Neon Pigeon 2.0 at Carpenter Street is a revamped, refreshed reincarnation of the much-loved brand. Channelling the same urban grit and energy as the first version, EDG Design injected an extra layer of character in every element that makes up Neon Pigeon’s DNA. Evoking a revolutionary evolution, the modern urban izakaya is a love letter to the addictive buzz of Tokyo’s hidden alleys.
Bringing the community back together
EDG’s vision was to recreate the urban atmosphere evoked in the first venue, while building on it by adding new layers and elevating the design. The new venue is housed in a modern building with 4.8m high ceilings and is much larger than the previous venue; the team worked with the additional space to create a spacious, elevated experience.
The Rebar bar, made of recycled rebar from Singapore construction sites, stands as the centrepiece of the room, and divides the room into zones. Guests can sit at the bar or stand around the high table before proceeding to their table.
The all-new raw bar celebrates an ever-changing selection of beautiful, seasonal ingredients in the form of crudos, tatakis, carpaccios and ceviches. Designed to be interactive with counter seating and communal table adjacent to it, guests can sit and watch the chef preparing dishes.