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After a long 5-year wait since its reveal, Jewel Changi Airport is set to open on 17 April 2019 and we are super excited to finally experience it. There’s an early bird preview starting from 11-16 April 2019 and all you got to do is just register yourself here.

Besides all the attractions such as the Forest Valley, Rain Vortex, Art Installations and many more, there will also be a number of dining outlets you should be excited for as well.

Shake Shack

If you’ve not heard of Shake Shack, you should know about it by now. During my years in New York City, I would join the crowd at Madison Square and lined up for 40 minutes just to get my burger cravings fixed. The wait was definitely worth it definitely. So glad that it’s finally landing in Singapore!

El Fuego by Collin’s

Singapore’s pride of first Young Talent Escoffier Asia competition, chef Koh Han Jie will be setting up another Collin’s. This local restaurant chain will not have its first halal eatery called El Fuego by Collin’s.


All we can say is… WELCOME BACK A&W! So many childhood memories were created there and now we can re-live the good times. Excited to have coney dogs and rootbeers, not forgetting the ever so good waffles!

Violet Oon Singapore

Violet Oon

This will be Violet Oon’s fifth outlet and also the biggest outlet so far to set in Jewel Terminal. Known for its Nyonya and Peranakan cuisine, Violet Oon also serves delicious pastries and cakes! Its interior is classic Kopitiam but with expensive taste and elegance.

Burger & Lobster

If you’ve been to the UK, you probably had already sunken your teeth in the burgers or lobsters. Burger & Lobster offers on THREE main items- burger, lobsters and lobster rolls. We are finally catching up with Malaysia and Bangkok because Singapore’s first outlet will be here at Jewel Changi Airport!

Kam’s Roast

This one Michelin Star restaurant will be opening its second Singapore branch here at Jewel Changi Airport. For those craving for some roasted duck before their flight, you can come to dine at Kam’s Roast, but if you’re in a hurry and would like to bring your roast ducks on board, this eatery offers takeaways as well. Perfect as an add-on dish to whoever you’re visiting.

Pink Fish

Pink Fish

This Norway-origin casual seafood restaurant that is nicknamed the “KFC of fast-seafood” is making its first international entry to Singapore. So, if you’re in a hurry and want some fast food but want to skip the guilt, go for Pink Fish instead! Swap that fried chicken with some salmon instead!

Beauty In The Pot


Everyone’s favorite hotpot is expanding to the airport as well! Savour the essence of health and beauty with every steaming pot of soup at Beauty in The Pot. Beauty In The Pot is not your typical hotpot/steamboat because its SIX soup bases are rich in flavours and promise health benefits. When visiting Beauty In The Pot, it is a must to try their fresh Signature Homemade Fish Tofu that is prepared daily. Let it sink in your taste buds and melt in your mouth while you devour these yummies.

Sama Sama by Tok Tok

The first and delicious Indonesian Restaurant in Singapore, Tok Tok Indonesian Soup House will have its sister branch called Sama Sama here at the Jewel Changi Airport. You don’t have to fly all the way to Indonesia anymore, just meet halfway at the airport to have a taste of this authentic Indonesian cuisine!

Tim Ho Wan

Counting our blessings as Tim Ho Wan branches in Singapore are still going strong despite all the branches in Malaysia have been closed down. And lucky for us, we will have another one. Let’s just hope it’s open 24 hours so we can have a 24-hour Hong Kong dim sum eatery to feed our dim sum cravings at 3 am.

Tonito Latin American Kitchen

If you have a distinctive taste and love South American cuisine, you’re in luck because Tonito will be serving goodness to your tastebuds! Peruvian chef and owner Daniel Chavez will be bringing much more than Peruvian cuisine – showcasing authentic tastes from regions like Mexico, Brazil, Peru, Argentina and Colombia.

Xiao Bin Lou

This Chongqing restaurant is ready to expand all the way to Singapore and we are finally able to get a taste of Chongqing cuisine. It has been a staple of local food for many years and it also offers a selection of Chongqing style dim sum. Okay, that’s awesome because we have not just one dim sum restaurant, but TWO at the airport.

Yu’s Kitchen

Casual Chinese dining for your daily local food and a quick bite.

White Restaurant (三巴旺白米粉)

White Restaurant made its name popular back in 1999 with its super delicious White Beehoon (or White Rice Vermicelli) dish. Started as a humble stall in a coffee shop, White Restaurant has finally gained its popularity and now expanded to Jewel Changi Airport as one of the most-visited restaurants in Singapore. Looking for comfort food that elevate your taste buds? You know where to go to!



Signature Meat & Seafood Roll
The Original White Beehoon

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