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Singapore Restaurants Build a Following Among Crypto Believers

Maison Ikkoku wants to get people paying in digital assets, but it will take their cash for now.
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Illustrtion: Kate Dehler for Bloomberg Businessweek.

Maison Ikkoku is known for a lot of things. The 80-seat restaurant and bar in the historic Kampong Glam neighborhood has a picturesque patio with views of the nearby Sultan Mosque, Singapore’s largest. The menu lists a Japan Kumamoto Emperor A5 wagyu steak with potatoes, edamame, and miso, starting at S$208 ($150). It also includes a roster of cocktails, such as the S$28 La Vie en Rose with aged sake, French rosé, and edible gold glitter.

And then there’s the crypto.