Specially curated to present lost masterpieces to ancient Chinese provincial dishes, 藝 yì by Jereme Leung does not look to present one specific style of Chinese cuisine. Instead, Jereme showcases an array of Chinese cuisines with a modern touch, such as the eye-catching Hundred-ring Cucumber with Sea Whelk – a classic dish found in China’s Northern region during warm summer months. The Hundred-ring Cucumber with Sea Whelk at 藝 yì by Jereme Leung is skillfully sliced and served with refreshing vinaigrette and sea whelk. Unlike a pot of customary tea, Jereme prefers and encourages guests to pair their meals with a bottle of wine or a cocktail, together with his signature drinking snacks. He believes that this pairing invigorates the communal vibrancy of a home-cooked meal while encouraging heart-warming conversations.
Hundred-ring Cucumber with Poached Sea Whelk
Braised Beef Cheeks Tendon
Ox Tail with Sorghum Grains
Golden Roasted Duck with
Rose & Fermented Bean Sauce
and Rainbow Pancakes
Luffa Melon & Pig's Stomach in Peppercorn Broth
With effect from 7 April, 藝 yì by Jereme Leung is now temporarily closed for dine-in. This is in line with the new Circuit Breaker measures announced by Singapore Government.
Thank you for your understanding and support during this challenging period. Meanwhile, our teams are preparing new experiences and menus to welcome you back in a month’s time.
Please continue to enjoy the Raffles dining experience with the Raffles Grab & Go takeaway service. Visit www.rafflessingapore.com/grabandgo to learn more.