78 Airport Boulevard
#B2-209 Jewel Chang Airport
Singapore 819666

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The supposed insane queue at A&W Jewel was very manageable when BBF (best buddy forever) and I arrived at 11am+ on a weekday and we got our seats very comfortably. Both of us ordered the Golden Aroma Chicken meal which came with 2 pieces of fried chicken, curly fries and root beer. I personally prefer A&W’s rendition of fried chicken to that of KFC’ hot & crispy version. The former’s batter is not as thick and greasy as that of KFC’s. The curly fries and root beer tasted as they were meant to be haha though BBF seemed enamoured with the root beer as she took a solo shot of it lol. Anyway am glad A&W is back on our shores!

It would be good if chicken thigh is used instead of chicken breast. The burger itself is rather substantial so it gets rather dry after a while. The curly fries with beef sauce tasted just as it was supposed to be haha.

Trying this at the newer outlet @amk_hub - really nice space, with many seats and fast moving queue. The fried chicken was nubbad but I loved the curly fries! And of course my favourite root beer float 💕

Mozza Burger Combo - $10.90
Twin layer of meat patty layered with a couple turkey bacon. Quite dry to be honest. Combo comes with curly fries, and a root beer. Top up 60cents more for a root beer float instead. The root beer float is still the highlight of the meal and definitely the most satisfying item

A la carte $4.90
Combo $8.90

Chicken is way too dry

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Funny how this was a returning entrant to the local fast food scene after so many years, and people could actually queue for hours for it when it was also available in Malaysia. I was somewhat lucky to spot empty seats in the restaurant on a Sunday at 11.00am, so I decided to walk in to reconnect to my growing up years.

I had not recalled eating any burger back then, but the Cream Cheese Beef Burger Combo with Root Beer Float upgrade. Priced at S$11.50, I was quite pleased that the food was ready while I barely touched my Root Beer Float. Well, much as the scoop of cream cheese added a different twist to the burger as compared to the traditional cheddar slice, the burger on its own was on the dry side. The Curly Fries was lukewarm and most of them were clumpy, but I was not wrong to conclude that everything seemed close to the nostalgic taste.

For nostalgia sake, I would come back once in a while for a meal or something, but it somehow could still work harder to match up with its fast food competitors to justify the price point. And hopefully, people do not steal their glass mugs like in the past.