Neon Pigeon Restaurant
Address1 Keong Saik Rd, Singapore 089109
Contact number+65 6222 3623
Price / Fee[1 year ago]
Baby Scallops ($12) ‧ Bamboo Shoot Tempura ($11) ‧ Big Woks’ Mushrooms (S$12/S$ 22) ‧ Black Pepper Teriyaki Mushrooms ($22) ‧ Bonsai ($12) ‧ Braised Beef Cheeks (S$20/S$38) ‧ Charcoal Grilled Asparagus ($16) ‧ Crispy Brussels Sprouts ($28) ‧ Crispy Pork Belly ($20) ‧ Espresso Match ($21) ‧ Karashi Sour ($18) ‧ Korean Fried Chicken (S$16/S$30) ‧ Miso Roasted Eggplant ($12) ‧ Mushroom Rice (S$16/S$30) ‧ Octopus Leg ($21) ‧ Roasted Bone Marrow (S$19/S$36) ‧ Roasted Tiger Prawns ($18) ‧ Seabream Sashimi ($18) ‧ Smoked Baby Back Ribs (S$21/S$40) ‧ Soft Shell Crab Bao (SG$14/S$26) ‧ Teared Negroni ($20) ‧ Tokyo Hummus ($9) ‧ Tomahawk steak ($25) ‧ Tsukune Meatballs ($16) ‧ Yuzu Kosho Cauliflower ($28)
Signature DishesRoasted Tiger Prawns ‧ Charcoal Grilled Asparagus ‧ Bonsai ‧ Tsukune Meatballs ‧ Crispy Brussels Sprouts ‧ Bamboo Shoot Tempura
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Neon Pigeon: Autumn MigrationI'm happy to report that Neon Pigeon's new menu has not only knocked my socks off on first trial but overall, it brings as much substance as style to the bustling food enclave of Keong Saik. Sure, the establishment may be filled with mini-dress strapping Caucasian women with voices building to a crescendo fuelled by cocktails, and the space gets just a little too claustrophobic at times.
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Neon Pigeon - Chinatown - 21 tips from 320 visitorsSee 88 photos from 420 visitors about trendy, lively, and pork buns. "Excellent miso pumpkin rice with garlic & egg yolk. paella meets Japanese..."
Neon PigeonA must-try, and perhaps the best hummus I've ever had, the Tokyo Hummus ($9) was blended with edamame for a savoury undertone.
Food Review: Neon Pigeon at Keong Saik Road | Asian Fusion Restaurant and Bar at OutramOverall, I feel that the addition of Neon Pigeon to the haps Keong Saik Road further seals this street as one of the most interesting dining area in Singapore.