Scoot@Home is the name for the Scoot Airline’s Meals at Home. It is the lower priced version of the widely talked about SIA@Home meals. This arrived from Scoot recently. I am not sure when Scoot is launching it or the price point. But we tried it anyway and this is our verdict.
Food in Changi
Maison de PB by Paris Baguette was where we decided to have lunch at Jewel Changi after we browsed the many food places at the Singapore Changi Airport. The $29.90 set lunch looked attractive.
Suju Masayuki Jewel at Changi Airport is the Japanese restaurant’s second outlet in Singapore. Originating from the Nagano prefecture of Japan, Suju Masayuki (酢重正之) focuses on the basics of Japanese food culture such as miso and shoyu.
We are happy to find another place offering cheap and good food with convenience. Fresh Fruits Lab takeaway bentos starting from $8.90 is a wallet-friendly deal and we found their food to be very enjoyable.
Eastpoint Mall is right next to the Simei MRT Station and there is a bus-stop right in front of the mall. There is a shuttle bus service to Changi General Hospital and St Andrew’s Community Hospital. The well connected suburban mall has varied food & beverage options for the ordinary patrons – from bubble tea and artisanal coffee to cuisines from Thailand, Pakistan and Korea. Now that the public is advised to take safe distancing seriously, and visit malls only for essential goods such as food, you may not want to wander around a mall looking for what to eat or buy. Our 2020 list of Eastpoint Mall food outlets may help you make your choice earlier and just zoom in to the restaurants and cafes where you can eat or buy for takeaway.
You may not realise it, but Chinese New Year is less than a month away. The lunar new year decorations in Chinatown are up and Lim Chee Guan bak