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Ultimate Jewel Food Guide: Restaurants, Eateries & Dining Options At The Changi Airport Mall

Apr 03, 2024

Jewel Changi Airport is packed with restaurants, cafes and eateries that cater to every single taste and price point. We’ve put together this Jewel food guide to help you decide where to dine and what to eat when paying a visit to the mall at Changi Airport.

There are more than 100 dining options available at Jewel Changi Airport. With so many different food establishment, this ultimate Jewel food guide will help you to narrow down the food recommendations for your meal.

For a quick overview, you may be interested to know the following general areas:

Here’s on to the various restaurants and food spots you can find at Jewel Changi Airport.

Get a healthy snack in the form of an acai bowl at An Acai Affair. Made from a small berry-like fruit, it is said to be high in antioxidants and has weight loss properties.

Where: #B2-262

These hand rolled soft pretzels are yummy. Some of the best sellers (and our favourites) include Cinnamon Sugar and Almond Crunch.

Where: #B2-272

For a different take on gelato, head over to Birds of Paradise where gelato, flavoured with botanical flavours from fruits, flowers, herbs, spices, nuts and pods await at this kiosk.

Where: #01-254

The Australian juice bar offers a range of low-fat green smoothies, freshly squeezed juices and dairy-free crushes.

Where: #B2-261

Originally from Taiwan, CHICHA San Chen marries together the best of bubble tea with traditional tea and has won over plenty of fans who don’t mind queuing up to enjoy a refreshing cup.

Where: #B2-213

Also from Taiwan and using fresh tea leaves grown from their tea plantation, Chun Yang Tea is established to bring forth a fusion of modern tea drinks infused with traditional tea recipes.

Where: #03-207

When you want a sweet donut, American chain Dunkin’ Donuts will help to fill the spot.

Where: #B2-270

Have you ever tried fried ice cream? You can do so at this kiosk at Basement 2.

Where: #B2-258

Pick up a gelato at this store brightly coloured store at Jewel.

Where: #03-206

Craving for some soy milk? Head over to Jollibean to quench your thirst.

Where: #B2-259

KOI focuses on brewing aromatic tea with quality. The freshly brewed tea and flavourful ingredients, prepared with passion are the key to KOI’s authentic taste.

Where: #B2-263

Originating in Bangkok, KANE MOCHI is famous for its Japanese mochi with premium ice cream filling, also known as “daifuku”. It is a nice sweet dessert treat.

Where: #B2-269

This Jewel food shop sells Taiwanese pastries and desserts baked fresh with the finest ingredients specially flown from Taiwan to uphold its authentic Taiwanese taste.

Where: #B2-246

Lim Chee Guan has been making Bak Kwa since 1938, with thin slices of bak kwa are roasted over glowing charcoal.

Where: #B2-222

Lu Xiao Xian’s sells boneless chicken feet, which come infour flavours: lemon, spicy, garlic, and mala.

Where: #B2-257

Mr. Coconut blends fresh Thai coconuts with other ingredients to create unique coconut-based beverages.

Where: #B2-268

Nine Fresh is a Singapore-based, Taiwan-inspired brand serving fresh, chilled taro ball desserts daily. Select from three signature bases (Bean Curd, Grass Jelly and Ai-Yu Jelly) and top it off different toppings.

Where: #B2-244

Old Chang Kee’s signature Curry’O – a crispy pastry shell generously stuffed with curried potato, chicken and an egg slice, all cooked with special herbs and spices.

Where: #B2-247

Grab some freshly-prepared kebabs, mezze, rice bowls and salads from the Mediterranean region at this Jewel food kiosk.

Where: #B2-256

Enjoy freshly prepared fries are prepared fresh, fried to order, seasoned with passionately formulated flavours like Cheese, Barbecue, Sour Cream & Onion and Chili Barbecue.

