10 Best Makan Places in Changi Other Than Changi Village Nasi Lemak

What comes to mind whenever you hear the word “Changi”? Is it the Changi Airport? Or perhaps Changi City Point? Whatever it is, chances are it wouldn’t be about the food there, especially if you are a complete stranger to the east. Well, fret not, because this list is specially prepared for the food enthusiasts who are also strangers to the food paradise in Changi.

Well, fret not, because this list is specially prepared for the food enthusiasts who are also strangers to the food paradise in Changi.


1. Changi Village Fried Hokkien Mee

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As HungryGoWhere describes it, this stall is a “Hokkien Mee specialist”. It has got pretty good reviews online as well, with compliments going to the generous slide pork bellies included as well as the fragrant prawn stock used in their gravy. What’s more, they are open on all days of the week!

Address: #01-53, Changi Village Hawker Centre (2 Changi Village Road, Singapore 500002)


2. Changi Village Carrot Cake

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According to reviews, included in the carrot cake are lots of eggs, chunks of radish, and a perfect blend of flavours! Go to enjoy this with a cup of hot kopi tarik from the Indian beverage stall nearby, or you can even order a packet to-go and head down to Changi Beach for a heartwarming breakfast with your loved ones.

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Address: #01-31, Changi Village Hawker Centre (2 Changi Village Road, Singapore 500002)


3. Changi Village Best BBQ Chicken Wings

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What’s there left to say? The signboard mentions that it’s the “best”, and their reviews supplement the claim too. Definitely worth a try as many are complimenting their chicken wings as crispy, tasty, well-barbequed, and is not too dry nor oily. Oh, don’t say I didn’t remind you: get their chilli sauce to accompany the dish as it only makes the whole experience even more shiok!

Address: #01-30, Changi Village Hawker Centre (2 Changi Village Road, Singapore 500002)

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4. Weng Kee Original Taste Ipoh Hor Fun

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They say a trip to Changi Village would not be complete without a plate (or two) of this Chicken Cutlet Hor Fun. They have got a very addictive taste of gravy and chilli sauce, as well as crunchy chicken chop pieces! I’m actually already drooling while describing this.

Address: #01-19, Changi Village Hawker Centre (2 Changi Village Road, Singapore 500002)


5. Charlie’s Corner

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Now, this is something different which you normally would not see in a hawker centre. Located just at the corner of the hawker centre, Charlie’s Corner is a gastropub that serves a range of 125 craft beers and ciders and Western comfort food. Their fantastic alcohol selection is still one of the best in the area, making it a perfect spot to hang out with your friends.

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Address: #01-70, Changi Village Hawker Centre (2 Changi Village Road, Singapore 500002)


6. Sari Bistari Changi Village Famous Nasi Ayam Penyet

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You might think that this is just another plate of Nasi Ayam Penyet, but what you ought to know is that Sari Bistari is one that has got the approval of our local’s tastebuds when it comes to a good, traditional Indonesian dish.

Address: #01-71, Changi Village Hawker Centre (2 Changi Village Road, Singapore 500002)

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7. Mei Xiang Goreng Pisang

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If you’re craving for some banana fritters and you happen to be at Changi Village, then you shouldn’t go wrong with this. With a granular-like batter coating to encase the soft bananas within, Mei Xiang Goreng Pisang is simply happiness in finger size!

Address: #01-51, Changi Village Hawker Centre (2 Changi Village Road, Singapore 500002)


8. Ho Guan Satay Bee Hoon

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I don’t know about you, but a plate of well-prepared Teochew Satay Bee Hoon would always put a smile on my face. It’s probably because I was born into a Teochew family and have been eating this since I was a little boy.

Also, I’m pretty sure that some of you haven’t tried this amazing dish before, and if you’re one of them – what are you still waiting for? Please do your taste buds a favour already! By the way, the stall owners are dear old couples who belong to our Pioneer Generation, so go show them some love okay!

Address: #01-61, Changi Village Hawker Centre (2 Changi Village Road, Singapore 500002)
Opening hours: 11 am to 9 pm (Closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays)


9. Chock Full of Beans

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Situated under an HDB block is this small, petite coffee house called Chock Full of Beans. Just look at that 3D coffee art design of a cat! *melts*

Over here, you can look forward to a wide variety of pizzas, pasta, and even cakes!

Address: #01-2090, Blk 4 Changi Village Road (Singapore 500004)
Contact: 6214 8839


10. Traditional Cendol Melaka

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So you might ask: what’s good for dessert after filling your tummy with all the yummy food in Changi Village? Well, go ahead and get yourself some Cendol Melaka and you’re sure to be satisfied. Psst durian lovers: don’t say I never share – they serve Durian Cendol here as well. And the best part? It’s just $2.10 for a bowl!

Address: #01-2046, Blk 1 Changi Village Road (Singapore 500001)
Opening hours: 10.30am to 10 pm (Closed on Mondays, excluding Public Holidays)
Contact: 6542 1246


And there you have it! 10 more spots for you to hang out with your friends the next time you’re in the East. Enjoy!

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Javier Tan

Javier is a perfectionist who pays extremely close attention to details, but can ironically procrastinate a lot more than one could ever imagine and end up getting things done far from perfect. He gets stressed out pretty often, but he deals with it easily by following his intuition "Eating Is The Way To Go". Besides, there is nothing that a therapeutic session with his headphones at full blast cannot subdue.