The story of
Spurred on by a love for artisanal food and pastries, co-owner and pastry chef Min Yee began her culinary journey at Singapore’s Shatec Institutes, before a move to Paris, where she earned a Le Grand Diplôme and Master certification from Le Cordon Bleu Paris and Ecole Lenôtre respectively, two of the world’s top culinary schools.
Recognizing a gap in the market for premium food offerings in a laid-back setting reminiscent of her visits to Parisian bistros, Min Yee and her husband, Pang, opened P. Bistro in 2013. What began as a small shophouse space along sleepy Owen Road serving simple Asian-inspired Western fare and French classics, soon gained popularity among patrons from all over Singapore, who enjoyed the establishment’s tasty, wholesome food at reasonable prices.
The recipe of
Noteworthy dishes include the Garlic Prawn Aglio Olio, comprising capellini, garlic confit, delectable roasted prawns and chilli garnish, and Nonya Dory, a match made in heaven of the Chef’s signature nonya gravy, a dory fillet cooked on a banana leaf, fragrant jasmine rice and a mouth-watering fried egg.
Indulge a sweet tooth with the Earl Grey Cheesecake, topped with candied roasted walnuts or satisfy peckish demands with the Yuzu Cheesecake, sprinkled with yuzu and citrus peels for added zest. Pastry fans will be spoilt with P.Bistro’s rich butter croissants, baked fresh daily with original Lurpak butter and Elle et Vire dry butter, for the perfect level of crispiness, density and flakiness. Min Yee’s repertoire of French originals also includes crowd favourites such as the Pain Au Chocolat, Palmier and Éclairs.