Where: #B2-264

A specialist in swiss rolls, the bakery offers at least 10 flavours daily, Rich and Good Cake Shop caters to taste buds of all ages with crowd-pleasing kaya flavour to the fragrant durian flavour.

Where: #01-232

rrooll offers a swirl of both sweet and savory flavours rolled up in its signature soft and fluffy dough.

Where: #B2-266

Need your dose of fresh fruit? SF Fruits & Juices offers whole fruits and freshly cut fruits as well as blended fresh fruit juices.

Where: #B2-260

The Alley is a trendy bubble tea chain that originated from Taichung, Taiwan in 2013. It is best known for its photo-worthy ombre drinks served in unique rounded base cups.

Where: #B2-273

They are known for their blackout brownie.

Where: #02-234

The Original Vadai has been selling Prawn Vadai since 1989.

Where: #B2-267

Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory & Cow Cow Kitchen has nice and surprising cookies and ice cream.

Where: #B2-265

Yolé offers a range of ice cream and frozen yogurt without adding a gram of sugar.

Where: #B2-271

If you are looking for a place to get a drink, or have some dessert after a meal, Jewel has different cafes that offers a spot for a sit down.

You will often find this cafe at Jewel Changi Airport, originally from Kyoto Japan, bustling with people. This is simply because of the quality of its coffee. It is a speciality coffee brand where the baristas carefully control the creation of the craft drinks.

Where: #01-K208

While we often think of 7-Eleven as a convenience store, the outlet at Jewel Changi Airport extends the concept into a cafe. It has a relaxed seating space and also serves up light counter food along with drinks. It is a no-fuss spot for you to get a beverage. This store isn’t 24 hours but it does open till late at midnight.

Where: #B2-221

Satisfy your sweet tooth with ice cream, made with natural ingredients from around the world, to a Danish recipe. You can get it in a cup or try one of their freshly baked waffles cones.

Where: #04-218

Serving up local coffee and tea along with kaya toast, this is a casual spot to sit down and get a beverage.

Where: #04-246

Ice Lab is a dessert cafe offering coffee, shakes and Korean Bingsu.

Where: #B2-234

The Signature Mille Crêpes at Lady M features no less than twenty paper-thin handmade crêpes layered with ethereal light pastry cream, gently caramelised on top until golden. Sit down to enjoy some of this delectable cake along with a beverage at Lady M.

Where: #02-253

Luckin Coffee offers a range of unique coffee and beverages. It is technologically driven to provide a unique customer experience.

Where: #04-231/232

A stylish bakery café and dining destination, Maison de PB by Paris Baguette offers a trendy menu featuring salads, pasta, steaks and baked goods.

Where: #02-200

Enjoy specialty cakes and desserts at this Jewel cafe.

Where: #01-236/237

Pick up some of these sourdough donuts and settle down to enjoy them amongst the pink hues of this Jewel cafe.

Where: #02-237

Get a cup of joe along with some cakes or pastries at this large Starbucks outlet at Jewel Changi Airport.

Where: #02-204

This cafe serves teas to all corners of the world.

Where: #01-255

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is where you can pick up a coffee, tea or other beverage and a cake for a break. It also has the distinction of being open 24 hours.

Where: #01-200

Toast Box is a homegrown coffee chain that seeks to recreate the nostalgic vibes of Singapore’s coffee shops in Singapore back in the 60s and 70s.

Where: #B2-231

The American chain, known for its root beer floats and hot dogs, is located at the basement of the Jewel Changi Airport. On Fridays and Saturdays, it stays open till 1 am in the morning to satisfy those with late night cravings for a delicious frosty mug drink.

Where: #B2-209

Inspired by South Korea’s rich food culture, Jinjja Chicken is a trendy restaurant chain, best known for their Korean Fried Chicken and Jjajangmyeon.

Where: #B1-247

KFC needs no introduction. Pick up a chicken set meal at this fast food restaurant at Jewel Changi Airport.

Where: #B2-275/276/277

Head over to Luke’s Lobster to enjoy traceable seafood. The main product here is the Lobster Roll, which you can choose either cold or warm.

