Neon Pigeon

Published - 12 January 2021, Tuesday
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A “bento” is originally known as a single portion takeout. At Neon Pigeon, where community is key, the idea behind the “The Bento Set” is to offer corporate executives and lunch aficionados a quick but tastefully put together set lunch presented “bento” style. It includes a four-course offering of a “snack”, a “birdfeed” and a “bao” or a main. All bentos come complete with miso soup and daily omakase dessert.

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Robert

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  • CONTRIBUTOR
RATED 7.5 / 8
Love the place even more after they reopened. used to go there last year and glad they took a timeout during covid for NP 2.0. Great Cocktails and food!

Neon Pigeon

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RATED 8 / 8
This is for all you lunch aficionados and corporate executives!

The Bento Set includes a four-course offering of a snack, a birdfeed and a bao or a main.

All orders come complete with miso soup and daily omakase dessert.

At $29++, this is a set lunch that will leave you satisfied on all fronts.

Lunch starts Wednesday 13 January 2021, reserve your table now!

Davidson

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  • ELITE
RATED 7.5 / 8
Neon Pigeon makes a mean charcoal-fired rump for one of their bento boxes and it is paired beautifully with kombu vinegar, tempura enoki and shichimi. All their bento boxes come with a creamy edamame hummus, salad, brown rice and a dessert and the price ranges from S$25 to S$28.

Sylvia Fernandes

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  • CONNOISSEUR
RATED 8 / 8
It was my first time here and the experience was orgasmic. We started with the Tokyo Hummus which was so perfect. A dip of edamame and curry chips this was simply my idea of an entree.

We then tried the soft shell crab bao which was filled with crab and condiments oozing out of the bao. Every bit of this was filled with beautiful flavours.

Even the vegetables like crispy brussels sprouts and blackened carrots were done to perfection. I loved the crab cakes as they were packed with fine crab meat and still had a moist texture.

At this point we were full but greed got the better of us. So our last dish for the night ended up being the barramundi which sat on a flavoursome mentaiko and parsnip sauce.

There was no place for dessert so we are definitely going back to try that. truly worth a visit and I can guarantee you, it'll have you coming back for more.

Neon Pigeon

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RATED 8 / 8
Absolutely delicious food, ambience and stellar service.

It's a night out all in itself with an awesome crowd and vibe

Neon Pigeon is able to cater to vegan needs with an array of delicious roasted veggies, a killer rice dish and a genuinely improvised kickass hot sauce.

Dinner at Neon Pigeon is not complete without a bowl (or two) of our Tokyo Hummus.( pictured )

Tracie

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RATED 7 / 8
Very informative love knowing of new places to try like Neon Pigeon

Stefanie

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RATED 7 / 8
Great Japanese-fusion Tapas-style restaurant. Try the bacon, egg, cheese rice it is pure heaven

Roohi

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RATED 7 / 8
Excellent food - had the clams & mussels, brussels sprouts and cucumber peanut salad. Portions are on the small side so the staff recommend 5 or more dishes for 2 people.
Fantastic service - attentive and friendly, and they serve the food and drinks with flair. It's also fun to watch the open kitchen.
The only reason this place doesn't rate a 7 for me is that the tables for 2 are really tiny, and while the music is great, it's so loud that it's hard to have a conversation. Probably best to go w/ people you know well and whom you don't mind being cramped with in a small space.
Great place to kick off a big night.