It’s easy to spend an entire day at Jewel Changi Airport as the 10-storey lifestyle destination boasts a wide range of dining, shopping, lifestyle, entertainment and recreational options, all under one roof.
A number of new international and new-to-market brands have recently made Jewel their home, giving diners more mouth-watering food selections and shoppers a fresh and unique variety of items to bring home.
Satisfy your cravings at these eateries, then hit up the stores for your retail therapy fix.
Specialising in aburi or flamed seared meat, Aburi-EN offers donburi (rice bowls) with premium ingredients from Japan. It serves a fine selection of Japanese and Australian wagyu, and its highly acclaimed A4/A5 Miyazaki wagyu has won Japan’s “National Wagyu Award” three consecutive times.
Come here for halal-certified, demi-glace Japanese curry rice in five levels of spiciness. The curry is cooked over two days to yield a smooth and aromatic sauce full of umami using 14 different vegetables and spices. Combo Curries are served on 41cm-diameter plates and are great for sharing, while regular portions are served on 35cm-diameter plates.
NY Verden Bar & Grill
#03-227 & 228
Feast on modern European dishes made with the freshest air-flown ingredients and cooked over wood-fire at this modern grill restaurant. At the heart of the restaurant is an open-concept kitchen featuring two Josper grills, giving diners a glimpse of the chefs working their magic. Signature dishes include Duck Rillette, Crab Tagliolini, Grilled Tiger Prawns and 30-day dry aged Wagyu Tomahawk Steak.
Savour Chinese sauerkraut fish (suan cai yu), a popular Sichuan dish, at the first Tai Er outlet in Singapore. The traditional sauerkraut is pickled for 30 days and pairs well with tender boneless tilapia in a spicy and sour broth that packs a punch! Other classic Sichuan dishes to sample include Mung Bean Jelly, Sliced Beef and Ox Tongue in Chili Sauce, Dan Dan Noodles, Steamed Chicken in Chilli Sauce and Poached Sliced Beef in Hot Chilli Oil.
Tuck into Hong Kong cha chaan teng favourites at Tsui Wah’s first outlet in the East. Must-trys include the Crispy Bun with Condensed Milk, Borscht with Thick Toast and Kagoshima-style Braised Pork Cartilage in Fish Soup with Mixian. Enjoy a value-for-money Weekday Set Lunch for two at $28, and two Signature Afternoon Tea Sets for two at $16.80 and $19.90 respectively.
Sift & Pick
Korean fashion fans can shop for the latest bags from cult brand MARHEN.J at Sift & Pick. Choose from over 150 designs in canvas, sustainable nylon and the latest apple leather (certified vegan) series. New designs will be available concurrently with those launched in Korea, so shoppers can get their hands on the latest designs fresh off the shelves at the store.
Expect a wider range of items at fashion and lifestyle store Turtle’s spacious duplex store. Pick up fashionable jewellery accessories, unique home decor pieces, phone accessories, soft toys, quirky souvenirs, gift items and more.