Where: #01-K209

This burger chain from Japan offer a variety of unique and original tasting burgers including the Rice Burger.

Where: #B2-211

Grab a burger from McDonald’s at the basement of Jewel Changi Airport.

Where: #B1-298

This American brand is known for its 100% all-natural Angus beef burgers, flat-top beef dogs, frozen custard, crinkle cut fries, craft beer and more.

Where: #02-256

Design your own sandwich at Subway.

Where: #B2-245

This Japanese restaurant specialises in donburi or rice bowl made with ingredients from Japan. It also makes use of Japanese and Australian wagyu. It is known for its aburi or partially grilled style of serving the food, with a nice torched flavour.

Where: #B2-233

This casual dining establishment combines food with toys. It serves a range of creative Western-Japanese fusion cuisine, including Takoyaki Pizza, Japanese octopus balls topped with takoyaki sauce bonito flakes. It also offers a view of the HSBC Rain Vortex waterfall.

Where: #04-223

Love a bit of spice? This Jewel restaurant serves authentic Indonesian food. You can also try the various types of sambal on offer, with different levels of spiciness.

Where: #B2-241/242

From Taiwan, popular eatery Fong Sheng Hao is known for its toast, particularly its pork chop toast.

Where: #B2-232

Gochi-So Shokudo is a Japanese restaurant that serves Iberico Pork imported from Spain and grilled over charcoal fire so that every bite is a burst of delicate, nutty, and melt-in-your-mouth flavours.

Where: #B1-289

Greendot is an Asian-fusion meat-free restaurant. They repackage traditional vegetarian cuisine into a green casual concept.

Where: #B1-297

Hot Tomato is a contemporary casual steakhouse offering grilled steaks, seafood, pasta and sides. It has a view of the Rain Vortex and promises tasty food at wallet friendly prices.

Where: #04-229

Get your fix of sushi and sashimi at this Jewel Changi Airport sushi restaurant.

Where: #B2-210

Japanese Soba Noodles Tsuta is the world’s first Michelin-starred ramen restaurant. Its signature dish is the Shoyu Soba – ramen in soy-based broth and topped with truffle puree.

Where: #02-242

Kei Kaisendon is a Japanese restaurant that serves delicious rice bowls topped with fresh sashimi from the seas of Japan.

Where: #03-213

This food menu at Kiwami Ramen & Gyoza Bar brings together a range of premium selections of ramen with local fusion flavour.

Where: #01-225

Enjoy a bowl of Chinese noodles in a bowl of rich pork bone or braised beef broth.

Where: #04-244/245

This Jewel Changi Airport restaurant serves demi-glace Japanese curry rice in monster size that is made from 14 vegetables and spices which is cooked over 2 days.

Where: #03-200

Tuck into a bowl of hand-pulled Chinese La Mian at this Jewel food outlet, located at the basement of the Changi Airport mall.

Where: #B2-255

Choose from freshly made French breads and pastries or a savoury collection.

Where: #B1-225

The café features a curated all-day dining menu and quality coffee.

Where: #B1-243/244

From Korea, Pizzamaru serves interesting pizza creations with interesting toppings along with interesting dough.

Where: #04-222

Qiji is known for its Singaporean fare such as nasi lemak.

Where: #B2-223

This gyudon chain from Japan serves up beef rice bowls quick and fast.

Where: #B2-200

Savour authentic Thai street food at Saap Saap Thai, a self-service restaurant serving fried chicken, stir-fry rice dishes, noodles, spicy salad and more.

Where: #B1-299

The Sampanman honours traditional seafarers by catering fresh seafood on custom-made grillers and deliciously hearty crab bee hoon while featuring interiors inspired by pastoral offshore villages.

Where: #B1-223

Inspired by the four seasons, Shiki Hototogisu Ramen offers four signature ramen dishes featuring seasonal ingredients. Diners can also choose from a range of matcha desserts, including from popular matcha dessert brand, Kagurazaka Saryo.

