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Changi City Point Food Guide: Cheap Japanese Food And More In The East

9th March 2020

Changi City Point food guide


Located in the heart of Changi Business Park, Changi City Point is a food haven that is easily accessible from the airport, as well as from Simei, Bedok and Tampines. From tempura don to Vietnamese pho, here is a comprehensive list of Changi City Point food options to whet your appetite. 


1. Ajisen Ramen


Bowl of Ajisen Ramen
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Get yourself a bowl of ramen at Ajisen Ramen. Each bowl comes complete with their signature tonkotsu soup and senmiyua rich brown sauce that complements the soup’s light flavour. Choose from a range of ramen that is available on the menu, such as the original Ajisen Ramen ($10++) and Spicy Cha Shu Ramen ($10++). For an additional $3.90++, you can make your meal a set, which comes with a side dish and a drink of your choice.

Unit number: #01-35/36
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6636 1600
Website


2. Akimitsu


Akimitsu Tendon
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Award-winning tempura restaurant Akimitsu has a branch at Changi City Point, so you can savour their light, crispy tempura that is prepared using their unique family recipe. Order their Signature Tendon ($14.90++), which comes with a generous serving of Koshihikari rice and tempura such as eggplant, shiitake mushroom, seaweed, pumpkin, dory fish fillet, and prawns.

You can also opt for a full-on Vegetable Tendon ($12.90++), which comes packed with an assortment of vegetables such as golden and shiitake mushrooms, French beans, carrots, baby corn, eggplant, seaweed, and pumpkin.

Unit number: #04-65
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6264 3390
Website


3. Curry is Drink


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At Curry is Drink, you can choose to have their delicious gravy served as a soup on the side. Coming in a cute little coffee cup, the curry can be poured over your meal or drunk like you would a beverage. 

The curry rice served here is fully customisable, with prices starting from $14.90++. You can choose between Original and Black Curry, with mixed grains or Japanese rice as your base. For your main, you have a choice amongst various meats such as pork cutlet, fried chicken, chicken cutlet, fried prawn, and fried dory fish.

Unit number: #B1-32/33
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6444 0911
Website


4. Five Izakaya Bar


izakaya dishes at point five izakaya
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Just as their name suggests, Five Izakaya Bar offers $5 deals on a selection of their house pours, wines, sake, and umeshu all day every day. These include Absolut Vodka, Beefeater Gin, Havana Club Rum, Ballantine’s Whisky, Jim Beam White Bourbon, Wakayama Umeshu, and Geikkekan Kansen Sake.

Their food menu features Japanese classics such as Ebi Fry Don ($12++) and Kitsune Udon ($10++). They also serve kushiyaki and skewers on their menu, with options including Eggplant ($4), Pork Belly ($6++), and Chicken Thigh with Leek ($6++)

Unit number: #01-66/67
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 12pm to 12am, Sun 3pm to 10pm
Tel: 6604 8255
Website


5. Ichiban Sushi


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Ichiban Sushi boasts a huge selection of sushi including the usual suspects: Salmon ($2.40++), Maguro ($2.40++), Aburi Maguro ($2.40++), Tamago ($2.40++), and Tuna Mayo ($2.40++), along with a few funkier options of lobster salad sushi rolls and crabstick cucumber nigiri. 

A more recent addition to their menu is their Hotstone Udon, which goes for $5.90++ per bowl from 2:30pm to 5pm on weekdays. Each bowl comes with a meat of your choice—chicken, beef, pork, or seafood—and is cooked with a house-made miso broth, making it perfect for warming up on a rainy day.

Unit number: #B1-12
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6636 1638
Website


6. Idaten Udon


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Idaten Udon offers customisable udon bowls, with prices starting from $5.80 for a regular bowl of Kake or Zaru Udon. For just $1 more, you can swap your udon for some of the other udon options they have available, such as Matcha and Togarashi

You can also order side dishes to complete your meal, with options such as Deep Fried Mini Crab ($2.80), Enoki Mushroom Tempura ($1.80), and Prawn Tempura Onigiri ($2.80) up for grabs.

