31 must-try food spots in Jewel Changi Airport even if you’re not flying

When the much-anticipated Jewel Changi Airport finally opened back in 2019, it welcomed throngs of people from all over Singapore who wanted to not only check out the exclusive retail and F&B shops within, but also for the now-iconic HSBC Rain Vortex. 

Jewel Changi Airport 2

Featuring a multitude of shopping and recreational facilities, this 10-storey architectural masterpiece is home to many sumptuous eats. Now that Jewel Changi Airport has become a staple shopping and dining spot in Singapore, we’ve gone around finding out what they have to offer. 

From Asian to Western, fast-food to desserts, and cafes to bars, here are 31 food spots in Jewel that are worth the trip to the airport.


1. Coucou Hotpot.Brew Tea (#02-208/209)

At the mention of Taiwan, 2 things come to my mind — hotpot and bubble tea. The famed Taiwan hotpot restaurant Coucou Hotpot.Brew Tea strives to attract Y2K peeps who are hooked on bubble tea. 

Image of three-in-one hotpot

What is a hotpot without perfectly sliced meat? Order quality meats such as the USDA Choice Beef Short Ribs (S$39/180g) which bears an endearing marbling. Other tempting meat options include Australian Lamb Shoulder (S$24/150g) and Shirobuta Pork (S$24/150g)

coucou hotpot.brew tea

With each selection of a soup base, the team recommends a bubble tea drink that complements its flavours. For instance, I would choose their Taiwanese Style Spicy Soup Base (S$38, single) which comes recommended with Da Hong Pao Bubble Tea (S$5.80)

Complete your hotpot meal with recommended ingredients ranging from Beef Tripe (S$19/180g), Tiger Prawn Wanton (S$11) and Golden Crispy Pork (S$14/150g)

Save this spot for your next special occasion!
P.S.— Only 1 private dining room is available at the Jewel outlet, so fastest fingers first!

+65 6992 2549
Sun to Thu: 11am – 9.30pm
Fri & Sat: 11am – 10.30pm
Facebook | Instagram | Website

2. Sampanman (#B1-223) 

A boatload of ingredients, indeed! Sampanman is one of the newer restaurants that welcomes diners with a seafood obsession. Drop by to enjoy an assortment of fish, prawns and shellfish served in a myriad of flavours. 

SAMPANMAN - Exterior Shot

The kitchen ensures that only the freshest catch is used so you should expect juicy, plump and sweet meat. Go for the Lobster Sampan (S$132) which feeds 3 to 4 pax. Dig your fingers into chunky lobster flesh, prawns, flower clams, scallops and more. 

SAMPANMAN - Fisherman Sampan

If you’re a fan of crabs, Sri Lankan crabs are served in the XL Fisherman Sampan (S$152) alongside clams, mussels and more. 

Dishes are available for smaller groups, too. I would personally order their Half Shell Cockle (S$25) and Butterfly River Prawns (S$14). While the former comes dressed in either tom yum or sambal chilli gravy, the latter are marinated in signature spicy green chilli sauce. 

Sampanman is a muslim-friendly restaurant so head down with your kakis and enjoy this ultimate feast!

+65 80281231
Sun to Thu: 10am – 10pm
Fri & Sat: 10am – 11pm
Facebook | Instagram | Website

3. Hitoyoshi Izakaya Singapore (#05-205)

Who doesn’t love alcohol served alongside proper tasty grub? Hitoyoshi Izakaya Singapore adeptly fulfils both desires with its exceptional offerings. After all, an izakaya is essentially a meal filled with sharing plates and cold draft beers.

Hitoyoshi Izakaya Singapore

Choose from an extensive array of side dishes including yakitori, sashimi and appetisers. The Kushi Mori Yaki (S$38 for 10 skewers) is a popular choice among diners. Fresh ingredients are flame grilled till charred and smoky — the perfect pairing with a Yuzu Citron Highball (S$8.90).

Screenshot 2023 12 24 at 2.40.34 PM

Other delectable treats include Yaki Corn Ribs (S$9), Tori Nanban (S$12) and Pork Gyoza (S$12 for 6 pieces) which are all perfect for sharing. To make the meal more substantial, order their Kake Udon (S$10) for a slurp-worthy end to your meal. 

Located on the top floor of Jewel in an alfresco setting, let your hair down and revel in the breezy dining experience for a good time!

+65 60150398
Sun to Thu: 11.30am – 10pm
Fri & Sat: 11.30am – 12am
Facebook | Instagram | Website

4. Yun Nans (云海肴) (#02-217)

Yun Nans Jewel Changi Airport 1

Well-known as the world’s largest YUNNANS F&B chain, Yun Nans (云海肴) has opened a new outlet in Jewel. Not only that, this new outlet is also their very first out of China.

