78 Airport Boulevard
#B2-238/239/240 Jewel Changi Airport
Singapore 819666

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Passable. I was famished so wolfed this down.

Sausage was complex even though I didn't like the texture. It was abit hard

Char siew had a good balance of fats and meat, and was very tender too. Got some well charred bits on the outside. Overall a very good choice

Duck had a slightly crispy skin, and very well rendered fats. They do live up to their name of a roast duck place

Ultimately, I would say they're deserving of the price. Not bad

P.S. chili sauce was normal chicken rice chili despite the interesting colour

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If you're looking for cheap and good food in Jewel Airport then you should consider going to Five Spice! Although it's food court food but the atmosphere is quite different haha it's kinda like a upgraded food court. However do expect to large crowd (since it's more affordable as compared to restaurants). We ordered the KL Chilli Ban Mee and although the portion is pretty small it's still quite yummy. However would expect it to be more flavourful 😅 not the best ban mee/chilli ban mee I had but still acceptable hahaha. Not something that can SPICE up my life but ok at least can fill my tummy when I need to!

The Mee sua was soft and very easy to eat. Broth was delightful. But didn’t see any peanuts this time. The seaweed soup was really good. Well seasoned. The other dish in the set was enoki mushrooms.

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[Food Court] The hallmark of good thosai for me goes beyond a palatable lentil batter, but really chutney that taste the part. The Thosai here fits the bill as I taste bites of desiccated coconut shreds in the white milky sauce, and look at that tangy tomato variant in orange; with evident crushed mint leaves is the last variant in green.

This was more interesting than just plain Fishball Noodles cos there were fish cakes and fish dumplings as well. I added extra 2 fishballs for $1.30. Loved the chili sauce and pork lard in this.

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