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35 Jewel Changi Airport Food Places To Dine At, Including Truffle Gyudon And Hokkaido Ice Creams

28th June 2019

Jewel Changi Airport food guide


In most countries, it’s strange to hang out at the airport. But for us Singaporeans, the airport is one of the hottest spots to visit during the weekends. And with the arrival of Jewel, more folks are heading down to the far East for supper runs. From cafes to watering holes and restaurants, here is our Jewel Changi Airport food guide to curb your hunger pangs, whether you’re there to jalan jalan, or making a pitstop before your travels.

Also, be sure to check out our guide to halal food in Jewel!


1. A&W


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A&W has been the talk of the town since returning. The queues are still relatively long during dinner service, but since you waited more than 10 years for their return, a short stint in line is no biggie. While they have more burger items on the menu, we recommend ordering the Golden Aroma Chicken ($3.50 per piece, $9.20 for the two-piece combo) instead.

Check out our A&W review!

Unit number: #B2-209
Opening hours: Daily 8:30am to 11pm
Website
A&W is a halal-certified eatery.

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2. Sankranti Restaurant


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If you’re craving a hot, hearty meal, Sankranti Restaurant has got you covered with their delightful Indian fare. The menu has a mix of traditional Indian curries, grilled meats, naan, and roti, as well as fusion dishes such as Butter Chicken Pizza ($22++), and Salmon Tikka Pasta ($24++).

Unit number: #03-229
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6376 4252
Website | Full list of outlets
Sankranti is not a halal-certified eatery.


3. La Lola Churreria


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A Filipino-Spanish cafe that first opened at Clarke Quay, La Lola Churreria serves traditional churros that are freshly fried in premium olive oil. Their Classico Churros (from $6.50 for three pieces) come with five special dips (from $3) including crowd-pleasing flavours such as Signature Dark Chocolate, Matcha, Purple Yam, and Cream Cheese

Read our La Lola Churreria review.

Unit number: #B2-274
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 9:30pm
Website
La Lola is not a halal-certified eatery.

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4. Kane Mochi


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Kane Mochi is famous for its daifuku, a sweet Japanese mochi filled with premium ice cream. Their mochi skin is soft yet chewy, and they are generous with their ice cream to mochi ratio. The store’s best-selling flavours include Matcha, Thai Iced Tea, Taro, and Cookies and Cream. That being said, we recommend trying their more unique flavours such as Banana Milk and Mocha Chips. Mix and match when you get their box of six, priced at $13.90.

Unit number: #B2-269
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 9am to 9pm, Fri-Sun 9am to 10pm
Website | Full list of outlets
Kane Mochi is a halal-certified eatery.


5. The Alley


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Joining the ever-expanding list of famous Taiwanese bubble tea brands in Singapore is The Alley. They are best known for their Brown Sugar Deerioca Fresh Milk ($5.30), which features their signature QQ Deerioca pearls that are brewed over four hours in a tantalising brown sugar blend. 

Check out our The Alley review!

Unit number:  #B2-273
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9:30pm
Website | Full list of outlets
The Alley is not a halal-certified eatery, but uses no pork or lard.

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6. O’Coffee Club


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O Coffee Club is a nice spot for you to freshen up and grab a cuppa before a flight. Here, you can get a quick bite such as a grab-and-go sandwich, or sit down for a warm meal. Their mains include the hearty Full Breakfast ($11.90) which features bacon, grilled chicken sausages, tomatoes, sauteed mushrooms, fried scrambled eggs, and toast. 

Unit number: #03-216/218
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 9pm
Tel: 6514 8232
Website | Full list of outlets
O Coffee Club is not halal-certified eatery.


7. Potato Corner


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Hailing from the Philippines, Potato Corner doles out large tubs of freshly fried fries boasting unique flavours such as Wanky Wasabi, Creamy Truffle, Cheese, and Sour Cream and Onion. Even their smallest cup, Mega ($5.70) lets you mix two flavours! For those with a voracious appetite, get the humongous Tera Fries ($10.90) that’s big enough for three eaters, and comes with four seasonings.

Unit number: #B2-264
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9:45pm
Website | Full list of outlets
Potato Corner is a halal-certified eatery.


8. Signature KOI


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Signature KOI differs from regular KOI outlets in that it boasts a more refined menu, complete with a spacious dining area. Here, you’ll find artisanal and unique BBT flavours, brewed teas, as well as sweet treats to complete your meal. This includes their popular macarons, with prices starting at $19 for a box of five. 

Unit number: #01-K206
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 10pm
Tel: 6909 9416
Website | Full list of outlets
Signature KOI is not a halal-certified eatery.


9. Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory & Cow Cow Kitchen


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Back in Japan, Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory & Cow Cow Kitchen’s the place to be for cheesy ice cream made with Hokkaido milk that’ll transport you to Japan. The Jewel outlet takes things up a notch with the delicious Cow Cow Sundae ($9.80), which consists of Hokkaido soft serve, a slice of milk cheesecake, and one Salt & Camembert cookie.

Unit number: #B2-265
Opening hours:
Tel: 9186 8390
Website | Full list of restaurants
Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory & Cow Cow Kitchen is not a halal-certified eatery.


10. %Arabica 



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Minimalistic Japanese coffee specialists %Arabica caused quite a stir when they opened their world’s first airport outlet in Jewel Changi, also their fourth cafe in Singapore. The airy, open concept space offers all of %Arabica’s classic brews, made with beans sourced from around the world, including their plantation in Hawaii. First-timers should try their Spanish Latte (from $7.80), served iced or hot. This is one of %Arabica’s most famous offerings, where you get a latte laced with condensed milk—think a lighter version of Vietnamese ca phe. They also sell pastries at this outlet.

Unit number: Level 1, #K2-08
Opening hours:
Tel: 9680 5288
Website
%Arabica is not a halal-certified eatery.

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11. Beauty In The Pot


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Enjoy a one-of-a-kind Taiwanese hotpot experience at Beauty In The Pot in Jewel Changi. They offer six different soup bases, including their signature Beauty Collagen Broth, as well as the Spicy Nourishing Broth, both of which take over eight hours to prepare, as bones are slowly boiled to extract their collagen. Pair your soup base of choice with any of their meat platters to start, with prices starting at $42.90++. We highly recommend ordering their Assorted Paste Platter ($27.90++), which comes with a trio of house-made fish and meat pastes.

Unit number: #B2-224
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 2am
Tel: 6242 5131
Website
Beauty In The Pot is not a halal-certified eatery.


12. Lady M



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Lady M is the patisserie that truly brought mille-crepes into the local spotlight. At Jewel Changi, the brand has a sit-down cafe where you can enjoy any of their popular crepe cakes, all carefully layered with flavoured chantilly cream and at least 20 individual crepes. Flavours include Pistachio, Passionfruit, and Rose, with prices starting at $10+ a slice. Aside from the crepe cakes, Lady M also has tea and coffee on the menu.

Unit number: #02-253
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tel: 6243 0425
Website
Lady M is not a halal-certified eatery.


13. Sukiya Singapore


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Japan’s famous gyudon chain Sukiya has over 2,000 outlets in its native country alone. They recently expanded to Southeast Asia, with a handful of eateries opening in Singapore, including this one at Jewel Changi. Their USP is simple: cheap, delicious beef and rice bowls, with prices starting at just $4.20 for a small portion of their OG Gyudon. We highly recommend that you try their Melted Cheese Gyudon (from $6.80) instead, where tender beef slices are served with a trio of gooey, melted cheeses, and a drizzle of Tabasco. If you’re not big on beef, they also have chicken and unagi dons, most of which come in under $10.

Unit number: #B2-200
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Website
Sukiya is not a halal-certified eatery.


14. Burger & Lobster 


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There are plenty of places to get lobster rolls in Singapore, but Burger & Lobster remains a perennial fave. The UK chain is known for their three bestsellers: The Mayfair ($15++), a burger that comes with a 6oz Nebraskan beef patty and the chain’s signature sauce, the Classic Whole Lobster ($66++), served either grilled or steamed, and their Lobster Roll ($36++), a deliciously messy affair starring lobster meat dressed in a lemon mayo, and served with a tangy, garlicky sauce. Spend an additional $8++ to enjoy your main with fries and a salad. 

Read our Burger & Lobster review.

Unit number: #05-203
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6971 6126
Website
Burger & Lobster is not a halal-certified eatery.

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15. Starbucks Reserve Coffee Bar


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Jewel Changi’s Starbucks Reserve Coffee Bar levels up your experience at the coffee chain by offering specialty brews, and a range of single-origin coffees that are on rotation throughout the seasons. The outlet is also the only one in Singapore where you can get your coffee from a four-tap Nitro station, which serves up brews such as Green Tea Latte and Caramel Macchiato. Beyond the beverages, the spacious, double-storey cafe is also beautiful, and full of nooks to catch up with friends or get work done. Also, if you’re travelling, swing by to get some exclusive Starbucks merch!

Unit number: Level 1, K-207
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 7:30am to 10pm, Fri-Sat 7am to 10pm
Tel: 6910 0959
Website
Starbucks is not a halal-certified eatery, but they do not use alcohol, pork nor lard.


