Commons (Jewel Changi Airport)

26 Wishlisted
~$20/pax
Commons is a halal-certified, family- and vegetarian-friendly restaurant located next to the gorgeous HSBC Rain Vortex at Jewel Changi Airport. With our long tables and spacious seating, as well as the sharing platters that we offer, Commons is the space for groups of people, big and small, and from all walks of life, to come together to share and build memories over delightful food. Our diverse range of specially crafted Asian-Fusion delights, spanning appetisers, entrees and even desserts, ensures that there’s something for everyone, for any occasion.

78 Airport Boulevard
#B1-289/290 Jewel Changi Airport
Singapore 819666

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Sunday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

The Thai Style Beef Linguine has beef slices and mixed vegetables in a sweet and sticky Thai sauce. This had a unique flavour but it isn't my kind of thing.

The oven baked chicken thigh comes with baked Japanese sweet potato, asparagus, baby carrots and cherry tomatoes. This was rather healthy and tasted like an upgraded chicken chop, just that the chicken was quite salty 😅

The signature main courses were much more delicious than they sounded on the menu! Thumbs up to the ovenbaked chicken thigh which came with a baked sweet potato ($16 on menu); Thai-style beef linguine - a concoction that worked ($16); and even the chicken cutlet cream pasta ($8 for kids, with juice). This place is under the radar, despite offering tasty food, generous portions, and seats next to the Jewel waterfall! Entertainer app subscribers enjoy a 1 for 1 deal on the mains, pasta and pizza. There’s something on the menu for everyone! We will be back.

Invited for tasting menu, a grasp of this dish as below:

**As this was a tasting portion, it was halved, you could get more out of this from the price!

What I got: Grilled chicken, chicken sausages, ribeye, lamb ribs, Japanese baked sweet potatoes, carrot, asparagus, bbq and satay sauce.

Grilled chicken - Very very dry, dipped into either sauces and it didn't help the meat at all.

Chicken sausages - An unpleasant taste felt through our tongue and we didn't appreciate it, you may taste differently but we definitely don't like it.

Ribeye - At medium, it was seared to a nice pink but the lack of seasoning drops the rating and sort of tough to chew.

Lamb ribs - WOW! This is magnifique! By far the best dish of the night, although there's a slight gamey factor, the fact that my partner who does not consume much lamb just dive right back for a second helping. Lamb was rich in flavour, glistening throughout, a masterpiece in this otherwise non-harming plate of meats.

Specials mention: baked sweet potato done just right and balances out any oily touch on your lips.

The rest are just there to bring colors and compliments these meats.

In whole, I don't really think this plate is worth it's value considering only the lamb ribs are the only worthy meat in there. As such, we do recommend just the lamb ribs on its own and savouring these only are worth the calories as well.

Overall taste: 2.5/5 (all points to lil' lamb that saved the day!)
Presentation: 3.5/5

Invited for tasting menu, a grasp of this dish as below:

Presented in an unassuming bowl, we didn't expect too much especially from the first appetizer we had on lamb wanton taco.

Upon first bite, this produces a very tangible spicy kick and the smoking flavour emits from these chicken wings. It was good and flavourful. We love the smoky flavour throughout the body of the wings and drumlet but it lacks the sweetness to it, probably overpowered by the spices as our mouth felt tingling hot than the header "sweet" used to represent.

After all, great effort in showcasing this dish. If the sweetness can balance out the "spicy" found in these chicken, it would score well.

Overall taste: 3.5/5
Presentation: 2.5/5

Invited for tasting menu, a grasp of this dish as below:

Pleasing to the eyes, this is a unique usage of wanton as taco topped with sriracha mayo and drizzle with a dash of lime, this shredded lamb meat became wild yet doesn't imbue with any gamey factor which is a hit for me and my partner. We just hope there are less mayo over each piece.

Overall taste: 4.5/5
Presentation: 5/5

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