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Chef Pepe Moncayo.

Chili crab.

The bar area.

The open kitchen and a suspended floral art installation.

Fresh Fare

Jiwa Singapura brings Singapore’s cuisine to Tysons Galleria

Pepe Moncayo (known for Michelin-starred Cranes in DC) has opened the area’s first Singaporean fine-dining restaurant in Tysons Galleria. Designed by DC-based //3877, Jiwa Singapura features an open kitchen and a suspended floral art installation, reminiscent of the Southeast Asian island. A bar and outdoor seating also beckon. Barcelona-born Moncayo, who spent nine years in Singapore, reinterprets the country’s street fare with entrées such as chili crab. 2100 International Drive; 571-425-4101. jiwasingapura.com

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