Unit number: #B1-12
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
Tel: 6636 1736
Website


7. Menzo Butao


menzo butao ramen
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Tonkotsu ramen is the name of Menzo Butao’s game. The dish comes served in three different types of broths: Butaō (white) pork, Kuroō (black) garlic & onion, and Akaō (red) spicy miso. If you’re overwhelmed by the sheer number of choices available on their menu, start with the safer options such as the Original Cha Shu Ramen ($12.90++) and the Original Pork Shabu Ramen ($14.90++)

Unit number: #B1-34
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm
Website


8. Ootoya



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Take a break from the usual zi char fare and head down to Ootoya for hearty Japanese home-style cooking. Order a hotpot to serve as your meal’s centrepiece. This includes the Kasan ($12.90++) in which crispy breaded chicken and mixed vegetables are cooked in a mellow soy sauce broth.

For something that’s richer, try their Misoton ($17++)a hotpot of crispy breaded Yongenton pork loin cutlet that’s cooked in a miso sauce broth. Other dishes to try at Ootoya include the Tori Kurozu ($12.50++), which features crispy fried chicken and vegetables served in black vinegar sauce, and Okimedai ($16++)a charcoal-grilled sea bream marinated with shoyu-koji (soy sauce malt)

Unit number: #01-30/31
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6636 1228
Website


9. Shabu Sai


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Make your way to Shabu Sai for all-you-can-eat shabu shabu and sukiyaki hotpot, where prices start from $14.99++ for their weekday lunch. You’ll be treated to a selection of meats including chicken, pork, and Wagyu beef, along with their huge array of vegetables such as broccoli, shiitake mushrooms, lettuce, bean sprouts, and enoki mushrooms. 

You can choose two soup bases out of the six available: seaweed, sukiyaki, spicy, curry dashi, tomato, and tonkotsu shoyu.

Unit number: #B1-28/29
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 11:30am to 10pm, Fri 11:30am to 9:45pm, Sat 11:30am to 10:30pm
Tel: 6444 9569
Website


10. Crave



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Get your nasi lemak fix at Crave, with each set coming with a meat of your choice. Try their signature Nasi Lemak with Beef Rendang ($9.90), or settle for their regular Selar Fish ($5.90) or Chicken Wing ($5.90) sets. You can also order side dishes to buff up your meal, such as Bergedil ($1.20) and Nyonya Otah ($1.80).

Unit number: #B1-06/07
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tel: 6244 3126
Website


11. Dough Culture


youtiao at Dough culture
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Dough Culture focuses on traditional Chinese fried dough goodies such as the familiar You Tiao ($1.10), Spring Rolls ($1.40) and Butterfly Buns ($1). For a heartier meal, you can order their Tau Suan ($2) and Vegetarian Porridge ($2.80), which comes with their signature you tiao.

Unit number: #B1-K3
Opening hours: Daily 9:30am to 9:30pm
Tel: 6752 2123
Website


12. Gong Yuan Mala Tang


mala tang
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If you’re craving mala for dinner, head down to Gong Yuan Mala Tang, which offers mala bowls at a fixed rate of $2.88 per 100g of both meat and vegetable ingredients. Expect to find the usual suspects of chicken, pork, and beef, along with vegetables such as corn, straw mushrooms, cabbage, and spinach. 

Non-spicy soup base options are available if you can’t handle the heat of mala. These include pork bone, tomato, pickled vegetable, mushroom and sesame dressing sauce.

Unit number: #B1-51/52
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 3pm, 6pm to 10pm
Website


13. Han’s


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Han’s serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, offering a mixture of local and Western cuisine at wallet-friendly prices. For a simple breakfast, opt for the fuss-free Fried Egg & Ham Sandwich (from $3.40). If you’re feeling especially hungry, opt for set meals such as the Scrambled Egg with Bacon ($7) that’s served with buttered toast and a choice of coffee or tea.

