on the River Valley block of bars and restaurants that specialises in a delightful fusion of Singaporean, Japanese and European flavours. Treat yourself to the signature degustation menu, or take your pick from a series of beautifully plated seasonal specials, meats and desserts, designed to enhance your dining experience at this cosy and intimate space. With a wide assortment of beers, wines, spirits and cocktails available at the bar, you’re all set for a perfect evening out, so why not book ahead to snag the best seats?
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Food and service were great. Good selection of wine too. The restaurant was quiet and nice. We’ll come back for sure!
Suzuki-san and his team made my friend’s birthday dinner a memorable one with excellent service and food. I would recommend Pixy to my friends and family.
The Japanese community in Singapore have found themselves a new favourite hangout for after-work dinner and drinks, and it’s none other than Pixy Contemporary French Cuisine and Bar. River Valley’s best kept secret on Mohamed Sultan Road packs them in with eclectic gastronomic creations that draw influences from Singaporean, Japanese and European cuisines, as well as a well-stocked bar of premium beers, wines, spirits and handcrafted cocktails to keep those intimate conversations going till late.
Leave it to chefs Nitta Shuhei and Kai Wen to decide what you’ll be having for dinner when you opt for Pixy Contemporary French Cuisine and Bar’s degustation menu, a series of contemporary dishes that showcase the duo’s excellent culinary techniques. Otherwise, pick from a revolving menu of seasonal specials, such as the Singapore Breakfast – the restaurant’s very own take on the humble chai tow kway – featuring stir-fried radish cake, sambal belachan, and a kampong chicken egg. For a truly indulgent treat, you can’t miss out on the Pixy Foie Gras: duck liver terrine that has been marinated in 12 years aged Yamazaki whisky, for over a week, and then cooked at an optimal temperature that ensures it retains the whisky’s fruity notes. Stick around for dessert, which offers delightful choices like the Crimson Tarte – and if not, there is always the bar’s boozy libations that will have you lingering till closing time. An underrated gem in the River Valley area, Pixy Contemporary French Cuisine and Bar is one up-and-coming name in Singapore’s F&B scene that has to be experienced to be believed. Reservations are a must, as seats tend to fill up fast.