Jyu Gae Bistro is a late-night Taiwanese bistro and bar with live music serving grilled skewers, ice cream popiah & more

by Christabel Tan

I’ve yet to visit Taiwan (soon, I hope), but I’ve already embarked on a potentially never-ending journey of discovering the best Taiwanese food Singapore has to offer.

A new supper spot to check out the next time those cravings for braised pork rice (lu rou fan) or egg crepes arise is Jyu Gae Bistro in Bras Basah.

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The cosy yet atmospheric bistro prides itself on creating a “welcome home” Taiwanese dining experience for every guest that walks through the door, which is very fitting, given that the “” in Jyu Gae (聚阁) translates to the word “gather”.

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A unique blend of Taiwanese flavours takes centre stage in the menu, which features an extensive selection of breakfast/brunch offerings, rice bowls, grilled skewers, dessert, and so much more, alongside a variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages like Taiwan beer and bubble tea.

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Jyu Gae Bistro is perhaps best known for its signature Claypot Rice Braised Set (S$13.90), tender-braised pork belly served in a clay pot alongside piping hot rice, gooey-yolk eggs, pork floss, and pickled vegetables. Hearty and value-for-money!

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Those who can never get enough of classic Taiwanese street food can go for the Jyu Gae Signature 3 Bowls Set (S$16.90), a house special featuring Braised Pork Rice, Oyster Mee Sua, and Salt & Pepper Popcorn Chicken.

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One of the more unique offerings on the menu has got to be the Jingyi Night Market Hotplate Sizzling Noodle (from S$15.90) — chewy noodles and a sunny-side-up served on a sizzlin’ hotplate with your choice of protein (Signature Grilled Chicken, Classic Pork Shop, Salmon Steak, or Ribeye Steak) and black pepper or mushroom sauce.

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If you drop by after 8.30pm (or wait till then), you can also tuck into smoky yakitori-style Grilled Skewers, which include the likes of Taiwanese Sausage (S$4.90), Chicken Teriyaki (S$3), Seafood Tempura (S$3), and Grilled Tiger Prawn (S$4.90).

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Don’t forget to end the meal with one of Taiwan’s most beloved street food staples — Taiwanese Ice Cream Popiah (S$8.90) — in flavours like Muah Chee, Taro Yam, and Coconut.

And of course, guests can expect to be entertained by a live band every night from 8pm onwards!

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Up for an evening of good food, music, and merrymaking till late? You know where to go the next time you feel peckish after a date at the National Museum!

Reservations can be made here.

Jyu Gae Bistro 齊聚酒閣
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????51 Bras Basah Rd, #01-08 Lazada One, Singapore 189554
???? 10.30am–12am (Sun to Thu), 10.30am–3am (Fri & Sat)

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