16. Elfuego By Collin’s 


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For refined dining that’s ultra-value-for-money, head down to Elfuego by Collin’s for their set lunches. A two-course option starts at $19.90++ and comes with your choice of appetiser, including options such as Miyagi Oyster, and your pick of main course, from Confit of Atlantic Cod to Honey Glazed Duck Breast. If you’d like to enjoy dessert too, then choose their three-course set instead, priced at $25.90++.  

Unit number: #02-216
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tel: 6513 0716
Website
El Fuego is halal-certified eatery.


17. Kam’s Roast


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Hong Kong’s famed roast meat franchise Kam’s Roast has a restaurant in Jewel Changi that’s great for family meals. Their menu stars a wide range of siu mei, from roasted duck, chicken, and pork, served whole, in platters, or atop rice. If you’re dining with a group, go all out and splurge on the Pipa Duck ($42.80++), which is said to be crispier than Peking duck thanks to how the bird is splayed before roasting. The Iberico Char Siu ($28.80++) is another popular pick, for meltingly tender, fatty slices of Iberico pork, sweetened with char siew sauce.

Unit number: #02-210
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11am to 9pm, Sat-Sun 10am to 9:30pm
Tel: 6513 0716
Website
Kam’s Roast is not a halal-certified eatery.


18. Jinjja Chicken  


Enjoy halal Korean fried chicken and dishes at Jjinja Chicken. Try their double-fried Signature Jjinja Wings (from $8.30 for six), with extra crispy skin, served in a sauce of your choice. Options are soy garlic, yangnyeom, the super spicy Monster sauce, and mixed for a combo of spicy and non-spicy bites. Jjinja Chicken also has rice and noodles, including their signature Jjamjja Myeon ($10.90), a two-in-one mix of jjampong and jjajangmyeon, or Beef Ramdon ($10.90), as inspired by the movie, Parasite.

Unit number: #B1-247
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11am to 9:30pm, Sat-Sun 11am to 10pm
Website
Jinjja Chicken is a halal-certified eatery.


19. Tai Er


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If you love sauerkraut fish, you’ll want to pay a visit to Tai Er. The specialty restaurant is best known for their Suancai & Fish ($48++), where tender white fish is slow-cooked in a piquant sauerkraut soup. Apart from the headliner, the Tai Er menu also has a number of tasty snacks, including Abalone and Shrimp in Spicy Sauce ($12++), and Seaweed Rolls with Salted Egg Yolk ($6++), a Singapore exclusive. Reservations are required to get a table.  

Unit number: #03-208
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11:30am to 2pm, 5pm to 9pm, Sat-Sun 11:30am to 9pm
Tel: 6550 2231
Tai Er is not a halal-certified eatery.


20. Pizzamaru


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Pizzamaru is the world’s largest Korean pizza chain, with 650 outlets globally. They’re really popular for their thick pizzas with a dense, mochi-like dough made with glutinous and black rice. The Real Chicago ($29.90++) is a top-seller, as it comes with a generous dose of three cheeses, as well as beef pepperoni. Otherwise, try any of the pizzas from their Premium offerings, as these are all fusion flavours. The seafood-rich Korean Surf n Turf (from $23.90++) is touted as the best of both worlds, served with a creamy ranch sauce, as well as shrimp and beef cooked in a Korean marinade. 

Unit number: #04-222
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11:30am to 9:30pm, Sat-Sun 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6612 4657
Website
Pizzamaru is not a halal-certified eatery.


21. Tim Ho Wan


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Tim Ho Wan is a fuss-free pick for a quick dim sum fix. The Hong Kong restaurant chain offers a variety of steamed and fried dim sum dishes, rice and congee mains, as well as desserts. Ordering the Baked BBQ Pork Buns ($7.30++) is a must when dining at Tim Ho Wan—these remix the usual steamed char siew buns into fluffy baked buns, complete with a crumble top that’s similar to a polo bun. 

Unit number: #02-223
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 8pm
Tel: 6513 8588
Website
Tim Ho Wan is not a halal-certified eatery.


22. Song Fa Bak Kut Teh 


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Put Song Fa Bak Kut Teh on your radar if you’re looking for an eatery in Jewel Changi to take your tourist friends to as an introduction to Singaporean cuisine. Arguably Singapore’s largest bak kut teh chain, Song Fa serves up comforting bowls of BKT with your pork cut of choice, best enjoyed with sides such as their preserved vegetables, braised eggs, and tau pok. 

Unit number: #B2-278
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 9:30pm
Website
Song Fa Bak Kut Teh is not a halal-certified eatery.