Yun Nans Jewel Changi Airport 2

Their signature Steamed Pot Chicken Soup 云海肴汽锅鸡 (S$31.80) features ingredients which come all the way from Yunnan. They brew the dish using a special technique, making the clear soup incredibly nourishing and not greasy at all. They also brew it with a special breed of black feet chicken that’s fork-tender and robust in flavour. 

Pair this show-stopper with Stir Fried Wild Porcini Mushroom with Dried Chillies (S$29.80) for a burst of flavour. Otherwise, the must-try Beef Stew in Copper Pot (S$32.80) highlights the importance of quality produce with its melt-in-your-mouth texture. 

If you’re looking for a place to bring your parents and grandparents to, this is it.

+65 6908 3677
Mon to Fri: 11.30am – 10pm
Sat & Sun: 11am – 10pm
Facebook | Instagram

5. Kam’s Roast (甘牌燒味) (#02-210)

Kam's Roast Jewel Changi Airport 1

After opening its first Singapore outlet in Pacific Plaza along Scotts Road, Kam’s Roast (甘牌燒味) has opened yet another outlet in Jewel. Meat lovers, this is a place not to be missed!

A slew of roasted meats are cooked to perfection and the long lines are testament enough for its delicious taste!

kam's roast jewel changi airport online 1
Credit – Kam’s Roast

You will not go wrong with their classics including the Roast Duck (S$19.80), Pipa Roast Duck (S$42.80) or Crispy Roast Pork (S$18.80). Each meat selection boasts a sublime crispy exterior with juicy meaty flavour contained within. 

Treat yourself with their Toro Char Siu (S$24.80), which embodies a smoky charred flavour paired with insanely tender meat. Fans of Iberico pork will be pleased to know they offer Iberico Char Siu ($S28.80) too. 

For single serving dishes, opt for their Roast Duck Rice (S$9.80), Crispy Roast Rice (S$10.80) and BBQ Pork Rice (S$8.80).

Don’t forget to pair your meats with side dishes including the delectable Jellyfish with Sesame Oil (S$9.80) and Marinated Black Fungus with Vinegar (S$6.80).

+65 6513 3718
Mon to Thu: 11am – 9.30pm
Fri to Sun: 10am – 9.30pm
Facebook | Instagram | Website

6. Beauty In The Pot (美滋锅) (#B2 – 224)

Beauty In A Pot Jewel Changi Airport 1

For those of you who love hotpot, Beauty In The Pot (美滋锅) should be a familiar name. The brand is most known for its nourishing soup broths which are the perfect remedies for any rainy day blues. 

beauty in the pot steamboat-1249

Their signature Beauty Collagen Broth which is carefully prepared by brewing the stock for more than 8 hours. An assortment of Chinese herbs including red dates, wolfberries and even ginseng enrich the soup. The result is an almost creamy consistency with a deep robust flavour fit to pair with fresh ingredients.  

The restaurant also prides itself on serving up a wide range of quality ingredients. Go for the Specialty Meat Platter (S$44.90) comprising sliced pork belly, US Kurobuta pork, US marbled beef cubes and sliced US beef. Best sellers also include handmade delicacies such as the Assorted Ball Platter (S$13.90) which carry a bouncy texture that’s too hard to resist. 

You can be sure that you’re getting your money’s worth!

+65 6242 5131
Daily: 11.30am – 3am
Facebook | Instagram | Website

7. Tim Ho Wan (添好運) (#02-223)

Tim Ho Wan Jewel Changi Airport 1

An internationally-recognised dim sum brand, Tim Ho Wan (添好運) is no stranger to Singaporeans. Their restaurant in Jewel marks their 10th outlet in Singapore and it’s also the very first in an airport. 

tim ho wan jewel changi airport online 1
Credit – Tim Ho Wan

The Hong Kong Wonton Soup Noodle (S$9) is exclusive to this outlet. To prepare this dish, they’ve specially flown in the noodles all the way from Hong Kong. Not only that, the wontons are also handmade daily. Lastly, I cannot emphasise enough how robust and hearty that broth is, you simply have to try it for yourself!

You cannot leave without feasting on TIm Ho Wan’s iconic dim sum dishes. Start off with Baked BBQ Pork Buns ($S9.30) and Fried Beancurd Skin with Shrimp (S$8.30) before digging into Wok-Fried Radish Cake with Shrimp (S$12.80) and Steamed Golden Lava Salted Egg Buns (S$7 for 3 buns)

Head down to try out traditional Hong Kong dim sum dishes without booking a flight!

+65 6513 8588
Mon to Thu: 11.30am – 10pm
Fri to Sun: 11am – 10pm
Facebook | Instagram | Website

8. JUMBO Seafood (珍宝海鲜) (#03-202/203/204)

Jumbo Seafood Jewel Changi Airport 1

Well-known for serving top-notch seafood dishes, JUMBO Seafood (珍宝海鲜) is a hot favourite amongst many Singaporeans and tourists alike. Only expect the freshness and most tender seafood options served here and rest assured, you won’t be disappointed. 

