It’s no secret that multicultural Singapore offers a melting pot of cuisines and this is no different for halal options. If you’re in the best airport in the world (Changi!) and the craving hits for Korean, Western or local food, you’ll be spoilt for choice. With a wide array of halal dining options available across all terminals, we’ve got you covered with some handpicked selections to dine at before or after your flight!

Jinjja Chicken: All things Korean in one location

Fried chicken drumsticks coated in sauce with a serving of fries

If you can take the heat, try Jinjja’s signature drumsticks coated in a fiery chilli sauce. Photo credit: Jinjja Chicken

A bowl of Bibimbap

For a more substantial meal, go for the classic favourites like the Bibimbap to beat the hunger pangs. Photo credit: Jinjja Chicken

Wishing you were en route to meet your K-pop idols in Korea? You may not be able to satisfy your wanderlust, but you can satisfy your appetite with a whole platter of Jinjja Chicken’s signature chicken wings!

While you’re busy licking your fingers, catch up on the latest K-pop videos that the fried chicken joint plays on giant screens. And, don’t forget to check out some of the merchandise, including tote bags, t-shirts and even Jinjja Chicken’s special spicy sauce! You may just feel like you’re in Korea for a little while. 


Location: Terminal 2, Level 2 (Public Area)

Operating Hours:

Mon – Sun: 24 hours 

Andes by Aston: A carnivore’s dream come true

A serving of steak at Andes Changi Airport

Steaks, chicken and seafood — have them all at halal-certified Andes. Photo credit: Andes by Aston

Meat lovers, rejoice! While Aston’s original chain is not Halal-certified, Andes is. Serving grilled grub with generous sides at affordable prices, Andes is the perfect post-send off or welcome home meal. With a wide selection of steak cuts, chicken and seafood, and ample seating space, you won’t have to worry about accommodating larger groups of family members or friends too. 


Location: Terminal 4, Level 2M (Public Area)

Operating Hours:

Mon – Sun: 10:30am – 11:00pm

Crave: For award-winning Nasi Lemak fit for the royals

A Nasi Lemak set at Crave

The Nasi Lemak at Crave is served with crispy chicken that is marinated with the family’s secret recipe. Photo credit: Crave

Then comes local favourites that can be enjoyed whether you’re flying or not. One of Singapore’s finest, Crave, has been dishing out sumptuous Nasi Lemak for years from its Adam Road Hawker Centre stall. It has been said that the Sultan of Brunei is a regular customer of the Adam Road stall. Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong once hosted Indonesian President Jokowi to this dish too! 


Location: Terminal 2, Level 1 (Public Area)  and Level 2, Departure Lounge (Transit Area)

Operating Hours:

Mon – Sun: 6:00am to 1:00am

Heavenly Wang: A haven of local delights

Laksa at Heavenly Wang

Enjoy a selection of hearty local delights at Heavenly Wang. Photo credit: Heavenly Wang

If you’re looking for a wider selection, this old school joint is the place to go. Whether for breakfast, lunch, dinner or even supper, there’s a dish for every hour — from traditional toast sets to local classics like laksa and curry chicken. If you’re looking for a souvenir to bring overseas with you, consider a bottle of Heavenly Wang’s signature kaya too! 


Location: Terminal 3, Level 1 (Public Area) and Level 2, Departure Lounge (Transit Area)

Operating Hours:

Mon – Sun: 24 hours  


There is no shortage of halal dining options with the best of the East and West located here in the heart of Changi. As a wide variety of delectable and classic fare awaits, you don’t have to fret about what to eat at the airport. So, for your next gathering with family and friends, why not head down to Changi Airport for some sumptuous halal food?