36 Carpenter Street
Singapore 059915

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Monday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

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One for the gram for the bright colours presentation. A Korean version of our chicken rice, the chicken was deep fried and served on a bed of rice with sesame crackers and pickled veg. Mixed all up together with the egg yolk and gochujang, it tasted creamy like a risotto filled with Asian flavours. The flavour was on a heavier side but satisfying and filling.

Looks can be deceiving and true enough for this unassuming dish. The edamane dip was unbelievably creamy, smooth and flavourable; and topped with furikaka for that unami flavour. Served with it was the "curry chips" that were light and crunchy, that elevated the flavour of the dish with a nice touch of spice. It was a very different flavour profile from the hummus I've had before and definitely must-order and must-have! 👍👍

Long overdued review - love the vibe of this place and the food here was pretty diverse! Love the Tokyo Hummus ($10) so much. Also saw quite a number of people who ordered their chili crab buns, which we didn’t order. Will definitely be back to try!

Other dishes that we ordered:
Pork & Langoustine Dumplings ($18)
Brussel Sprouts ($14)
Roasted Chicken Wings ($16)
Charcoal Fried Wagyu ($25)

I had the privilege to sample their Miso Roasted Salmon ($18), which has an option for you to choose between mixed greens or niigata rice as the base, and this dish comes with pickled cauliflower and hijiki seaweed.

My meal was also complemented with sides of Pork and Prawn Gyoza with a tangy vinegar sauce and the Neon Pigeon Hummus that contains furikake and is paired with curry bread chips. To wash it all down, there is the refreshing Salted Cucumber Soda that is the perfect perk-me-up after a meal. The next time you are deciding on what to order to dine at home, do consider this modern Japanese takeout, COOP, for its wide range of offerings.

COOP is available on Oddle, GrabFood and Deliveroo, with ongoing promotions such as 25% off on orders via Deliveroo until 3 August and 20% off on orders via GrabFood until 31 July.
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✨ COOP
📍 36 Carpenter Street, Unit 01-01, Singapore 059915
🌐 https://coop-neonpigeon.oddle.me/en_SG/
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When Neon Pigeon extended an invite for us to come by for brunch, I took a quick glimpse at the menu and saw a Duck Confit Ramen — and I was sold. Specifically at the “foie gras paitan broth”. Their chef very patiently explained how the duck-based dashi was boiled for 8 days, finished with some homemade chicken tare, then served with mushrooms, spring onions, napa cabbage, and the tare-glazed chicken. Took my first sip of the broth and oooooh was it utterly sinful, creamy, rich, and concentrated. It was SOOOOO good. And most importantly, it came piping hot. The noods were qq and bouncy, shrooms and crisp veggies added a lovely crunch, and the chicken had a great char and caramelisation (though it was a tad dry at parts). Now, this was a fan-fucking-tastic bowl of noodles; but it wasn’t a mindblowing bowl of ramen. At least not in the “omg this is so shiok imma pour it down my throat” sorta way. It lacked a little je ne sais quoi that’d make an insane ramen, but that’s not to say this wasn’t good. Cause it was a bloody good bowl of noodles. I will not come here looking for good ramen, but I’d make a trip for this The Duck Confit (I don’t wanna call it a ramen cause it’s in a league of its own) Ramen-not-ramen.

Redeeming factor was the beautiful avocado purée to save the slightly dry crab cakes.

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