Jumbo Seafood Jewel Changi Airport Online 1
Credit – JUMBO Seafood

I insist every diner order one of their crab dishes. For starters, their Award-Winning Chilli Crab (Seasonal Price) certainly needs no introduction. Naturally sweet and plump crab meat is piled high on a bed of creamy and luscious chilli crab sauce. Pair the savoury and spicy gravy with fluffy fried mantou to complete the experience. 

If you’re dining in a large group, their decadent and crunchy Live Prawns Fried with Cereal (S$26) is a must-try. Featuring hefty prawn pieces, the addictive crunch of this dish is simply a crowd pleaser. I would expect nothing less than several chopsticks jabbing for more!

Apart from that, the restaurant also serves up non-seafood dishes such as the Mocha Pork Ribs (S$24) and Chicken Stir Fried ‘Gong Bao’ Style (S$18). Definitely don’t give them a miss!

+65 6388 3435
Daily: 11.30am – 10pm
Facebook | Instagram| Website

9. Paradise Classic (樂天經典) (#04-244)

Paradise Classic Jewel Changi Airport 1

Paradise Classic (樂天經典)’s third outlet was opened at Jewel, offering sumptuous Chinese cuisine. The brand specialises in local delicacies that are done right and priced reasonably for the masses. 

Paradise Classic Jewel Changi Airport Online 1
Credit – Paradise Classic

The brand is also most known for their prawn dishes. As a zhngged up version of our hawker favourite, I would recommend the subtly spiced Braised Prawn Broth Hor Fun with Big Prawn (S$13.90). Since the prawn stock is made after 6 hours of stewing, one can expect a bold and rich seafood flavour in this dish. 

Fit for 2 to 4 pax, the Double-boiled Drunken Kampong Chicken Soup with Chinese Herbs (S$26.90) is another must order. Their Crisp-fried Salted Egg Yolk Crystal Prawn (S$23.90) is another item that fans love. 

Other rare zi char favourites that shouldn’t be missed include Grandma’s Scrambled Eggs with Tomato (S$11.30), Stewed Pork Rib with Bitter Gourd (S$16.90) and Steamed Minced Pork with Salted Egg Yolk (S$12.90).

+65 6214 3129
Mon to Fri: 11am – 10pm
Sat & Sun: 10.30am – 10pm
Facebook | Instagram | Website

10. LeNu Chef Wai’s Noodle Bar (樂牛私房面家) (#04-244)

Lenu Chef Wai's Noodle Bar Jewel Changi Airport 2

Also under Paradise Group, LeNu Chef Wai’s Noodle Bar (樂牛私房面家) has also opened an outlet in Jewel Changi Airport. This casual Chinese noodle bar with multiple outlets islandwide serves up a variety of noodle dishes, all at affordable prices.

Lenu Chef Wai's Noodle Bar Jewel Changi Airport Online 1
Credit – LeNu Chef Wai’s Noodle Bar

I’m personally a big fan of their Braised Wagyu Beef Noodle (S$18.90), which comes with a soothing braised beef broth. The broth is cooked for over 18 hours with beef marrow, bones, as well as a ton of other ingredients. It’s no wonder it has such an intense beefy flavour!

If beef isn’t your preferred meat option, rest assured. The Signature Pork Bone Soup is made laboriously with collagen and protein ingredients to produce a rich and creamy consistency as well. Under this category of soup base, the Fish Fillet with Preserved Vegetable Noodle (S$16.90) for a savoury yet refreshing taste.  

You can also choose your preferred type of noodles to go with your broth. From La Mian, Thick Vermicelli and Rice Noodle, there’s definitely something for everyone.

Mon to Fri: 11am – 10pm
Sat & Sun: 10.30am – 10pm
Facebook | Instagram | Website

11. White Restaurant (三巴旺白米粉)(#B1-245/246)

White Restaurant Jewel Changi Airport 1

I’ve been a staunch supporter of White Restaurant (三巴旺白米粉) since their early days with their first outlet in Sembawang. In fact, I still patronise the original outlet frequently. Their outlet at Jewel makes it more convenient for both Easties travellers to enjoy their iconic dishes.

White Restaurant Jewel Changi Airport Online 1

Of all the white bee hoon dishes I’ve had, White Restaurant’s The Original White Beehoon 招牌米粉 (S$7.90 / S$13.90) remains the best. The star of this dish is undeniably its super flavourful seafood stock that is absorbed by the soft and silky vermicelli noodles that always hit the spot.

It’s merely a bonus that they’re always generous with their ingredients, especially seafood.

They also serve up an extremely sinful plate of Chinese Sausage Omelette 腊肠煎蛋 (S$9.80). Thick and fluffy, the irresistible oily goodness of the egg always keeps me going back for more. Meanwhile, the lup cheong simply adds meaty and decadent flavours to the dish.

