The nucleus of Jewel@Changi, the OCBC Rain Vortex is the world's tallest fountain. The Jewel boasts a world class mega shopping mall, unique play attractions and wide dining choices of local and international restaurants, coffee outlets, artisan pastries, ice-cream ... more than a hundred outlets from different cultures - you have to keep going back to taste them. Click here to browse food outlets
Shiki Hototogisu Ramen restaurant was founded in 2006 in Tokyo, Japan by Michelin-starred (2019 to 2022) Chef Mr Atsushi Yamamoto. It attained the Tokyo Michelin Bib Gourmand Title from 2015 to 2018.
Too many choices in the menu, hard to decide - just pick The Quattro Meat Ramen set which comes with a 5-piece fried Gyoza and Lemon Tea. Quattro ramen is a fusion of the goodness of traditional Japanese smooth noodle, with Cha Shu, Meatball, Iberico Wanton and slices of Duck meat in lightly spicy gravy at inexpensive price of $19.90. Complete the meal with side orders - Fried Tofu in black sauce at $4.90 for 2 pieces and Cuttlefish at $6.90. Location: #B1-130 Jewel at Changi Airport.
Shang Social is a Shangri-La Group, outside hotel restaurant that provides a casual communal dining atmosphere serving traditional and contemporary distinctive Chinese cuisines - Cantonese, Huaiyang and Sichuan. Affordable lunch of Lotus leaf rice, Dry Bamboo Char Siew Noodle, Crystal Chive Shrimp Dumpling and Suzhou Minced Pork Bun at $35 before service charge and GST. Location : Jewel, 78 Airport Blvd., #01 - 219 to 222 Singapore Changi Airport.
Poulet Bijou Restaurant at Jewel Changi is spacious conducive place to dine with family and friends. It serves the French Roast Chicken, array of appetisers, sides, and mouth-watering desserts. Location: Jewel Changi, 78 Airport Blvd., #01-227J
Hainan Story Chapter 2, a spinoff restaurant from the famous Wee Nam Kee Chicken Rice chain is the "new kid in town" drawing the crowd at Jewel. Besides traditional chicken rice, it added an array of local favourites such as Laksa, Nasi Lemak, Fried rice... bakery items and local coffee shop traditional kopi and tea to its menu. Pick up its newspaper-like menu; to order scan the QR code on the clipboard; they served at your table from 10 minutes. Location: you can't miss it at Jewel B2-201/202.
The longest queue on level 1 at the Jewel leads you to a small minimalist design counter shop - Birds of the Paradise Gelato and now "extending" to a new outlet at basement 1. Typically at $5 a scoop and $8 for double-scoop. Some rich flavours - Sea-Salt Hojicha, Mango Sorbet, Vanilla Fig, Lychee Raspberry, Midnight Giandula, Pistachio, Strawberry Basil, Dark Chocolate Sorbet, Peach & Rose Sorbet.. What a business model - small real estate space, big revenue per square feet run by young people. Location : Jewel Changi, 78 Airport Blvd., #01-254
Saap-Saap serves affordable Authentic Street side Fried Chicken, Stir Fried Rice Dishes, Thai Noodles, Spicy Thai Salad, desserts and its original drinks in a relaxing and inviting Restaurant; self-service style so you don't have to fork out the usual 10% service charge. Popular among ordinary folks and it is Halal certified.
Tsui Wah started in 1967 as a neighbourhood “Ice Café” in the bustling streets of Mong Kok, Hong Kong. It has become a popular 'Cha Chaan Teng' chain offering Hong Kong classics such as Hot Milk Tea, Crispy Bun with Condensed Milk, and Beef Brisket Curry.
Specialty dishes - Kagoshima-Style Braised Pork Cartilage & Wontons with Tossed Mixian and the King Prawns with Tossed Mila Mixian are delicious, both priced at $13.80; enjoyed the hot milk tea and signature hot milk coffee with Bolo Char Siew Bun. Dining ambience is comfortable and the staff service is good.
Tun Xiang Hokkien Delights is probably the only restaurant at Changi Jewel that offers a varieties of familiar Singapore hawker food and Zhi Char dishes. The small restaurant setting, with less than 10 tables, serves its popular signature Hokkien Mee and other specialties - Oyster Omelette, Bittergourd Ribs, Har Cheong Gai (Shrimp Paste Chicken Drumettes), Pig Organs Soup, Salted Beansprout and vegetable dishes. If you are looking for quick servings of good food go to Basement 1 - 289 Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore.
Having spent some time watching the water and lighting display at the HSBC Rain Vortex, shopping, browsing through the shops at Jewel, head to the stylish bakery café and dining destination at Maison de PB for salads, pasta, popular tuna croissant, steaks or just coffee with choices of delicious cakes; Melt-in-your-mouth slice of Double Chocolate Fudge ($7.90) with Cappuccino ($5.50) for only $10.00 and a Whole Wheat French Cheese Croissants ($4.50).
CG Ang 2022-08-18