Where: #B1-300

Experience the Vietnamese way of savouring and sharing street food favourites with dishes like Summer Rolls, Banh Xeo (Vietnamese crepe) and Banh Mi.

Where: #B1-248

This Jewel food outlet serves pork ribs that have been carefully simmered with garlic and pepper to yield the trademark clear and peppery soup, popularly paired with braised dishes and Kung Fu tea.

Where: #B2-278/279/280

Enjoy sushi and sashimi at this homegrown Japanese restaurant that has a menu of more than 370 dishes.

Where: #03-209

Sushiro serves more than 100 varieties of sushi and Japanese dishes on a conveyor belt. We particularly like the unusual sushi varieties that they offer.

Where: #B2-227/228

Tai Er focuses on its signature dish: Chinese sauerkraut fish.

Where: #03-208

Tempura Makino is a tempura specialty restaurant chain using the “Tsudoage” style, when the tempura is made-to-order.

Where: #01-223

The Hainan Story celebrate the love of Hainanese food.

Where: #B2-201/202

Tim Ho Wan is a dim sum restaurant that is best known for its famous Baked BBQ Pork Buns.

Where: #02-223

Tonkastsu by Ma Maison serves up aromatic, tender and succulent breaded Kurobuta pork cutlets, accompanied by shredded cabbage, tonjiru soup and pickles.

Where: #02-211

Tsui Wah extensive selection of signature Hong Kong dishes are prepared using age-old recipes and traditional cooking method.

Where: #03-230

Tun Xiang Hokkien Delights offers Hokkien food dishes.

Where: #B1-290

White Restaurant serves local comfort food including its signature White Beehoon.

Where: #B1-245/246

Yun Nans is the largest casual dining restaurant chain from Yunnan, China, specialising in Yunnan cuisine.

Where: #02-217

This restaurant is said to be inspired by Singapore history and offers its own take on the afternoon tea set. You can also enjoy all day dishes here for exquisite dining experience.

Where: #05-201

Head to the top floor of Jewel and you’ll find this rather elegant looking restaurant. There are two dining concepts here. Artestiq de Patio is a European Street-style restaurant that serves modern dishes like Pancetta Roast Pork Belly (a slab of savoury, juicy pork belly), Gemelli Parmigiana (traditional Italian cheese eggplant spaghetti), Paccheri Beer Butter (which is also known as beer pasta), and Al Taglio Pizza to Flattened Potatoes.

Where: #05-200

Those who love hot pot will enjoy a meal at Beauty in the Pot. Known for its rich collagen soup, the restaurant is great for sharing a nice meal together. It is also a haven for night owls as it stays open till 3 am in the morning.

Where: #B2-224/225/226

Burger & Lobster is a famous UK chain. Feast on their prime burgers or wild, fresh Atlantic lobsters. Burgers are made from three cuts of meat: chuck, tri-tip and brisket, and the lobsters can either be had as a classic whole lobster or as a lobster roll.

Where: #05-203

Coucou Hotpot was founded in 2016 and is a mid-to-high-end hot pot brand incubated by Taiwan’s hot pot brand Xiabuxiabu.

Where: #02-208/209

Dian Xiao Er is known for its Herbal Roast Ducks and mouth-watering specials such as the Pan-Fried Cod Fish and Wheatgrass Tofu. It aims to offers a home-cooked Chinese meal dining experience.

Where: #B2-229

Din Tai Fung is best known for signature dishes like the Xiao Long Bao (Steamed Pork Dumplings) and their award-winning Fried Rice. It uses fresh premium ingredients paired with a relish for simple cooking styles for a winning combination.

Where: #03-214/215

Try western dishes such as Smashed! Burgers, The Earle’s IMPOSSIBLE™ Burger, hand-stretched, artisanal Neapolitan-style Pizzas, and more at Earle Swensen’s restaurant.