+65 6904 2202
Daily: 11am – 10pm
Facebook | Instagram | Website

12. Violet Oon Singapore (#01-205/206)

Violet Oon Singapore Jewel Changi Airport 1

Peranakan food is something which I absolutely love, and Violet Oon Singapore is undeniably one of the best places for it. The outlet in Jewel is Chef Violet Oon’s fifth restaurant in Singapore.

Like the outlet in ION Orchard, this outlet also includes a retail shop where you can pick up baked goods.

jewel food guide - violet oon

Go for their Hainanese Pork Chop (S$39), a British-Hainanese dish served with deep fried Kurobuta pork loin crusted with a cream cracker batter, tomato reduction, steak cut fries and petit pois tossed with minced kale. Their Nyonya options, on the other hand, include Babi Pong Tay (S$27), Sambal Eggplant (S$19) and Beef Rendang (S$28).

There is always stomach space for popular desserts such as the Gula Melaka Tea Cake with Coconut Ice Cream (S$15), Sticky Date Gula Melaka Pudding (S$17) or Coconut Delight (S$16)

Chope Reservations

+65 9834 9935
Mon to Fri: 12pm – 3pm & 6pm – 10pm
Sat & Sun: 12pm – 10pm
Facebook | Instagram | Website

13. Itacho Sushi (#B2-210)

Itacho Sushi Jewel Changi Airport 1

When it comes to sushi or Japanese food in general, Itacho Sushi is a popular spot. You can be sure they’re doing something right since their outlet in Jewel marks their ninth restaurant islandwide!

Amongst their fresh sashimi and affordable sushi, my favourite has always been the Roasted Salmon with Cod Fish Caviar (S$2.80 for one piece). Creamy and buttery codfish caviar atop a flaky, juicy salmon? Oiishi!

Itacho Sushi Jewel Changi Airport Online 1

For a taste of quality seafood, grab their Matsu Sashimi Set (S$52.80) which comprises BlueFin Tuna, Chutoro, Abalone and more. The brand is also known for their unique and creative sushi rolls. Think Spicy Salmon with Crab Stick and Egg Roll Mentaiko Mayo Sauce (S$10.50)

Otherwise, fans of cooked dishes would enjoy the Grilled Fatty Salmon (S$8.80), Fried Soft Shell Crab (S$12.20) and Steamed Egg with Crab (S$6.20)

For such premium quality dishes at such pocket-friendly prices, I seriously don’t think there’s a better deal elsewhere.

+65 6214 9986
Mon to Thu: 11am – 10pm
Fri & Sat: 10.30am – 10.30pm
Sun: 10.30am – 10pm

14. Gochi-so Shokudo (#B1-289/290)

Gochi So Shokudo Online

Get your don on, with Gochi-so Shokudo’s popular charcoal grill Iberico dons! Their Iberico Belly Don is only S$9.80, while their Iberico Jowl Don won’t break the bank at just S$13.50. If you’re not feeling like having a don, they also serve an Iberico Tenderloin Katsu Set at S$18.50. Everything’s freshly made, so you know you’ll enjoy it hot and crispy. 

You can pretty much go loco with Iberico here, as they also serve this prized pork in their curry sets as well as steaks. Try their Bellota Loin Katsu Curry (S$15.50), which is a part of the Iberica pig that is appreciated for its thin layers of fat that infiltrate into the Iberian loin.

Gochi So Shokudo Online2

If you’ve always been curious about how different cuts of Iberico pork taste, this is a great way of introducing yourself to its varying textures and fattiness. Invite more friends along for your foodie adventure and you just might learn a thing or two about Iberico pork! 

+65 6214 9581
Sun to Thu: 11.30am – 9.30pm
Fri & Sat: 11.30am – 10pm

15. Kiwami Ramen & Gyoza Bar (#01-225)

jewel refresh - kiwami ramen gyoza bar storefront

Looking for a delicious bowl of ramen to get through your day? Check out Kiwami Ramen & Gyoza Bar on the first floor of Jewel, offering exciting ramen, mazesoba and fried rice dishes.

Try their Jewel exclusive dishes curated with a twist of Singaporean flavours, the Mala Ramen (S$22) and the Yuzu Ramen (S$21). I would recommend the former to spice lovers while those looking to indulge in a refreshing and light flavour would enjoy the latter better. 

jewel refresh - kiwami ramen gyoza bar

If you’re feeling lavish, go all out with the indulgent Lobster Laksa Ramen (S$38), served with a traditional spicy laksa broth and Boston lobster with narutomaki (Japanese fish cake) and Okinawa ramen egg.

