History of Shin Yeh
Cuisine as a Tradition
Shin Yeh restaurants represent more than just the satisfying of physical hunger of our customers – it is a wholesome dining experience that spans over thirty years in the F&B industry. Expanding from a shop in Taipei’s back alley to the business districts, and then from Taipei to Beijing and Singapore, Shin Yeh, deeply rooted in Taiwanese cuisine, has inherited generations of traditions. Nurturing insistence, innovation and inclusiveness, Shin Yeh has evolved into a unique and international gourmet brand.
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Starting Up from 11 Tables
In 1977, a businesswoman with a dream set up a small restaurant in a Taipei back alley. Mrs Lee Xiu Ying began with only 11 tables and thus Shin Yeh was found. Taiwanese cuisine at that time consisted mainly of dishes that were relatively simple. The lack of banquet dishes proved challenging for the company in its early days.
Mrs Lee worked on innovating and developing gourmet dishes from traditional Taiwanese cooking. She then took a direct approach in building her clientele, initiating managers to visit new guests at their place of work to express her sincerity. This, coupled with the taste of the dishes prepared, generated a long-lasting credibility with customers within five years. Shin Yeh’s reputation saw a steady rise due to these word-of-mouth efforts; its customer base has increased significantly since.
A Place for Family and Friends
The Shin Yeh experience begins from the moment you walk in – you are greeted by friendly, cheerful staff who have been trained to provide stellar hospitality efforts. The general feel of the restaurant serves to make you feel at home; a place for you to meet your friends and loved ones. As Mrs Lee considers all employees of Shin Yeh as her own family members, most of them feel secure about their careers. This sense of belonging in the company encourages staff to treat all customers as their own guests. Employees bring their children into the business generation after generation. This has built a culture of enterprise and ownership within the company.
Attention to Details
Shin Yeh’s charm lies in the intricacy of their cuisine preparation. Focusing on the minutest of details, specifications extend to even the thickness of how the green onions should be cut. Chefs have perfected their techniques through various trial and error methods. Resulting in a series of delicate execution methods for ingredient and taste modifications, this is also applicable to efforts taken to improve plating and presentation styles.
Shin Yeh’s suppliers are considered partners who assist the restaurants in coordinating research on food materials and quality. They brand their products with a simple promise to always offer the best food and service qualities to all customers. This is perennial in helping Shin Yeh weather slumps and downturns in any economic climate.
Composer of Gourmet Food
Aroma has no physical boundaries; neither is there a limit on quality or innovation in gourmet cooking. To satisfy tastes in different market segments, Shin Yeh has expanded their business offerings to that of four Taiwanese cuisine restaurants; one Shabu Shabu restaurant, three Curry Champs, four Japanese buffets, one young-fashioned Taiwanese cuisine restaurant, and one high-end ambiance restaurant in Taipei 101. These outlets are now extending regionally into China, Japan and Singapore.
Company Mission: Preserving the Taste of Taiwan
On their 20th anniversary, Shin Yeh published two cookbooks “Authentic Taiwanese Cuisine” and “The Best Selection of Taiwanese Cuisine” to provide a historical overview of the innovation and development of their many dishes. On their 30th anniversary, ShinYeh published their third cookbook “Heart and Soul - Taiwanese Cuisine from the Shin Yeh restaurants”, and it was promptly awarded “Best Cookbook in the World” at the renowned Gourmand World Cookbook Awards 2007.
Shin Yeh instituted and sponsored an annual Children’s Cooking Experience Camp to teach them about Taiwanese food. Shin Yeh also sponsors the annual Taipei Spring Roll Festival to educate people on the value of this dish in a family reunion setting. These events demonstrated Shin Yeh’s heartfelt efforts in corporate social responsibility.
Smile, Because the Fortune is at Your Lips
Shin Yeh’s logo comes from the company name: flourishing leaves in the shape of smiling lips, full of life, turned towards the sun. Beginning with traditional Taiwanese dishes, Shin Yeh has since developed a wide range of food and beverage offerings.
Shin Yeh builds on this philosophy of providing clients with a wonderfully memorable dining experience.
Concept behind Shin Yeh Singapore
Wholesome Dining Experience
Having won numerous fans for its refreshing revival of nostalgic Taiwanese cuisine, the highly successful restaurant group Shin Yeh has joined hands with TungLok Group to work its culinary magic.
Taipei-based Shin Yeh opens its doors on 4 October 2008 in a joint-venture with the TungLok Group of Singapore. It will offer once-forgotten home-cooked Taiwanese dishes painstakingly revived and recreated in a unique style.
Shin Yeh has chosen from over hundreds of popular Taiwanese dishes to furnish its local menu with the finest from Taiwan’s rich gastronomic heritage. Says TungLok’s President & CEO, Mr. Andrew Tjioe, “Shin Yeh is a restaurant for absolutely everyone and anyone who wants to enjoy true Taiwanese cuisine.”
Shin Yeh prides itself on its dedication to using only the freshest ingredients and finest culinary skills to produce the most authentic Taiwanese flavours.
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Located at Liang Court, the new 300-seater restaurant will offer eight private rooms spread over 9,000 square feet within walking distance to the buzzing riverfront nightspots of Clarke Quay and Boat Quay.
Guests will be ushered into a casual, Modern Oriental setting as they step into an ambience of beige leather sofas within a cozy bamboo garden setting overlooking the Singapore River. The restaurant also offers a private function area accommodating up to ten tables.
Shin Yeh is the only Taiwanese restaurant in Singapore to offer a complete Taiwanese team of managers and head chefs. For a true Taiwanese experience, we’ve got it covered. Our service manager is also well-trained to speak Japanese to make any Japanese guest feel at home.
For an experience of Taiwan in Singapore, diners will certainly feel at home with our warm service and truly authentic dishes.
Restaurant Assosociation of Singapore (RAS)
Epicurean Star Award 2011
Singapore Best Restaurants
The Hungry Bunny
June 13, 2014
More than the "Legally Blond" archetype
November 6 , 2008
food section by Florence Fong
177 River Valley Road
Liang Court Shopping Centre,
Liang Court Shopping Centre,
Tel: +65 6338 7337
Fax: +65 6336 6142
Mondays – Saturdays
Lunch: 11:30 - 3:00PM
Sundays & Public Holidays
Lunch: 11:00 - 3:00PM
Dinner: 6:00 - 10:30PM
Set Meals Served
Yes (Lunch & Dinner)
Private Function Rooms:
6 Private Rooms
About S$20/- Per Person
Yes ($30 per bottle)
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