For lunch and dinner, you can get a main course set meal, where the options such as Fish & Chips ($9.80) and Grilled Pork Chop ($13.80) come served with the soup of the day and a drink of your choice. Alternatively, you can opt for local favourites such as Hor Fun ($8.80) and Fried Rice with Ham, Prawn & Egg ($8.80)

Unit number: #01-51/52/53
Opening hours: Daily 7am to 10pm
Tel: 6708 6752
Website


14. Jollibee


jollibee fried chicken
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No list of Changi City Point food is complete without mentioning Jollibee. The outlet here is one of the few Jollibee outlets in the east. Go for the classic Chickenjoy chicken that’s served alongside their signature sweet Jolly Spaghetti ($6.95).

Fans of spicy food can opt for their Spicy Chickenjoy, which you can get in a value meal with rice (from $4.50). Alternatively, ditch the carbs and simply go for a Chickenjoy Bucket ($16) which comprises six pieces of chicken so you can share ’em with your friends and family.

Unit number: #01-37/38
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tel: 6538 4518
Website


15. Li Xin The Fishball Folks 


fishball noodles at li xin
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Go back to basics and tuck into a bowl of Teochew fishball noodles by Li Xin The Fishball Folks. Their standard bowl of Fishball Noodles ($4.50) comes with yellowtail fishballs that are freshly handmade daily, giving them a QQ bouncy texture when you bite into them. Order your noodles dry and spicy, and they’ll be doused in a chilli sauce that has a satisfying kick without being too overpowering.

Other variants of the standard fishball noodles include Fish Dumpling Noodles ($5), Fish Cake Noodles ($5.30), and Fishball Minced Meat Noodles ($4.80).

Unit number: #B1-50
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 9pm
Website


16. Ohana Poke


ohana poke bowl
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Poke bowls at Ohana Poke are fully customisable with the smallest portion starting from $12.80. Choose from their wide selection of bases, proteins, toppings and dressings to build a healthy post-workout meal.

If you’re feeling lazy, you can opt for one of Ohana Poke’s standard bowls. Their Salmon Mentai Soba ($13.80) comes packed with all kinds of superfoods including aburi salmon mentaiko, buckwheat soba, mixed greens, pumpkins, black pepper tofu, beetroot, cherry tomatoes, and fish roe. 

Unit number: #01-20
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
Tel: 6538 3083
Website


17. MOA Tiki New Zealand Bar & Grill


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To truly get a taste of New Zealand, swing by MOA Tiki New Zealand Bar & Grill, as they are the sole distributor of premium craft beers and Allan Scott wines from the country. 

Start with their four-pack MOA Beer Samplers 90ml ($12++), which has a variety of options such as Blanc, Methode, Original, Five Hop, and St Joseph. You can also order food to accompany your alcohol fiesta, with reasonably priced lunch set meals that start from $11.99++. A wide range of mains is included in each set, including Prawn Aglio Olio, MOA Burger with Fries & Salad, Half Spring Chicken with Fries & Salad, and Honey Pork Ribs with Fries and Coleslaw.

Unit number: #01-70/71
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11:30am to 12am, Sun 5pm to 12am
Tel: 6636 3353
Website


18. Paper Rice Vietnamese Kitchen


paper rice spring rolls and skewers
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Tuck into a Vietnamese food feast at Paper Rice Vietnamese Kitchen, which has a menu boasting ingredients sourced from North, South, and Central Vietnam. Try their signature Barbeque Meat Platter ($24.90++) that comes with pork, chicken, grilled beef skewers, a serving of fresh vegetables, and rice vermicelli.

Not to be missed is their selection of pho, such as the Da Nang Pork Noodle Soup ($12.90++)a sliced beef and bone broth that is brimming with rice noodles, prawn, hard-boiled egg, fried spring rolls, vegetables, and rice crackers.

