Le Binchotan

At Le Binchotan, the latest French Japanese tapas restaurant bar to open in the buzzy Amoy Street area, fusion food is a celebration, not a dirty word.

As the name of the restaurant suggests, the main cooking method here is grilling by binchotan — the charcoal produced from oak trees in the Wakayama prefecture of Japan, is purported to be able to burn at lower temperatures and for a longer period of time.

The menu is divided into small plates, large plates and gourmet "yakitori" sticks. From chilled starters right down to desserts, a majority of the dishes had a grill component.

Operating Hours:
Mon to Fri:
11:30am to 12am

Sat:
3pm to 12am

Closed on Sun
Dining Style: Casual
Dress Code: Casual