My most picky friend gave Yun Nans 云海肴 at Jewel Changi Airport a positive review.
Shang Social marks Shangri-La Group’s first venture in standalone dining establishment outside of a hotel setting and pays tribute to three distinctive Chinese cuisines – Cantonese, Huaiyang, and Sichuan
Gyu Kaku’s weekday buffet gives rather good value.
Similar to Tok Tok, Sama Sama by Tok Tok at Jewel Changi Airport serves authentic Indonesian food that will pull the nostalgic heart strings of many Indonesians living in Singapore. The stark difference is the price range of the food items. Tok Tok is a casual dining concept that offers more one-dish meals below $10, while Sama Sama focuses more on sharing dishes and with the likes of meats and seafood, prices can reach as high as $30+.
By the people behind Ola Cocina and Tono Cevicheria, Tonito at Jewel Changi Airport serves fantastic and casual Latin American food.
One of the more interesting restaurants at Jewel, Herit8ge pays homage to 70s old school Singaporean flavours with a contemporary twist.
Diamond Kitchen, Science Park: New Dishes for Mother’s and Father’s Days but Old Dishes Are Still the Best
Diamond Kitchen at Science Park and Marine Parade has new dishes but their signatures are still the ones to beat.