Those who prefer dry noodles can choose from their Mazesoba options such as Unagi Kabayaki Mazesoba (S$18). Vegetarians would be pleased with the aromatic Plant-based Truffle Katsu Mazesoba (S$17)

To round up the meal, order up some side dishes including the Scallop Kataifi with Ikura (S$15) and Kani Karaage with Chilli Crab Sauce (S$20).

+65 6288 0488
Daily: 11am – 10pm
Facebook | Instagram | Website

16. The Hainan Story Chapter Two (#B2-201/202)

jewel refresh - the hainan story chapter 2

The Hainan Story’s third outlet, named The Hainan Story Chapter Two, offers both Singaporean and Hainanese specialities, and even introduces new brands and outlet exclusives. 

This concept features existing brands under The Hainan Story, and also introduces two new brands: 218 Hainanese Lor Mee and Ah Mai Kum Hainanese Chicken Rice Porridge.

the hainan story chapter 2 - pot pies
Credit – The Hainan Story

Lovers of Western cuisine can dig into the outlet exclusive Chapter 2 English Oxtail Stew (S$25.80), Chapter 2 1980’s Hainanese Chicken Cutlet Coat with Potato Chips Crumbs (S$18.80) and Chapter 2 Grilled Asian Spices Chicken Chop (S$17.80).

Bread and pastry lovers can rejoice too, for The Hainan Story Bakery at the new outlet will introduce new baked products. Think Cream Horns with flavours such as Custard (S$3.20), Pandan Coconut (S$4.80), Teh Tarik (S$4.80) and Kopi Gao (S$4.80).

There is most certainly something for everyone in the family, so head down and revel in the flavours of tradition!

+65 6970 8191
Daily: 8am – 10pm
Facebook | Instagram | Website

32 best places to grab some grub in the food haven of Katong & East Coast


17. A&W Restaurant (#B2-209)

A&w Jewel Changi Airport 1

After 16 long years, A&W Restaurant finally arrived in Singapore in 2019. This flagship outlet at Jewel features some of A&W’s all-time favourite classic items, as well as new additions picked from their international outlets.

A&w Jewel Changi Airport 32

Their Mozza Burger (S$14.05 with combo), which hails all the way from Canada, was our favourite item. Boasting mozzarella cheese instead of the usual cheddar, the burger features a thick and succulent beef patty.

Other meat options are available too including the Chubby Chicken Sandwich Combo (S$11.60) and Marina Fish Sandwich Combo (S$10.35). Another must try is their Chicken Coney Dog with Beef Sauce (S$6.60) which tastes like a salty and meaty flavour explosion waiting to happen. 

Make sure you don’t leave without getting a glass of their signature Root Beer Float (S$4.15 a la carte) too! They serve it in a giant ice-cold mug that’ll surely remind you of the good ol’ days.Sun to Thu: 8.30am – 11pm

Fri & Sat: 8.30am – 1am
Facebook | Website

18. Shake Shack (#02-256)

Shake Shack Jewel 3

Iconic American fast-food chain Shake Shack opened its flagship outlet in Jewel back in 2019, which welcomed gigantic crowds for many months. With its heavy use of concrete and wood, the beautifully designed two-storey store has a cosy yet sleek interior.

Shake Shack Jewel 13

Their rendition of the classic cheeseburger, the ShackBurger (S$10.40 for Single, S$14.30 for Double), had a winning combination that was simply unbeatable. That said, my personal favourite goes to the Double SmokeShack (S$16.30). As a spice lover, the addition of cherry peppers atop apple-smoked bacon and two hefty beef patties was simply irresistible. 

Additionally, Shake Shack also has its Singapore exclusive Pandan Shake (S$8.60), made with vanilla custard blended with pandan and coconut, topped with gula melaka crumble. Otherwise, Jewela Melaka (S$8.10 for Single, S$10.30 for Double) will certainly appease dessert cravings with its sweet and salty caramel, chocolate and coconut pairing. 

Daily: 10.30am – 10pm
Facebook | Instagram | Website


19. Nesuto (#01-236/237) 

Popular cake shop Nesuto has finally expanded from its flagship outlet in Tanjong Pagar, joining in other well-known dessert spots in Jewel. Decked out in warm shades of pink, this new outlet sees a mini menu expansion to include Jewel-exclusive cake flavours.

nesuto jewel

For starters, chocolate and alcohol enthusiasts would be pleased with the Chocolate Orange (from S$45.36) or Whiskey Chocolate Cake (from S$83.16). 

nesuto jewel

Staples include the Tiramisu (S$13.50) which sees beautiful symmetrical layers of sponge and mascarpone cream. A proper tiramisu must always come soaked in liquor and Nesuto’s version is no short of that! The moist sponge and delicate cream layers are contrasted with the addition of crunchy cocoa nibs generously sprinkled on the top layer. Simply divine!

