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Izakayas are to Japan what tapas bars are to Spain and Irish pubs are to Ireland. Dating back all the way to the Edo era, these vibrant, ramshackle institutions offer sake, beers, highballs and casual bites to patrons, all in the name of assuaging the toil of the day that came before. In Singapore, izakayas are aplenty, ranging from those to stick to the Japanese blueprint and others that branch out into cocktails and fusion bites. Here are our favourites. Run by the folks behind Hachi Restaurant, The Public Izakaya sticks to the DNA of the traditional izakayas one finds in Shimbashi and Yurakucho in Tokyo, complete with a selection of Japanese beers and sakes, as well as affordable bar bites to ensure you leave happier than you came in.