Neon Pigeon

This place is hot! Justin Hammond (of Melbourne's Gingerboy fame) has well and truly arrived in Asia with this pumping Japanese izakaya.

One of the best embodiments of the culture of urban living fused with underground vibes. The name pays tribute to the space’s two main influences – “neon”, after Tokyo (commonly referred to as the “Neon City”) and “pigeon”, a constant presence in all urban cities.

This is one of the hottest places to be seen on a Friday or Saturday night and a pumping place for a fun night out with friends. The music gets louder as the night goes on, as you dine on shared Japanese style tapas plates and the quirky cocktails and craft beers flow.

Things get a little wild later on as the wait staff pull out the wandering tequila bottles and from there things get hazy.

Truly one of the great spots in the pumping Keong Saik neighbourhood on the CBD fringe.

NEON PIGEON IZAKAYA
1A Keong Saik Road, #01-03 Singapore 089109
+65 6222 3623
www.neonpigeonsg.com

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1A Keong Saik Road, #01-03 Singapore 089109
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Hours: Mon - Sat: 18.00 - 00.00

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