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13 Halal Food Places At Jewel Changi Airport Serving Burgers, Thai Food And Wagyu Steak

18th April 2019

Halal food at Jewel Changi Airport


Jewel Changi Airport is poised to be everyone’s new favourite hangout spot. Exploring the vast eight acre space will undoubtedly require you to fuel up and, thankfully, there are about 110 F&B outlets to choose from. Muslim visitors need not fret,, as halal munchies are also available here. Check out these 13 halal food places at Jewel Changi Airport serving fuss-free burgers and atas European nosh.


1. A&W


Jewel Halal Food - A&W
Image credit: @hokkori_shisa

Full disclosure, A&W’s halal certification is in the midst of getting approved but once that’s done, you’ll be able to snack on their Coney Dog (from $5.20), Root Beer Float ($3.50) and Waffle Ice Cream ($7.90) to your heart’s delight.

Besides the classics, this store will also be serving new items like the Cream Cheese Burger (from $7.90), which contains beef bacon strips and cream cheese. You’ll be glad to know that the joint operates 24/7, so you can head there during the wee hours to avoid the snaking queues.

A&W Confirms Its Menu And Will Be Open 24/7 At Jewel Changi Airport

Unit number: #B2-209
Opening hours: Daily 24/7
Website


2. Saap Saap Thai


Jewel Halal Food - Saap Saap Thai
Image credit: Saap Saap Thai

Saap Saap Thai is arguably one of the more legit halal Thai chains in Singapore, thanks to their generous noodles that are packed with tender beef slices. That’s why we wholeheartedly welcome another outlet. Meat lovers would be wise to try their Beef Boat Noodle Deluxe ($10.20) that has a good mix of fatty and lean beef parts including brisket and tendon.

You can also expect quintessential Thai desserts here like Mango Sticky Rice ($5.50) and Thai Milk Tea ($2.50).

Unit number: #B1-299
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Website


3. commons


Jewel Halal Food - commons
Image credit: @commonssg

There’s nothing typical about the food at commons. They’ve got a comprehensive selection of pizzas, steaks, and sandwiches – all at affordable prices. Standouts include the Gourmet Cheesy Beefy Burger ($15++) and Carbonara Linguine with Sous Vide Egg ($14++). The former features a thick and tender beef patty, drenched in cheddar cheese sauce. The latter will delight with its cream base and runny sous vide egg.

Unit number: #B2-289/290
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Website


4. Earle Swensen’s


Jewel Halal Food - Earle Swensen’s
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What separates Earle Swensen’s from its more mainstream cousin is its salad bar buffet, which has a wide selection of greens, fruits and, of course, salads. To get in on this, all you gotta do is order one main per person. This includes the Battered Haddock Fish & Chips ($25++) and Earle’s Poultry Combo ($28.50++) that’s heaped with juicy chicken sausage, smoked duck slices, and chicken thigh and breast.

The Jewel outlet also has exclusive items, available till 31 July 2019, like the Charbroiled Certified Angus Beef Short Ribs ($49.90++) that has a beautiful marbling, giving a melt-in-your-mouth finish. Finish your meal with their line-up of sundaes (from $8++), made from gelato flavours like cempedak, yam, Nyonya kaya and Bandung.

Unit number: #03-219
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Website


5. El Fuego By Collin’s


Jewel Halal Food - El Fuego By Collin’s-min
Image credit: El Fuego By Collin’s

If you’ve ever felt FOMO when your colleagues ordered from Collin’s during lunch, here’s your chance to try their food at El Fuego By Collin’s. The dishes here are a lil’ more high SES than the ones you see on GrabFood. That being said, they’re def’ affordable considering the luxe European selection you’re getting.

Indulge in the likes of Charcoal Grilled Australian Wagyu Bavette Steak ($33++), which comes with crushed confit potatoes, and Glazed Spiced Duck Breast ($20++) that’s drizzled with duck jus. You can also unleash your inner tai tai with their high tea (from $10++), which includes a selection of savoury and sweet bites, coupled with coffee and tea.

