Inspired by an Osaka yakitori-ya, Bincho’s unique dining concept showcases a neat mix of Singapore’s past, present and future.
Remnants of a 70-year old kopitiam, the traditional Mee Pok Uncle continues to peddle his morning offerings of classic noodles, coffee and toast. Come nightfall, wander in via the inconspicuous back door to an industrial-chic, open-concept yakitori bar headed by Chef Asai Masashi. Progressive Japanese-inspired cocktails, plus an extensive Japanese whisky, sake and shochu list also shouldn’t be missed.
Dinner menus at Bincho can be enjoyed as set menu or a la carte. Both feature seasonal produce from a range of Japanese prefectures. Specialising in tori (chicken), highlights include Tsukune-don – a hearty and tasty chicken meatball with a raw egg yolk and moreish Mentaiko-stuffed Chicken Wings.
Select the Set Menu to receive 20% off the 2nd Set Menu price.
Type of cuisine: Japanese
Number of seats: 38
Chef’s favourite: Yakitori
Open hours: Mon closed, tue-sun 12pm-3pm, tue-sun 6pm-late
Address: 78 Moh Guan Terrace, #01-19 (located inside Hua Bee Coffeeshop) Singapore 162078
Phone: +65 6438 4567
Instagram: @binchosg #binchosg