23. Shake Shack


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One of the OG Shake Shack outlets in Singapore is this Jewel Changi outlet. While this spot used to draw major queues when it was one of the few Shake Shacks on our island, the crowd has thankfully mellowed out, so you can enjoy their ShackBurger ($9.70) and more without the intense waiting time. The Jewel outlet also has an exclusive concrete, the Jewela Melaka (from $7.50), where vanilla custard is blended with a rich coconut salted caramel sauce, and Lemuel chocolate chunks, and dressed with gula melaka.

Read our Shake Shack review.

Unit number: #02-256
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Website
Shake Shack is not a halal-certified eatery.

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24. The Hainan Story Chapter Two


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The Hainan Story Chapter Two is a multi-concept eatery that offers all the Hainanese dishes you know and love from the namesake eatery, as well as other local eats from brands such as Newspaper Curry Rice, 218 Hainanese Lor Mee, Ah Mai Kum Hainanese Chicken Rice Porridge Uncle Robert Western & BBQ, and Wee Nam Kee Chicken Rice. We recommend trying the Chapter 2 1980’s Hainanese Pork Cutlet coated with Potato Chips Crumbs ($18.80+) if you want a taste of old-school Western food remixed—this comes with a tender pork cutlet that is breaded in crushed potato chips and served with a sweet Hainanese BBQ sauce.

Read our The Hainan Story Jewel review.

Unit number: #B2-201/202
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 10pm
Tel: 9761 4556
Website
The Hainan Story is not a halal-certified eatery.

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25. White Restaurant


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White Restaurant is the pioneer of a popular zi char dish sold in Singapore: seafood white beehoon. They’ve been serving up this dish since their early days as a humble hawker stall in 1999, and today, they’re a multi-outlet restaurant franchise with eateries around the island. White Restaurant is a great pick for a wallet-friendly fam meal, with most of their rice and noodle dishes priced under $20. 

Unit number: #B1-245/246
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9:30pm
Tel: 6904 2202
Website
White Restaurant is not a halal-certified eatery.


26. Luke’s Lobster 


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Luke’s Lobster serves up top-quality Maine lobsters, crabs, and shrimp that are sustainably sourced and traceable. Head down for seafood rolls that come packed with a whole four ounces of seafood, served on fluffy brioche rolls. If you can’t pick between crustaceans, get the Luke’s Trio ($33.50), which comes with half portions of their lobster, crab, and shrimp rolls. Else, their classic Lobster Roll ($25.50) is a failsafe option. 

Read our Luke’s Lobster review.

Unit number: Level 1, #K2-09
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tel: 6241 5765
Website
Luke’s Lobster is not a halal-certified eatery.

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27. Jumbadog


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When Jumbadog first opened in NEWest, they wowed us with their fusion footlong hotdogs, with BYO options akin to Subway. The same concept applies at their brand-new Jewel opening, where diners get to build their own hotdogs, and dress them with a medley of toppings, from the classic sauces to Asian garnishes such as kimchi and bonito flakes. If you prefer to order off a fixed menu, then their hotdogs are priced under $15. They’ve also got Tako Fries ($5.90), where french fries are garnished with all the trimmings you’d find atop takoyaki.

Read our Jumbadog review.

Unit number: #B2-263
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11am to 9pm
Website
Jumbadog is not a halal-certified eatery.

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28. Tanuki Raw and The World Is Flat


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Tanuki Raw is a familiar name if you’re a fan of oysters and OTT donburi bowls. Get these and more at their stunning Jewel Changi outlet. Located on the fifth floor of the mega-mall, the eatery boasts an indoor-outdoor concept, while diners can enjoy their meal with views of lush greenery, and the iconic jewel fountain.

Chow down on the Jewel Truffle Gyu ($19.90++), an outlet exclusive featuring grilled US short rib marinated in a house-made sukiyaki sauce that’s laced with truffle, or order any of the sandwiches from The World is Flat, Tanuki Raw’s sister eatery that shares the same space. On the latter are American-style toast sandwiches, with offerings such as the deli-style Pastrami Melt ($21++), and Southern-inspired Jalapeño Ranch Fried Chicken Sandwich ($16++). They also have house cocktails, craft beers, and a selection of canned and draught cocktails to enjoy if you fancy a tipple.

Unit number: #05-02
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 9:15pm
Tel: 8590 4900
Website
Tanuki Raw and The World Is Flat are not halal-certified eateries.