Unit number: #02-216
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Website


6. Padang Lezat by Indochilli


Jewel Halal Food - Padang Lezat by Indochilli
Image credit: Five Spice

No self-respecting mall is complete without an affordable food court for the masses. That place is Five Spice in Jewel Changi Airport. As of writing, the food court has two halal stores – one of which is Padang Lezat by Indochilli. True to its name, the stall serves nasi padang and nasi ambeng. The latter is served in a giant platter and comes with five sides, including rendang and begedil.

Unit number: #B2-238/239/240
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
Website


7. Nasi Ayam Taman Serasi by Fitra


Jewel Halal Food - Nasi Ayam Taman Serasi by Fitra
Image credit: Five Spice

The other halal stall at Five Spice is Nasi Ayam Taman Serasi by Fitra, which sells Hainanese chicken rice. Like most stalls, customers can choose between steamed and roasted chicken to grace their plates. What sets this stall apart is that the rice is cooked in pandan leaves, chicken stock AND chicken bones for multiple flavour profiles.

Unit number: #B2-238/239/240
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
Website


8. Jinjja Chicken


Jewel Halal Food - Jinjja Chicken
Image credit: @jinjjachicken

If you’re about to fly to Korea but can’t keep your cravings at bay, make a quick pit stop at Jinjja Chicken. Here, you can find so many cheap Korean dishes, you can’t help going “Jinjja (Really)?”

Faves include the Jinjja Wings (from $7.90 for six pieces) and the Army Stew ($10.90)  that challenges your taste buds with the fiery Monster soup base. For those travelling in a squad, get the Big Bang Set ($44.90). It gives you 16 wings, four drumsticks, one kimbap, six mantou, two sets of fries, and four regular sodas.

Unit number: #B1-247
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Website


9. KFC


Jewel Halal Food - KFC

As one of the OGs in Singapore’s fast food scene, KFC needs no introduction. Expect to find staples like the Zinger ($7.20 for a meal) and Original Recipe Chicken ($7.90 for a meal). What’s interesting is that KFC’s Jewel outlet spans three retail spaces. so you’ll prolly find a free spot here when other F&B stores are crowded.

Unit number: #B2-275/276/277
Opening hours: Daily 7am to 12am
Website


10. Burger King


Jewel Halal Food - Burger King

Burger King’s another joint we should all be familiar with. Here, tantalise your taste buds with perennial options like the Mushroom Swiss (from $4.90) and Whopper ($7.20). Be sure to save some space for their tasty desserts like the Taro Turnover ($1) and Hershey’s Sundae Pie ($3).

Unit number: #B2-235/236
Opening hours: Daily 24/7
Website


11. Sama Sama by Tok Tok


Jewel Halal Food - Sama Sama by Tok Tok
Image credit: @eatmekevin

It’s hard to find good Indonesian food in Singapore but Sama Sama by Tok Tok hopes to change that with their dishes, which take standard fare up a notch. Their Ayam Bakar Taliwang features grilled whole chicken marinated with pounded black peppercorns and sea salt, and then served with a spicy Lombok sauce.

Unit number: #03-225/226
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Website


12. So Pho


Jewel Halal Food - So Pho
Image credit: @nevermindsofia

If you’re a fan of Vietnamese food, So Pho has all the food to throw you back to Hanoi, whether it’s spring rolls, noodles or banh mi. If the plethora of items has got you confused, try the Fresh Noodle with Grilled Beef and Fried Spring Rolls ($10.80), which has got a lil’ bit of everything.

Unit number: #B1-248
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Website


13. Subway


Jewel Halal Food - Subway

It’s been about a year since Subway became halal and Muslims islandwide cannot be happier. The chain serves delish subs from just $5.60, including popular flavours like Cold Cut Trio and Meatball Marinara. Make it a full meal and  top up $3.20 to get a drink and two cookies!

Unit number: #B2-223
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Website


Halal places to eat at in Jewel Changi Airport


With all these places to eat, Muslim visitors will never go hungry when they drop by Jewel Changi Airport. Whether it’s an affordable sandwich at Subway or a grand meal at El Fuego, there’s a place for every budget. Best part of it all, this list will only grow in the years to come.

Feature image adapted from: @eatmekevin, @commonssg, Saap Saap Thai, @hokkori_shisa, @nevermindsofia, @jinjjachicken

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