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The global pandemic outbreak has put one of our favourite pastimes — overseas travel — to a screeching halt. But it certainly hasn’t crushed our spirits for another Singaporean hobby: eating good food.
These days, folks aren’t heading over to the airport as pit stops for holidays abroad—it’s a downright haunt for food and drinks. That’s right, Changi Airport’s dining scene is a highlight on its own, with its overwhelming variety of restaurants, cafes and bistros. From Terminal 1 to Jewel Changi Airport, there’s plenty to choose from if you’re heading down for a good meal.
But what if we told you that you have the ability to mix and match Changi Airport’s food, snacks, desserts and drinks which can be dispatched straight to your doorstep for an outright feast? The combinations are endless thanks to the Changi Eats delivery service.
What is Changi Eats?
With nowhere to roam but the domains of our homes during the course of Circuit Breaker last year, we became acutely acquainted with food delivery apps. Unlike other platforms though, Changi Eats is a novel service that lets customers consolidate orders from various F&B restaurants within Changi Airport in a single delivery.
Since its launch in August 2020, the platform has expanded its initial repertoire of partnering merchants of 25 to 49 tenants on board now. There are well over 1,400 options to pick from the system (told you, the combinations are endless).
Ultimately, what’s special here is how you can satiate up to five culinary cravings at one go. Think about the possibilities to mix and match your mains! Imagine this for a feast at home: seafood rolls from Luke’s Lobster, some BBQ pork buns from Tim Ho Wan, a bowl of prawn dumpling ramen from Le Shrimp, a tub of Mao Shan Wang ice cream from Durian Mpire and swigs of Carrier Dry Rose from Bottles & Bottles to complete the grand meal.
Delivery is free with a minimum spend of S$50 for Mastercard holders, and you can earn Changi Rewards points while at it, which you can make good use of when shopping at Changi Airport. Alternatively, if you’d like to stretch your legs and enjoy 15% off your Changi Eats order (with no minimum spend, mind you), there’s always a self-pickup option at the Collection Point in Terminal 3.
A recipe for all celebrations
Speaking of grand feasts, Changi Eats is an excellent option for upcoming celebrations with family and friends at home. With the ability to order meals well ahead of time, it’ll take a load off from the usual crunch of party planning. Make sure you have your handy monopods ready to snap that family photo before diving into the food!
Orders can be made from as early as 28 days in advance, so keeping everyone well-fed is as simple as adding items to your cart, selecting your preferred date and time of delivery, and waiting for the glorious grub to arrive at your front door.
With Mother’s Day arriving soon, it’d be the best time to take Changi Eats out for a spin. Mother’s Day Bundles are now available for takeouts from A-One Signature and Central Thai, giving you and your mum a bountiful selection of claypot dishes and Thai favourites respectively. Oh, and a bonus gift awaits if you go with any of A-One Signature’s ‘Heartwarming Bundle’ set meals for four to 10 pax (priced at S$181.04 to S$383.27 during the early bird period from 19 – 30 April 2021) — you’ll get the actual clay pot too! Sweeten the deal with her favourite bottle of wine or champagne. Surely, your mother can’t say no to that.
Finding great restaurants for Iftar doesn’t need to be a hassle. There’s a variety of halal food in Jewel and Changi Airport to choose from! On Changi Eats, look out for the ‘Makan Bundles’ from halal-certified restaurants such as Saap Saap Thai, 4Fingers Crispy Chicken and Mr Teh Tarik Express. These bundles are the perfect parcels for Iftar (when Muslims break fast!) at home.
One particular highlight we can’t wait to nosh on: Sama Sama’s Ramadan Set Meal for 4 (S$136.96), consisting of Opor Ayam, Sambal Goreng Krecek, Sate Kambing Betawi and other comfort food from Indonesia. For those looking to prepare ahead of time for Hari Raya Puasa, hit Mdm Ling Bakery for some superbly-sedap sweet treats like Kopi Siew Dai Cookies (S$18.80 for 180g) and Himalayan Salt Chocolate Almond Cookies (S$18.80 for 260g) — gourmet halal goodies that would impress any house guest.
Indulge with us!
If being stuck indoors for most of the time since the outbreak has made people desperate for some culinary variety without the trouble of preparing meals, Changi Eats solves the conundrum. Hungry? Wait no further and head over to Changi Eats now!