29. Birds of Paradise 


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Birds of Paradise is beloved for their botanical gelato flavours, so head down for a post-meal sweet treat here the next time you’re in Jewel Changi Airport. If you’re new to Birds of Paradise, definitely try their White Chrysanthemum ($5), a delicate, floral delight that is perfumed with notes, or their Lychee Raspberry ($5), a juicy, fruity creation. Apart from scoops, they also sell pints to go.

Unit number: #01-254
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Website
Birds of Paradise is not a halal-certified eatery.


30. An Acai Affair 


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For a healthier dessert fix in Jewel Changi, pay a visit to An Acai Affair. Their menu of acai and smoothie bowls is all organic, vegan, and refined sugar-free, so there’s something for everyone, even those with special dietary needs. Bowls start at $6.70 for their pre-designed flavours, or from $7.30 for DIY bowls.

Unit number: #B2-262
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11am to 10pm, Sat-Sun 10am to 10pm
Website
An Acai Affair is not a halal-certified eatery.


31. Tsuta 


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Michelin-starred Tsuta seeks to reinvent the ramen experience by using soba instead of the usual wheat flour ramen noodles in every bowl they serve up. This results in ramen that has more bite, as well as a unique earthiness. Try it for yourself in any of their ramen dishes, including their popular Truffle Shoyu Soba ($16.80++), which comes with the restaurant’s house-made, slow-simmered dashi. Apart from noods, they’ve also got rice bowls and other Japanese side dishes to please the crowd.

Unit number: #02-242
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11am to 9pm, Sat-Sun 11am to 10pm
Website
Tsuta is not a halal-certified eatery.


32. Rrooll


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Get specialty cinnamon buns in a range of sweet and savoury flavours at Rrooll, the first bakery in Singapore that specialises in the baked treat. Prices start at $3.40 for their classic flavours, and go up to $4.20 for the premium options. We’re big fans of the autumnal Cinnamon Apple ($3.40), which sees soft, stewed apple chunks mixed with an Indonesian cinnamon-laced filling, before it is rolled into fluffy dough. If you’re a savoury person, try their Japanese Curry ($4.20), a lightly spiced riff on curry pan.

Read our Rrooll review.

Unit number: #B2-226
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tel: 9222 9392
Website
Rrooll is a halal-certified eatery.

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33. Shang Social 


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Shang Social offers diners three worlds: refined Chinese dining, casual meals, and a full-fledged cocktail bar. The stunning pace also faces Jewel’s waterfall, making it a great spot for special occasions and date nights. We recommend heading down for dim sum at their casual concept, Market, where bamboo baskets and plates of small bites average $6.80+++. Premium items, such as their Kurobuta Xiao Long Bao ($8.80++), are also worth trying out. Aside from dim sum, Shang Social’s Market menu is also known for their Bamboo Noodles, where noodles are made with duck egg and are extra springy. The Dark Soya Sauce & Crispy Pork Lard ($6.80++) is our top pick, thanks to how luscious lard makes the noodles.

Unit number: #01-219-222
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 11:30am to 3pm, 5pm to 9pm, Fri-Sun 1:30am to 4pm, 5pm to 10pm
Tel: 6346 0260
Website
Shang Social is not a halal-certified eatery.


34. The Original Vadai  


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Pasar malam favourite The Original Vadai is known for their uniquely Singaporean take on vadai. Here, the batter is made fluffier than you’d normally get in India, and the vadai rounds are deep-fried with toppings that range from their popular Prawn ($1.20) to the spicy Chilli ($1). The stall has been open since the 1980s and has kept its fanbase going strong since.

Unit number: #B2-267
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 9am to 10pm, Fri-Sun 9am to 11pm
Website
The Original Vadai is not a halal-certified eatery, but they are Muslim-friendly.


35. Perch


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Perch is a bistro that offers Asian-European fusion bites and gorgeous decor in equal doses. It’s a great place to take dates, with forest-themed interiors, a plethora of plants, and a view of the waterfall. Highlights on the menu include the Tiger Prawn & Sakura Ebi Capellini ($24++), served with three tiger prawns and pasta seasoned with crispy sakura shrimp. There’s also the Otah-Otah Slider “Bao” ($10++), where bao buns sandwich crispy otah, and are dressed with herbs and sambal mayo.

Read our Perch review.

Unit number: #02-244/245
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10:30pm
Tel: 6243 6052
Website
Perch is not a halal-certified eatery.

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What to eat at Jewel Changi Airport


With over 100 options to choose from, this list is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Jewel Changi food options. For more Eastside places to dine at, check out our Old Airport Road food centre guide, and list of the best cafes in the East.

Address: 78 Airport Boulevard, Changi Airport, Singapore 819666
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
Nearest MRT Station: Changi Airport

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