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Yi by Jereme Leung


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Arrtistic adaptations of provincial cuisine from different regions of China

  • Jereme Leung's first restaurant in Singapore

  • Contemporary adaptations of China's provincial cuisine

  • Handcrafted white floral petals adorn entrance

  • Dining hall design inspired by Chinese myths

The culinary trip continues with artistic adaptions of provincial cuisine from different regions of China such as the Hundred-ring Cucumber & Poached Sea Whelk with Soy Sauce Vinaigrette, a classic dish found in China's Northern region during warm summer months. The dish is skilfully sliced with a hundred cuts forming a continuous spiral.

Jereme's creations delight guests all over the world and challenge them to reappraise their concept of Chinese cuisine with restaurants in multiple cities in China, the Maldives, the Philippines and even aboard two cruise ships.

In his first full-service dining concept in Raffles Hotel Singapore, Jereme will bring guests on a unique journey across China through artful adaptations of heritage masterpieces and ancient delicacies. His dishes celebrate culinary tradition and craftsmanship using single-sourced and seasonal ingredients. To Jereme, it is all about capturing the essence of provincial ethnic cuisines using healthy, seasonal produce enhanced by modern cooking techniques.

Contemporary Chinese cuisine bringing you on a provincial journey of China

Chef Consultant Jereme Leung

Singaporean Chef Jereme Leung began his culinary career at the age of 13, starting from the kitchens of Hong Kong. Since then, he has mastered all cornerstones of Chinese cooking and has continued to hone his craft at some of the most prestigious hotels in Southeast Asia before embarking a food pilgrimage across China in the 1990s to explore the flavours of different regions, their ingredients and cooking techniques, opening more than 9 restaurants around the wo9rld. 藝 by Jereme Leung is his first restaurant in Singapore and a long-awaited homecoming.​

Deep rooted culinary traditions while celebrating modernity

Nestled in the restored Raffles Arcade, 藝yi by Jereme Leung is a hidden world of deep rooted culinary traditions while celebrating the art of storytelling and modernity, perfectly complementing Jereme's culinary style.


"Rating: 4.3 stars out of 5, based on 399 reviews"

  • ah siao

    3 stars out of 5

    1 day ago

    Excellent service with nice ambience.

    All the dishes are well presented.. just quite pricy.

    Like the duck most, skin is crispy enough.
    Califlower looks nice and colourful, it’s sweet in the tomato broth.
    Fried rice is slightly hard.. not up to the price.
    Dessert are pretty average as well.

  • Silv C

    5 stars out of 5

    3 days ago

    4th visit here. One of my favourite chinese restaurants. Best dish is still the roasted duck. Service always impeccable. Thank you Jess Khoo for taking care of our table tonight.

  • thanh nguyen

    4 stars out of 5

    3 days ago
  • Justin Ngien

    4 stars out of 5

    1 week ago

    It’s been a while since we received this recommendation from Ten Lifestyle Group, and this time, we chose to celebrate our 13th wedding anniversary at Yi By Jereme Leung.

    The restaurant’s entrance was simply stunning, a true work of art that embodied the significance of the name “Yi.” We couldn’t resist taking our first photo before entering the main dining area.

    We were seated in a lovely spot next to the floor-to-ceiling windows—perfect for our special evening. We opted for Chef Leung’s Exclusive Selections Set Menu, and most of the dishes were to our liking.

    The service was prompt, especially regarding the pacing of the courses. The first dish set the tone for a delightful dining experience: the Shanghai-style Honey Soy Smoke Cod Fish with Okra Crumbs & Pickled Turnips was superb and bursting with flavor. We eagerly anticipated what the rest of the dishes would bring.

    We particularly enjoyed the Fish Cartilage “Mini Buddha Jump Over the Wall,” which was simply delicious. The stir-fried Wagyu beef with black garlic was also quite good, though it was a tad salty. The flavor was still impressive.

    I was pleasantly surprised by the Braised Fresh Tomato with purple sweet potato and sea urchin in golden broth. The broth was outstanding, and it marked my better half’s first successful attempt at finishing an entire dish with sea urchin.

    Dessert was a double-boiled Hokkaido milk and ginger pudding with bird’s nest. While it might require an acquired taste, we didn’t quite enjoy it as much.

    However, we truly appreciated the wonderful presentation for our anniversary, with two separate well wishes (Happy Agreement & Lasting Promises). It was a thoughtful touch that meant a lot to us.

    Overall, our experience at Yi By Jereme Leung was good.

Location & Contact


#03-02, Raffles Arcade 328 North Bridge Road
Singapore 189673

Restaurant location


  • Non Smoking Area

  • Credit card

  • Other payment options

  • Wheelchair access

  • Free Wireless internet (WiFi)

  • Parking

  • Takeaway Meals

  • Reservation recommended

  • Air conditioning

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