Jewel Changi Airport Food Guide – 19 Places to Snack & Dine + Who’s Open 24 Hours

Jewel Changi Airport is set to be one of the biggest openings for a retail, dining, and entertainment space in Singapore in 2019. With a whopping 300 facilities spanning across 10-storeys, it won’t be long before you start looking for your next bite, or a chance to chill over good food and company.

Here are 19 places to snack, dine, and hang out in between exploring Jewel Changi Airport’s expansive entertainment and flight facilities, including the world’s biggest indoor waterfall, the HSBC Rain Vortex!


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Ramen King @ Tampines Street 81, Tampines – Santouka-Quality Ramen at Heartland Prices

Japanese cuisine aficionados who fondly remember Hokkaido Ramen Santouka as the go-to place for authentic ramen, rejoice, for you can now indulge in the same goods at a fraction of the price. Ramen King, a hawker-based venture by ex-Santouka cooks, has set up shop at Tampines Street 81, bringing its mouthwatering recipe to the heartlands. (Double yay for this Eastie!) 


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Aniplus Cafe x Genshin Impact @ Esplanade Mall, City Hall – Anime Food Comes to Life at HoYo FEST 2021

What do you get when you combine the world’s hottest, anime-themed online roleplaying game with a pop-up cafe? You get HoYo FEST! miHoYo’s biggest live event is in Singapore, and fans of the hit game Genshin Impact can now get a slice of the rea-life action at none other than Aniplus Cafe in Esplanade Mall


The Genshin Impact themed cafe is the last leg in a trio of pop-up cafes that started running from November 2021. From now till 14 December, you can snack on food and drinks with a Genshin Impact twist, and shop from exclusive merch sold in-store! 

If you were one of the lucky few to snag reservations, here’s what you can expect at HoYo FEST Singapore. 

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Old Amoy Chendol @ Chinatown Complex Food Centre, Chinatown – Refreshing Chendol Sold by Ex-Model Hawkerpreneur

Nothing beats the heat better than an ice-cold dessert, and in (perpetually) sunny Singapore, the colder and more refreshing, the better. 

As its name suggests, Old Amoy Chendol specializes in the Southeast Asian dessert that is one of many Singaporeans’ go-to local fare whenever they need to escape the heat. Helmed by a model-turned-hawkerpreneur, the stall has since expanded to a few more outposts in Alexandra Village Food Centre, Dunman Food Centre, and Punggol.


Old Amoy Chendol ($2)

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Bar Cicheti Degustazione – 5-Course Pasta Decadence Available Monday to Thursday @ Jiak Chuan Road, Outram Park

Pasta is one of those unassuming ingredients that when treated properly, can be transformed into a base for some of the most incredible dishes. And Bar Cicheti has certainly proven its chops in it, despite its founder and chef having never set foot in Italy. 

If you’ve always wanted to try Bar Cicheti’s nifty, handmade pastas at its home turf on Jiak Chuan Road in Outram Park, the Degustazione  ($88++) is perfect for you. 


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Mylo’s @ Gardens by the Bay, Bayfront – Pet-Friendly Glasshouse Cafe with 23 Homemade Gelato Flavours (Media)

There’s nothing quite like discovering new hangout spots in your home turf. Mylo’s recently took over the space formerly occupied by Fennel Cafe, serving homemade gelatos, baked goods, and even dog treats for your four-legged friends. Located at Gardens by the Bay’s Active Garden, the gorgeous glasshouse cafe is the perfect spot to catch your breath – and maybe some tempting desserts. 


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Ishiro Rice Bowl @ Bedok Market Place, Simpang Bedok – Delicious Japanese Rice Bowls in the Heartlands

These days when I find myself too busy to dip out for my daily lunch run, I find myself scrolling through food delivery apps to discover new eating spots. Ishiro Rice Bowl is one such eatery I stumbled upon when looking for a quick fix for my cravings for Japanese food.


With multiple outlets scattered across Singapore, Ishiro Rice Bowl has become well-known for its affordable Japanese-style rice bowls with runny onsen eggs and bold flavours. Upscaled, yet wallet-friendly Yoshinoya is how I would describe their delicious bowls! 

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Le Matin Patisserie @ Raeburn Park, Outram Park – Experimental Bakery Worth the Pilgrimage; Weekend Specials Available

I’ve written about Le Matin Patisserie so frequently, it’s almost as though I’ve become a regular. But, it would be a sin to not venture to its experimental bakery at Raeburn Park after sampling their sweet and savoury boxes! 


Read my review of Le Matin Patisserie’s bake boxes: 

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