Memoirs of 10 Nanyang is a showcase of Chef Jereme Leung’s artistry of blending cultures and 11 flavours of Southeast Asia through their connection to provincial Chinese 12 cuisine.
It’s always a joy to head back to Yi Restaurant, gotta love the provincial Chinese specialities and Lunar New Year favour...
steamed Jasmine rice and millet with pickled long bean and preserved meat served individually.
Jeremie Leung, quite possibly Singapore’s most famous Chinese chef for export, returned home to his latest outpost in Raffles Hotel as a homecoming of sorts.
Dining at 藝 yì is always an experience, and should be tried at least once.
The fatty Steamed Cod Fillet is cooked to perfection excellently paired with fermented black beans and olives brightening the cod fish's buttery flavour.
On the whole, 藝 Yì By Jereme Leung offers tasty Chinese food, a lovely dining environment, and excellent service.
Beautiful dining space at 藝 yì by Jereme Leung, where dishes are also served in beautiful presentations.
Nevertheless, the meal was overall solid, with decent value-for-money.
My favourite is the plump and succulent siew mai stuffed with pork and seafood filling, topped with sakura shrimp.
Food was pretty decent, and flavors were well presented.
Was pretty surprised that the Da Li rose ice cream had a rose flavour that was stronger than the one from the satay ice cream. Not bad.
藝 yì by Jereme Leung is the new Chinese restaurant at the recently re-opened Raffles Hotel, Singapore. It occupies the same space on Level 3 as the previous Chinese restaurant Royal China and before that, the Empress Room.