Where: #03-219

Enjoy western dishes with main courses such as seabass, lamb rack and steak at this halal restaurant.

Where: #02-216

Hitoyoshi Izakaya is a Japanese restaurant under Hitoyoshi Group, focusing on kebabs, sashimi, sake and other specialties. They offer high-quality sashimi and meat, which are perfect to pair with sake or various liquors.

Where: #05-205

At Hoshino Coffee, you can savour specialty hand-dripped coffee made from premium Arabica roasted coffee beans, or enjoy fluffy soufflés and pancakes, along with other delicious Japanese-Western food items.

Where: #B1-249

Known as a place for sizzling steaks, Jack’s Place also serves up other western meals like pastas and other meats.

Where: #04-219

Looking for seafood at Jewel Changi Airport? Jumbo Seafood is the place to go to get your chilli crab cravings satiated.

Where: #03-202/203/204

The Roast Duck is one of their signature dishes and other menu highlights include Crispy Roast Pork, Iberico Char Siu, Pipa Duck, Orange Peel Red Bean Soup and braised dishes.

Where: #02-210

Kko Kko Nara’s fried chicken is crunchy, spicy, perfectly non-greasy, and deliciously addictive. The restaurant has been around in Singapore and serves popular Korean dishes such as bibimbap and ramen.

Where: #02-243

Enjoy artisan pastas that are handcrafted with fresh ingredients along with antipasti, rice and other mealtime dishes and mouth-watering desserts at this Italian restaurant.

Where: #04-200

Not only does O’Coffee Club Roastery serve a collection of gourmet coffee & ice blended beverages but they also offer mains that include uniquely created pastas and pizzas.

Where: #03-216/218

Paradise Classic offers Chinese cuisine inspired by Nanyang spices, ingredients and cooking styles. Enjoy dishes like superior double-boiled soups, stewed pork belly, hot plate tofu, and dried sakura ebi.

Where: #04-244/245

Poulet Bijou is a modern French-themed bistro. The French Roast Chicken maestro serves freshly roasted chicken that is brined overnight using an in-house secret recipe. The Poulet Roti is complemented with signature sauces: delicious homemade Mushroom Cream Sauce, Diane Sauce, Cranberry Sauce and Black Pepper Sauce.

Where: #01-227

Located at Canopy Park, at the top of Jewel, this restaurant has an all-day menu of western favourites, local delights and baked treats paired with cocktails, wines or beers.

Where: #05-204

Singapore-based Chinese restaurant PUTIEN serves authentic Putian cuisine from China’s Fujian province.

Where: #02-249

Sankranti serves traditional Indian Cuisine including fish curries to shrimp biryani, as well as vegetarian options.

Where: #03-229

Sanook Kitchen offers wide variety of authentic Thai food classics ranging from appetisers, soup, curries to seafood and more.

Where: #03-223/224

Shang Social pays tribute to three distinctive Chinese cuisines – Cantonese, Huaiyang, and Sichuan.

Where: #01-219/220/221/222

Soup Restaurant signature is the Samsui Ginger Chicken along with other steamed dishes, double-boiled herbal soups and heritage dishes.

Where: #03-201

Tanuki Raw offers a mash-up of Japanese-inspired cuisine with the playfulness of American street food and global influences.

Where: #05-202

Helmed by Executive Chef Jose Angel Alonso and one-star Michelin Chef Manuel Berganza, Tapas Club presents diners with tantalising Spanish fare and flavours.

Where: #03-220/221/222

TONITO serves Latin American inspired dishes. It also has a nice view of the HSBC Rain Vortex.

Where: #02-248

Violet Oon Singapore showcases the nation’s culinary treasures and heritage from Nyonya, Chinese, Indian and Malay cuisines.

Where: #01-205/206

Wa-En Wagyu Yakiniku specialises in premium and delicate A4 and A5 Wagyu from Miyazaki, Japan, for Yakiniku.

Where: #01-224