Unit number: #B1-26/27
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 11am to 3pm, 5pm to 10pm, Fri-Sun 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6443 1261
Website


19. Proofer Bakery & Pizzeria


proofer pizza
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Proofer Bakery & Pizzeria specialises in pizzas, with prices starting from $3.90 for a Quarter Pan to $13.90 for a Whole Pan. Choose from a range of flavours to complete your pizza, such as the simple Ono Hawaiian that’s studded with pineapple and ham, and the filling Proofer Signature that’s loaded with pineapple, ground beef, ham, pepperoni, and grilled oregano chicken.

Unit number: #B1-39
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tel: 6636 0366
Website


20. Saizeriya


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Included in the list of Changi City Point food is Saizeriya. The wallet-friendly Italian diner has an extensive menu of cheap dishes such as their Carbonara ($5.90), a simple yet delicious pasta cooked with egg sauce and bacon, and their Oven Grilled Escargots ($5.90), which are served piping hot in garlic butter and sauteed onions.

Unit number: #B1-44/45
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6443 8058
Website


21. Seoul Garden HotPot


Seoul Garden Hotpot Wagyu beef promotion december

Although hotpot is in their name, Seoul Garden HotPot serves more than just that; they also offer a huge selection of other Korean dishes such as bibimbap and jigae on their menu. Get the clear Wagyu Beef Doen Jang Guk ($19.90++), which is made with doen jang (Korean soybean paste) stock, giving the broth a light dose of umami.

If you’re not in the mood for hotpot, you can always try out the grilled dishes, such as their stellar Wagyu Beef Hot Plate ($19.90++) that’s cooked with shiitake mushrooms, enoki mushrooms, spring onion, sliced green chilli and gravy. 

Unit number: #01-18/19
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11am to 9:30pm, Sun 11:30am to 10:30pm
Tel: 6444 6339
Website


22. Stuff’d


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Pick up one of Stuff’d’s wholesome burritos and quesadillas, which are made fresh daily and packed full with generous portions of proteins and greens. Start with a basic Chicken Quesadilla ($7.80) or a Beef Corn Carne Burrito ($7.30), and customise your wrap with a solid range of vegetables including guacamole, lettuce, and corn.

Stuff’d also whips up heartier dishes, such as Daily Bowls (from $7.50) and Kebabs (from $5.30), that will fuel you up for the entire day.

Unit number: #B1-20
Opening hours: Daily 10:30am to 8:50pm
Website


23. Table Manners


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Table Manners features Western fare, ranging from burgers to salads and pasta. Try their chef-recommended Arcadian Chicken ($18++), a roasted Cajun chicken leg that comes served with potato wedges, sauteed broccoli and garlic strips. Their Norwegian Baked Salmon ($22++), which comes with garlic miso mayo, buttered mashed potato, and mushroom ragout, is also highly recommended.

If you have room for dessert, check out their Sticky Date Cake ($12++), a textured cake that is topped with warm house-made butterscotch sauce and vanilla bean ice cream.

Unit number: #01-68/69
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 11am to 10pm, Fri 11am to 10:30pm, Sat 3pm to 10:30pm, Sun 12am to 9pm
Tel: 6604 7669
Website


24. The Original Boat Noodle


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Get a legit taste of Thailand at The Original Boat Noodle, which whips up boat noodles at just $1.50 per bowl. You can choose between two types of broth: Pathumthani, a sour-spicy dark soy sauce broth, and Ayutthaya, a mildly spicy creamy dark broth.

You then pick your noodle type, rice or springy, before choosing either chicken or beef for your protein. To further complement your meal, check out The Original Boat Noodles’ other Thai dishes, such as their Pad Thai ($8.90), Kra-Pow Chicken Rice ($9.90), and Crispy Fried Som Tam ($5.90).

Unit number: #B1-34A
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 9pm
Tel: 6787 8134
Website


25. The Soup Spoon Union


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A warm, comforting bowl of soup is just what you need when the weather turns cold, and The Soup Spoon Union is a good place to get one. They serve a variety of soups to suit every palate, starting from SG Chicken & Mushroom ($8.20), a creamy stew that comprises chunks of marinated chicken, herbs, and mushrooms to the Tangy Tomato with Basil ($6.50), a thick creamy stew made from a blend of roasted tomatoes and basil.

