New in town: Jyu Lae Bistro — Taiwanese-style egg crepes, zi char, fusion dishes, exquisite cocktails & daily live band

For regulars who enjoy dining at Jyu Gae Bistro at Lazada One building, you’ll be pleased to know that they have opened a new concept called Jyu Lae Bistro at Suntec City Tower 5, which officially opened to the public on 3 Dec 2023.

Jyu Lae Bistro - front

Jyu Lae Bistro - ambience

Jyu Lae Bistro immediately transports you to an ancient palace with its red lanterns and Oriental decor, creating a warm and romantic ambience. In contrast to its initial outlet, which offers a blend of al fresco dining and indoor seating, this new space is fully air-conditioned.

The menu features a mixture of Taiwanese classics, street food, and fusion dishes featuring a blend of Asian flavours.

Jyu Lae Bistro - egg rolls

There are 4 kinds of Taiwanese-style egg crepes to choose from. We tried the House Special Taiwanese Ham & Cheese Egg Crepe (S$12.90). The cheesy ham filling was encased in roti prata and rolled to perfection.

Jyu Lae Bistro - egg roll dipping into sauce

Dunk it into the garlic and soy dip by the side and be rewarded with a lovely garlicky and savoury burst of flavour.

Jyu Lae Bistro - pork ribs

The Red Wine-Braised Pork Ribs with Modern Bak Kut Teh Sauce and Smoked BBQ Sauce (S$33.90) featured slabs of tender pork ribs together with a mixed salad served with you tiao croutons underneath.

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Jyu Lae Bistro - pork ribs bak kut teh sauce

The bak kut teh sauce was herby and rather unique but I preferred the good ol’ smoked BBQ sauce instead for its added hints of sweetness.

Jyu Lae Bistro - mala pasta

Jyu Lae Bistro - mala pasta closeup

Spice enthusiasts, indulge in the Mala Madness Chicken Pasta (S$18.90). Al dente linguine, tossed with dried chillies, Sichuan peppercorns, and peanuts, delivers a fiery explosion in the mouth alongside a satisfying nutty flavour. The juicy, tasty grilled chicken thigh on the side completes the dish.

Jyu Lae Bistro - croissant ice cream

If you have room for dessert, you must try the Sizzling Croissant Ice Cream with Oolong Tea Caramel Sauce (S$14.90). 2 scoops of peanut muah chee ice cream filled with brown chewy jelly bits are stuffed in a croissant and placed on a sizzling skillet. Next, an oolong tea caramel sauce is drizzled right on top— perfection!

Jyu Lae Bistro - bar

Be sure to also check out the various beers on tap, soju, and a range of exquisite cocktails available at Jyu Lae Bistro.

Jyu Lae Bistro - cocktail

Presented with regal elegance, Concubine Yang’s Dream of Mango Pomelo Sago (S$18) is served in 2 Oriental tea cups. One cup holds a delightful mango pomelo sago dessert, while the other contains an alcoholic blend featuring ingredients like coconut, rum, and triple sec.

Jyu Lae Bistro - cocktail mixing

The choice is yours as you blend both elements to your desired strength in 2 opulent gold cups— an ideal option for those, like me, who aren’t avid drinkers.

Jyu Lae Bistro - live band

Enhance your dining experience with daily live band performances from 8pm onwards for a delightful musical ambience. Of course, if you’re looking for a quiet heart-to-heart conversation with a friend, it’s worth noting that things might get a bit noisy during this time.

Come check out Jyu Lae Bistro at Suntec City today!

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Our Rating: 3.5 / 5

Jyu Lae Bistro

3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City, #01-315/316 , Singapore 038983

Our Rating 3.5/5

Jyu Lae Bistro

3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City, #01-315/316 , Singapore 038983

Telephone: +65 8883 3660
Operating Hours: 10.30am - 1am (Sun to Thu), 10.30am - 3am (Fri & Sat)
Telephone: +65 8883 3660

Operating Hours: 10.30am - 1am (Sun to Thu), 10.30am - 3am (Fri & Sat)
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