Do not leave without a serving of Nesuto’s entremets. During my visit, they were flying off the shelves and I quickly grabbed the last available Citron Pistache (S$11.90). The sight of this delicate presentation was to behold. Taste wise, there was nothing to fault in the creamy nutty pistachio mix and pillowy citrus infused cream. 

Daily: 11am – 9.30pm
Facebook | Instagram | Website

20. Sourbombe bakery (#02-237)

Nothing can hold me back from these cream bombs waiting to explode. Sourbombe Bakery launched their dine-in concept in Jewel and I’m waiting in line for a box of these scrumptious donuts. 

sourbombe jewel

The secret lies in the sourdough. Its texture is sublime — extremely chewy with beautiful air pockets found throughout the dough. The tinge of sourness in the dough elevates its flavours and makes this hard to resist. 

Cinnamon sugar donuts will never lose its top spot as a popular classic flavour. Sourbombe Bakery’s rendition ensures a sweet and fragrant aroma is attained. However, one must always try their unique flavour creations. 

sourbombe donuts

Personally, I enjoy their Strawberry Milk (S$5.60) and Kahlua Coffee Pistachio (S$5.60). I recommend the former if you’re craving something light, fruity and milky. Go for the latter if you’re an adventurous eater and you will not be disappointed with their bold and nutty creation. 

Quickly head down to the boutique for an afternoon treat!

Daily: 10am – 10pm
Facebook | Instagram | Website

21. Lady M (#02-253)

Lady M Jewel Changi Airport New Menu 2019 2

When it comes to cakes and especially Mille Crêpe cakes, Lady M is a big name that often comes to mind. If you’re in the East and craving something sweet, you’re in for a treat. 

This beautiful open-concept and spacious store features Lady M’s signature minimalistic design and bright tones. It’s cosy and airy, perfect for catching up over some cakes and coffee.

Their Mille Crêpes are undeniably the most popular across Singapore, and for good reason. Apart from its delicate and even layers of crepe and cream, the brand offers unique flavours that are crowd pleasers. Think Champagne (S$212.01), Pineapple (S$133) and Tiramisu (S$133). Yum. 

Lady M Jewel Changi Airport 30

That said, while their cakes are undeniably indulgent, this Jewel outlet introduced their Bon Bons. The Brownstone (S$45) is a three-piece bon bon “book”, while The Upper Eastside (S$75) offers five bon bon flavour selections. Each book comes with a customisable bookmark and is wrapped in a Lady M ribbon.

Select from the flavour choices of Creme Brulee, Raspberry Almond, Chocolate Cookie Crunch and Matcha Puff.

Chope Reservations

+65 6243 0425
Daily: 10am – 10pm
Facebook | Instagram | Website

22. Läderach Chocolatier Suisse (#01-241)

Laderach Jewel Changi Airport 1

Chocolate aficionados, this one’s for you. All the way from Switzerland, Läderach Chocolatier Suisse has finally set up a permanent store in Singapore.

You can find an entire range of their world-famous FrischSchoggis (Fresh Chocolates) over here. Each one of them is delicately handcrafted in Switzerland and directly flown into Singapore.

Laderach Jewel Changi Airport 2

Their FrischSchoggi Woodbox (S$154.50 for 700g) makes the perfect gift for any occasion but undeniably comes with a hefty price tag. However, we think the variety of chocolate flavours and symphony of colours encased within is bound to make an impressive gift for someone important. 

Of the 20 flavours, the Raspberry-Blackberry was our favourite. Its sweet and fruity aroma contrasted with delectable tangy notes simply won our hearts!

The boutique store also offers a wide range of their highly-raved pralines and truffles. With 26 unique flavours to select from, choosing your favourites won’t be easy, I’ll tell you that!

+65 6958 8154
Daily: 10am – 10pm
Facebook | Instagram | Website

23. Rich & Good Cake Shop (#01-232)

Rich & Good Cake Shop Jewel Changi Airport 1

Ever since stumbling upon their original outlet along Kandahar Street, I’ve been regularly returning to Rich & Good Cake Shop for their old-school bakes. With their second-ever outlet in Jewel, getting my favourite swiss rolls cannot be any more convenient!

One look at the long queues leading towards the storefront and you’ll be convinced to make a purchase.

Rich & Good Cake Shop Jewel Changi Airport 2

They pride themselves on serving up a wide range of home-baked swiss roll flavours. Their creamy, decadent and dense Kaya Swiss Roll (S$12) is always my go-to option. Its robust pandan aroma never fails to hit the spot.

Otherwise, other invigorating flavours such as Coffee Swiss Roll (S$12), Durian Swiss Roll (S$12) and Red Velvet Swiss Roll (S$12) will surely please guests too. 

If swiss rolls aren’t your thing, they offer a scrumptious Cream Cheese Carrot Cake (S$15) too. They make all their items the traditional way, so these bakes are sure to taste nostalgic!