Unit number: #B1-24/25
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6636 3142
Website


26. The White Tiffin


New Restaurant October White Tiffin

The White Tiffin specialises in both local and Peranakan fare, and is best known for its staggering Nasi Lemak XXL ($49.90), an enormous platter that is able to feed up to four people. Loaded with a mountain of butterfly pea coconut rice, the dish also features lobster gratin, salted egg fish skin, battered fish fillet, hard-boiled egg, ikan bilis, peanuts, poppadoms, achar, sambal chilli, and their signature curry chicken.

The lobster gratin is the platter’s star attraction. The sweet, succulent lobster is topped with a rich cheesy cream sauce that is sturdy enough to give you a satisfying IG-worthy cheese pull.

Read our full review of The White Tiffin.

The White Tiffin Review: XXL Lobster Nasi Lemak at Alexandra Road

Unit number: #01-44
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 9:30pm
Tel: 6777 0833
Website


27. TungLok Signatures


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Experience Chinese fine dining at TungLok Signatures, which serves an extensive menu of both traditional and contemporary Chinese cuisine in a lavish setting. Start by ordering from their signature dish menu, with their Double-boiled Abalone with Seafood, Sliced Ham and Cream of Pumpkin served in Mini Pumpkin ($28++) coming highly recommended. Other stand-out dishes include their Pan-fried Spanish Iberico Pork ($15++) and Shiitake Mushroom Trio ($10++)

If you’re planning on dining here with your extended family, you can consider ordering some of TungLok’s larger dishes, such as their Traditional-style Baked Fortune Chicken ($98++) and Roast Suckling Pig ($238++).

Unit number: #01-26/27
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 3pm, 6pm to 10:30pm
Tel: 6636 0606
Website


28. Wee Nam Kee Chicken Rice


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Wee Nam Kee Chicken Rice is regarded as one of Singapore’s best chicken rice stall, with their chicken available in three variants: steamed, roasted, and with soya sauce. A standard plate of Chicken Rice is priced at $4.80. Those with ravenous appetites can simply order a Quarter ($8.50), Half ($16), or Whole ($32) chicken and pair it with their Rice ($0.80).

You can also top up your meal with the side dishes that Wee Nam Kee has on their menu, such as HK Kailan with Oyster Sauce (from $8), BBQ/Roasted Pork (from $8), and Onion Omelette (from $8).

Unit number: #B1-35
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tel: 6443 6800
Website


29. Wok Master


New Restaurant City Square Mall - Wok Master Food

Embark on a crab feast over at Wok Master, where you can get two whole Indonesian mud crabs cooked with chilli, black pepper or salted egg sauce at $58++. Apart from these classic crab dishes, you can also try their Crab Bee Hoon Soup ($30++ for one, $48++ for two crabs) and Crab Tang Hoon Dry ($30++ for one, $48++ for two crabs).

Unit number: #01-28
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tel: 6909 3144
Website


30. WOLF Burgers


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Wolf down on WOLF Burger’s affordable gourmet burgers, starting from their signature Wagyu Beef ($14.90), King Salmon ($14.90), and Dry-Aged Beef ($17.90) burgers. Healthier options are also available on the menu, such as the Miso Tofu Veggie Burger ($9.90) and the Veggie Wrap ($9.90). For just $3 more, you can make your meal a set, which comes complete with a side of fries and a drink.

Unit number: #01-43
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am to 9:30pm, Sat-Sun: 11:30am to 9:30pm
Tel: 6902 0486
Website


Changi City Point food options for your next meal


Since it’s an enormous mall, it follows that Changi City Point is home to an astounding myriad of food options.

For other food options near and around Changi City Point check out our food guides to Jewel at Changi Airport and Changi Village.

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