6D Dempsey Road
Singapore 247664

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11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 10:30pm

04:00pm - 01:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

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Nestled in a quieter area of Dempsey Hill, Jiu Zhuang is a beautiful hidden restaurant and bar that is a worth a try. The ambience of Jiu Zhuang perfectly matches up to its name, with the whole restaurant appearing to be a premium drinking house, and decked in heritage, Chinese style decor which aimed to emulate how a sophisticated “atas” drinking parlour might have been like in the past. The immaculate vibes of Jiu Zhuang won my heart. And even though the restaurant is not all that big, they’ve positioned their customers to be comfortably apart from one another, and that is always well appreciated.

As it’s name goes, you’re at a premium bar which offers a wide range of liquor - from Bai Jiu & Huang Jiu to a very extensive wine list. They have a massive range of whiskeys but also a unique selection of cocktails inspired by the four seasons (pictured). The cocktails were decent, but this is a definitely a bar for people who enjoy their hard liquor, be it neat or on the rocks. And when it comes to whiskey, you’ll be spoilt for choice here. Jiu Zhuang has a food menu as well, and no surprise it’s a Chinese menu, with a few dim sum options but also szechuan cuisine. And I’ll highly recommend one of my favourites got to be their Whisky Xiao Long Bao. So if you’re looking for a somewhere unique and quiet for a cosy date night, you can consider heading to this elegant hidden bar✨

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Actually my favorite dish of the night! XLB was juicy and full of flavour, and the kick of whisky was refreshing and strong — and surprisingly works out seamlessly with the flavours of the soup. Truly living up to their name with this alcohol infused dish. Overall, a pretty nice Chinese restaurant to dine at with a good fare of both food and drinks. And not forgetting the old school, elusive charm this cosy restaurant has.


Pork trotter Bee Hoon here is braised to form a smooth, starchy gravy that’s both flavourful and aromatic. It was amazing at the start, but it inevitably gets too much — even for sharing. Plus there’s no meat that comes along with this, so make sure to get dishes to come along with it.


Not as fried as I expected it to be, with the batter being on the thinner side. The thinly coated batter may be a good thing, though I felt like it didn’t embody the element of la zi ji enough — the crispiness, greasiness, and spiciness of it all.


It’s a very small place and as the name says, a drinking place. Surprisingly their food is great as well. Definitely a must try for the soup with Niu Er Hong. You be surprise that the alcohol actually brought out the flavours of the soup. Xiao long bao was too much whiskey to my liking. Fried fish snack was crispy and fresh. Their cab fried rice, prawn & garlic glass noodles and seafood hor fun were flavourful - thumbs up 👍🏻! Will definitely recommend this place for food. Drink wise could not comment since we were dining with kids. And the place do have baby chairs and cutlery.

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@jiuzhuang is hosting a Gin-Happy Evening starring Monkey 47 and Colombo Gin.
**29 June, Wed**
**7pm onwards, with gin drinks from $12++! Free flow gin tonics on the house from 7-8pm. Spread the word? Reservations recommended via xiaoer@jiu-zhuang.com #sgdrinks #yoursingapore #sggin #burpple #hungrygowhere #citynomadsg #bojio