Daily: 12pm – 9pm
Facebook | Instagram | Website

24. The Alley (鹿角巷) (#B2-273)

The Alley Jewel Changi Airport 1

With numerous outlets across the world, famous Taiwanese bubble tea chain, The Alley (鹿角巷), finally made its way to Singapore in 2019! At their first-ever Singapore outlet in Jewel, you can expect to find all three of their signature drinks.

Using homemade sugar cane syrup instead of brown sugar, The Alley’s drinks contain a subtle sweetness which appeases sugar cravings but isn’t too cloying.

The Alley Jewel Changi Airport 2

Their signature Brown Sugar Deerioca Fresh Milk 黑糖鹿丸鮮奶 (S$5.30) is absolutely a must-try. Smooth and milky, it had a decadent taste which was soothing to the throat. All their drinks also come with their own Deerioca tapioca pearls, which they make laboriously from scratch.

Another popular drink to consider goes to the aesthetic Snow Strawberry Lulu (S$6.30). Otherwise, both Hojicha Peach Oolong Latte (S$7.30) and Royal No.9 Milk Tea (S$4.30) make the perfect thirst quenchers.

Daily: 11am – 9.30pm
Facebook | Instagram | Website

25. Birds Of Paradise (#01-254)

Birds Of Paradise Jewel Changi Airport 1

If you’re looking to beat the heat without the calories, Birds Of Paradise is here to help. Like their first outlet in Katong, this Jewel outlet puts a spin on healthy ice cream with natural fruit and herb infused flavours.

When you get to the front of the queue, a waft of herby fragrance will enter your nostrils. Of course, customers are drawn to the must-try Thyme Cone (additional S$1.30), which pairs elegantly with the gelato’s botanical flavours.

birds of paradise ice cream

You can expect to find their ever-popular flavours (S$5.50 for single, S$9 for double), such as the Strawberry Basil, Pandan and White Chrysanthemum here.

We especially enjoyed the White Chrysanthemum flavour when we were previously at the Katong outlet. They scatter cacao nibs throughout the creamy gelato, giving a slight crunch in every bite.

If you’re looking for stronger flavours, the Sea Salt Hojicha filled with earthy taste notes, features the perfect balance between sweet and salty. Otherwise, the Dark Chocolate Sorbet will satisfy all dark chocolate cravings once and for all.

+65 9757 9892
Daily: 11pm – 10pm
Facebook | Instagram | Website

26. Kane Mochi (#B2-269)

jewel refresh - kane mochi

What’s better than mochi and ice cream? Mochi ice cream in one construction, of course! At Kane Mochi, you can look forward to enjoying delicious mochi filled with ice cream in a wide variety of flavours. 

The pairing of stretchy and delicate dough with icy cold but creamy ice cream steals the hearts of many Singaporeans! Kane Mochi’s products are Halal, vegetarian and gluten-free, making them suitable for almost everyone.

jewel refresh - kane mochi 1

For the most bang for your buck, get the Box of 6 (S$12.90). Fill your box with options including Classic flavours (S$2.70) like Milk, Korean Banana Milk, Chocolate, Black Sesame and Salted Caramel

Under their a la carte menu, Premium flavours (S$3) offer slightly more unique options like Thai Iced Tea, Taro and Matcha. They even have an exclusive Durian (S$3.40) flavour!

I hear their popular flavours sell out quickly, so head down and grab them before they’re gone too soon!

Mon to Thu: 11am – 9pm
Fri to Sun: 10am – 10pm
Facebook | Instagram | Website


27. Starbucks (#01-K207)

Starbucks Jewel Changi Airport 2

After a day of shopping and taking Instagram photos, you’ll definitely need a place to rest and recharge. So why not visit the largest Starbucks outlet in Singapore? Do we need to mention the excitement we feel just looking at the decor?

As the flagship outlet in Singapore, this 2-storey Starbucks is quite unlike any other. The lush indoor landscape, polished interiors and nature-inspired artisanal woodwork make for a remarkably comforting setting.

Starbucks Jewel Changi Airport 1

They’ve also partnered with homegrown ice-cream parlour, Udders, for an exclusive series of desserts and drinks. The Classic Affogato (S$11.20) comes with a scoop of Udder’s specially-created vanilla ice cream, espresso shots, as well as demerara syrup.

If you’re looking to fill your belly up, there’s also an exclusive local menu at the flagship store. The Satay Chicken Ciabatta (S$10.90) was our favourite, which features juicy chicken chunks atop an unbelievably pillowy ciabatta bread. They then complete the dish with a nutty satay sauce.

