About Hua Bee

A product of the 1940s, ask any Tiong Bahru resident about Hua Bee at Moh Guan Terrace and eyes would glaze over with nostalgia. Hua Bee kopitiam (coffee shop) till today remains a beloved historic icon in the increasingly hip Tiong Bahru neighbourhood and was even featured in the Singaporean cult classic movie, “Mee Pok Man”. Be sure to come here for their famous mee pok noodles, steam slices of bread with kaya and their butter kopi (coffee).

Mee Pok Man
Contact
    Address
  • 78 Moh Guan Terrace
    #01-19
    Singapore 162078
Careers

Career

We're Hiring!

Bincho is looking for passionate service & kitchen crews to join our dynamic team. Promising opportunities for career advancement along with attractive salary package. If you're interested, or know of anyone keen, do drop us a mail with resume attached and a recent photograph at hr.restaurants@unlistedcollection.com

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About

About Bincho

Inspired by a yakitori-ya (traditional small grilling stalls) in Osaka, Bincho is an all-in-one unique dining concept by Unlisted Collection showcasing a neat mix of Singapore’s past, present and future.

Transformed from a 70-year old traditional kopitiam (coffee shop), highlights from Bincho include 1) the old school mee pok stall, the classic coffee & toast, evergreen marble tables, beloved rickety wooden chairs; 2) a modern open-concept yakitori bar with hues of copper headed by the affable Chef Asai Masashi; and 3) a bar featuring progressive and playful Japanese-inspired cocktails as well as an extensive Japanese whisky, sake and shochu list


Chef

Chef Asai Masashi

Chef Asai Masashi’s roots come from the Hyōgo Prefecture, an area blessed with pristine and exquisite products from the sea and land. Growing up in such close proximity to some of the world’s best produce inspired Asai-san to move to Osaka, “the kitchen of the nation” in Japan to learn more about the culinary world and took his first steps at the famed Abeno Tsuji Culinary Institute that has trained many professional chefs for over half a century.

Upon graduation, Asai-san spent the next thirteen years between Hyōgo, Osaka and Kyoto to build up his knowledge and cooking experience as well as refining his skills and techniques on traditional and authentic Japanese cuisine, especially on the art of charcoal grilling.

Always keen on fresh experiences and challenges, Asai-san relocated to Singapore in 2002 where he spent the next ten years overseeing, leading and launching various Japanese restaurant concepts locally. In 2013, Asai-san embarked on a new adventure with the Unlisted Collection to launch dual concept yakitori restaurant, Bincho.

Contact
    Opening Hours
  • (Closed Mondays)

    Lunch
    Tuesday – Sundays: 12pm – 3.00pm

    Last order at 2.30pm


    Dinner
    Tuesdays – Sundays: 6pm till late
Career
Career

We're Hiring!

Bincho is looking for passionate service & kitchen crews to join our dynamic team. Promising opportunities for career advancement along with attractive salary package. If you're interested, or know of anyone keen, do drop us a mail with resume attached and a recent photograph at hr.restaurants@unlistedcollection.com

Spread the word!