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Bincho at Hua Bee

Asian, Japanese

45%100%

9 votes

64384567

Sat & Sun: 12:00 - 15:00

Sat & Sun: 18:00 - 00:00

Tue - Fri: 18:00 - 00:00

Closed: Mon

$100 based on 9 reviews

Bincho at Hua Bee is a 25-seat cafe and bar offering all-in-one unique dining concept which features Japanese including yakitori, fishball noodles, coffee and toast as well as a cocktail bar.

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BOng360 • 19 Jul 20142 reviews 17 followers

I am writing this review while I'm paying the bill. This place is an absolute ripoff.
 
Let's start with the menu, what they have is a chalk board that they take 20mins to explain to each table. Despite the time spent, we are still left confused with what yakitori is being served in a set. The menu is omakase (we found out eventually) , but it's not stated anywhere.
 
Prices are S$80 or $120 for a set. We...

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  • Chicken with summer truffles.Chicken with summer truffles.
  • Wagyu beef served with seasonal pepper, garlic chips, mushroom salt, wasabi.Wagyu beef served with seasonal pepper, garlic chips, mushroom salt, wasabi.
  • In the wine glass, smoked chicken liver presented with smoke from sakura chips. Middle: flatfishIn the wine glass, smoked chicken liver presented with smoke from sakura chips. Middle: flatfish
  • Grilled eggplant with sesame tofu on summer truffles. Eggplant puree is mixed into tofu and sesame.Grilled eggplant with sesame tofu on summer truffles. Eggplant puree is mixed into tofu and sesame.
  • Wing with sansyo peppers.Wing with sansyo peppers.
  • Claypot rice with mid-wing and soramame (broad beans), topped with mentaiko karasumiClaypot rice with mid-wing and soramame (broad beans), topped with mentaiko karasumi
  • Miso-marinated chicken thigh.Miso-marinated chicken thigh.
  • Jap craft beer yummyJap craft beer yummy
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BOng360 • 19 Jul 20142 reviews 17 followers

I am writing this review while I'm paying the bill. This place is an absolute ripoff.
 
Let's start with the menu, what they have is a chalk board that they take 20mins to explain to each table. Despite the time spent, we are still left confused with what yakitori is being served in a set. The menu is omakase (we found out eventually) , but it's not stated anywhere.
 
Prices are S$80 or $120 for a set. We...

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whaleliciousfay • 06 Jul 201477 reviews 5 followers

Having heard of Bincho for yakitori and its unique restaurant design, my friend and I decided to drop by one evening for dinner. And indeed, one will not have guessed the real entrance to Bincho is actually the rear door that’s facing the car park. Wire letters spelling ‘Bincho’ was the only thing hinting of the restaurant’s presence.
 
As we were a little comprehensive, my friend and I decided to enter from the main door of Hua Bee...

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Celine Asril • 23 May 2014245 reviews 9 followers

Will you ever find a grilled chicken wing more tantalizing than this? Likely, but it'll be rare. This is done by Bincho's guest chef, Watanabe-san. The yakitori specialist has been cooking since he was 15, and loves chicken for its versatility and quality. He flavours (and serves) this dish with sansho peppers, mountain peppers that is widely hailed as Japan's Szechuan pepper - taste bud-numbing, with a burst of citrus, it is great with the collagen-rich chicken cut. We are sure chef Asai Masashi will use this as inspiration for his regular menus.

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Claypot rice with mid-wing and soramame (broad beans), topped with mentaiko karasumi