+65 6910 1135
Sun to Thu: 8am – 10pm
Fri & Sat: 24 hours
Facebook | Instagram | Website

28. AC.Kafe (#04-223)

jewel refresh - ac kafe

When walking around Jewel, you may spot AC.Kafe’s storefront displaying many BE@RBRICK figurines and other carefully curated art toys by ActionCity. As the flagship Designer-Art Toys cafe and gallery, you can look forward to going on a figurine shopping spree after your meal.

jewel refresh - ac kafe 1

If you’re craving some donburi, consider options like the Oyako Don (S$12.90), Gyu Don (S$13.90), Una Don (S$19.90) or Salmon Oyako Don (S$21.90). Why not try out a unique fusion dish, such as the Mentaiko Pasta (S$16.90), Gyu Pasta (S$19.90) or Chili Crab Pasta (S$23.90)?

Alternatively, AC.Kafe’s signature toasts come in both sweet and savoury flavours like Azuki Bean Matcha French Toast (S$18.90) and Boston Lobster Toast (S$36.90). The most recent addition to the menu is their Meltaway Mushroom Burrata which sees a hefty block of cheese beneath a wild mushroom stir fry. 

Psst, the team is also offering $11 Tea Break Set from 2pm to 5pm on weekdays where diners can get one pastry and one drink, until further notice.

Daily: 10am – 10pm
Facebook | Instagram | Website


29. TONITO Latin American Kitchen (#02-248)

Tonito Latin American Kitchen Jewel Changi Airport 1

Bringing to Singapore comfort dishes all the way from Latin America is TONITO Latin American Kitchen. They’re well-known for their repertoire of authentic Latin American favourites from regions such as Mexico, Peru, Cuba and Argentina.

This 80-seater restaurant overlooks the majestic Rain Vortex, allowing diners to bask in its tranquillity while having amazing comfort food.

jewel refresh - tonito latin american kitchen

Dishes which are probably more familiar to our palate include the Tacos, a Mexican favourite available in the options of Chicken (S$16), Pork (S$16), Beef (S$18) and Fish (S$18). The Sudado Pescado (S$24), on the other hand, is a Peruvian fish stew with barramundi, clam and white wine.

Delectable sharing dishes include the Sopa De Tortilla (S$26) which is essentially a chicken stew flavoured with Mexican cheese and charred corn. Otherwise, the pork lovers would no doubt enjoy the Feijoada (S$30) which is robust and enhanced with meaty goodness. 

+65 6904 3975
Daily: 11.30am – 10.30pm
Facebook | Instagram | Website

30. Elfuego by COLLIN’S® (#02-216)

El Fuego Online2

Meaning ‘the fire’ in Spanish, El Fuego is a halal establishment that is prized for their steaks. And what a blessing that is, given that there aren’t too many halal steak restaurants in Singapore. The vibe of their menu is contemporary European, so you’ll be treated to the likes of Lobster Bouillabaisse (S$60) and Charcoal Grilled Argentine Ribeye Steak (S$29).

El Fuego Online

Think their desserts won’t impress you? Then you’ll just have to make room for desserts, as they cater to each and every palate, regardless of whether you have a sweet tooth or not. I mean, just look at those dainty creations — how can you say no? 

Chocolate lovers, head for the Chocolate Royal (S$17) for a taste of rich and creamy dark chocolate mousse. Otherwise, the Raspberry Tart with Sorbet (S$16) proposes a refreshing yet sweet end to your meal. 

Gather your friends and family and I guarantee an unforgettable meal, no matter the occasion. 

+65 6513 0716
Daily: 10am – 10pm
Facebook | Instagram | Website

31. Arteastiq (#05-201)

jewel refresh - artistique

Treat yourself to a delicious and fancy brunch at Arteastiq, with dishes consisting of premium ingredients like truffle, lobster and foie gras.

jewel refresh - arteastiq 1

The Steak Panini Muffins (S$25) contain English muffins topped with sliced beef, demi glace, a sous vide egg, feta cheese and arugula salad. The Beijing Dynasty Crepe Duck Confit (S$24), on the other hand, is a crepe filled with duck confit, cucumber and chives, topped with balsamic glaze, truffle and arugula salad.

If you’re craving pasta, consider the Wild Caught Lobster Spaghetti of Boston Fisherman (S$33) or Hokkaido Scallop Squid Ink Spaghetti (S$18).

What better way to end brunch than with an assortment of desserts with your best pals? Tantalise your tastebuds with their Crepes Suzette (S$14), Apple Upside Down Cake (S$17) and Snow House (S$19). The latter features a delicate strawberry shortcake presented with a blanket of smooth whipped cream and lava cheese sauce. Simply divine!  

Daily: 11am – 10pm
Facebook | Website

8 Airbnb recommendations for the ultimate rest & relax vacation in Canggu, Bali

Jewel Changi Airport

78 Airport Boulevard, Singapore 819666

Jewel Changi Airport

78 Airport Boulevard, Singapore 819666

Telephone: +65 6956 9898
Operating Hours: Daily: 24hr
Telephone: +65 6956 9898

Operating Hours: Daily: 24hr
| Instagram | Website