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Pixy is the place you can enjoy food, drink and conversation. We offer you contemporary cuisine, created by Japanese Chef Tomine Nobuaki, with passion, cares about how people enjoy the food. We believe, ultimately, every food must be customized for every one of you. Please tell us what you like. Our table layout is well spaced so that you would be enjoy privacy and music is just not too loud for you to enjoy conversation with your friend

16 Mohamed Sultan Road
Singapore 238965

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12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm

06:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

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Pixy is the place you can enjoy food, drink and conversation. They offer you contemporary cuisine, created by Japanese Chef Tomine Nobuaki, with passion, cares about how people enjoy the food. Their tables are also spaciously spaced out ensuring privacy between tables of customers.

We went there for lunch on a weekday, so it wasn’t too crowded. We ordered a couple of dishes for sharing. I enjoyed 3 out of the 4 dishes we ordered. For the other dish not that it’s not nice, but I find it not particularly outstanding and that’s the Lala and Shirasu Spaghetti. It was pretty heavy in flavor and towards the umami salty side because of the dried mullet roe.

I love the Grilled Squid stuffed with squid ink risotto. The squid was so tender and flavorful, and goes really well with the Romesco sauce which was a little tangy and piquant. There’s also a nice little crunch from the diced capsicums.

The Lamb Chops was done perfectly too. It’s juicy and tender. Lightly seasoned and not at all gamy. We also gotten ourselves the Wara Smoked Tuna. The tuna is smoked to lightly cooked, has a nice texture to it, and it’s accompanied with blue cheese dijonnaise sauce and garlic chive infused oil which wasn’t too overpowering but kind of complement each other well, and brings out the natural sweetness of the tuna.

Service is good, food is good and ambiance is equally good too. Price may be on the steeper end, but definitely worth a try!

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At a whopping $58++, we were thinking to ourselves that this had better be good. Thankfully the lamb chop was great! First and foremost, the restaurant seasoned the lamb really well and got rid of the gamey taste from the meat. This was the exact reason we were apprehensive about ordering lamb but thankfully, there was nothing to worry about as the grassy/gamey taste was almost non-existent!

The lamb was also really tender and cooked to perfection, so it was really easy to eat! Furthermore, the meat was served alongside French jus, which refers to the juices that oozed out from the meat as it was cooked! Hence, the sauce itself was also very flavourful and we were more than happy to dip our meat in the sauce before eating!

The lamb was paired with ratatouille, which is basically an assortment of stewed vegetables such as aubergine, tomatoes and brussel sprouts! The vegetables are generally light and are on the sweeter side, and they provide a nice contrast with the heavier flavours of the lamb meat.

Thankfully, we had a 25% discount from Entertainer so it reduced the hole in our pocket a little. We will definitely be back again to try their other meats (e.g., duck breast, seabass). 😋😋

This was another appetiser and it contains 4 pieces of deep-fried boneless chicken pieces, accompanied by a sour dip. The fried chicken was nothing special to be honest, and the only distinguishing factor about the dish was the sour dip, which seems to include a little lemon/lime to give a zesty flavour to it. Added a pretty nice contrast to the fried chicken, although we are not sure whether this justifies the $12++ price tag for this side dish.

The food was good and well executed, though I felt a tad overpriced. The decor was nice, though a bit cold and sparse. Overall a pleasant place, but lacked that little bit extra.

*the burpple deal is only available on weekdays, unfortunately i didn't know haiz :(*


SO GOOD!! the atmosphere here is very cozy, laid back, and perfect for dinner dates. make sure to make a reservation if you don't want the bar / kitchen bar counter seats. me and my friend sat at the kitchen bar counter and got to see all the professionals in action 😋 It was almost like an omakase experience.

I got the iberico pork ($48) it was extremely succulent, fatty, juicy and flavourful 🐷 with a black pepper sauce? spread under, and char-grilled potatoes, arugula and brussel sprouts with hints of wasabi surrounding the pork cuts.

My friend got the hamburg steak ($35) and it was soaked in this very yummy savoury sauce. It came with a side of vegetables as well - carrots, green pepper, potatoes.

Total damage: $91 😭 but!
I'll definitely be back 🥰🥰

These oysters were so fat and tasty and absolutely delicious and briney. Squeeze on a bit of lemon and voila, its foodgasmic.