- For $12.50, you get $25 worth of Local Delights and Drinks.
- For $25, you get $50 worth of Local Delights and Drinks.
a serving of Asian Tofu Goreng ($8.90) that is both spicy yet refreshing. The homemade nutty and fiery sauce goes perfectly with the cubes of deep-fried beancurd. The side of beansprouts and cucumber strips lends a refreshing note to the dish. To ensure that kids receive their daily vegetable intake, opt for the Braised Homemade Spinach Beancurd ($12.90), so tasty that even the most vehemently veggie-vexed would give a toothy grin of approval.
Savour the tantalizing flavours of Spicy Beef Rendang ($9.90) that has been thoroughly marinated and slow-cooked to perfection so the tender chunks of choice beef simply melt in one's mouth. Stir-fried with the thick fragrant gravy of coconut milk and fragrant hand-picked spices, this dish is a must have for meat lovers. Induge in San Bei Ji ($12.90), pieces of chicken stewed with ginger, garlic and chilli with a dash of basil for that unique flavour, steeped in dark soy sauce and generously garnished with spring onion. Include it in meal orders, and behold the wondrous aroma once the lid of the earthern pot is lifted. For assured belly-filling, order a plate of Mee Goreng ($9.90) for sharing, or have one all by yourself to savour the spicy strands of noodles, topped with crunchy veggies and fresh succulent prawns.
To round up a satisfying meal, the Chendol ($4.50) remains a perennial favourite with locals as well as expatriates, who will enjoy the rich and smooth coconut milk base with an abundant portion of red beans, grass jelly and palm sugar. Otherwise, get your sweet tooth satiated with the Sago Gula Melaka ($3.90) or Bubur Cha Cha ($3.90), which are both traditional Malay desserts that have become popular around the world with fragrant coconut milk and delicious ingredients.
Changi City Point
Monday to Friday: 11.30am-9.30pm
Saturday to Sunday: 11.30am-10pm