78 Airport Boulevard
#02-210 Jewel Changi Airport
Singapore 819666

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10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

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Kam’s Roast Prosperity Treasure Pot brimming with all-star ingredients including signature roasts and Huat Kee Teochew Restaurant’s famous fish maw and abalone.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/jewel-changi-airport-chinese-new-year-2021/

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Meat was quite chewy, sauce was also not v strong. The sesame oil aroma comes thru the most in the sauce, which isn't really a good thing. I really believed I was eating goose because the texture of the meat was that different from the good roast ducks I've had. Not that it's particularly bad tho

Chili was strong and that kinda made up for it, there's a herbaceousness

It’s certainly one of the better ones around, and if you’re craving it, they are now delivering island wide. Plus if you you order via https://kamsroast.oddle.me, and use the code NEWFEAST, you get a 15% discount.
You will also get a free portion of Immune Boosting Herbal Soup ($6.80) with every order. Tasted it, it’s yums!

Expensive, but not surprising considering this is at Changi. Overall, they serve pretty juicy and flavourful meat. Good place to eat if you’re craving for Chinese at Jewel.

Expected much more and was kinda disappointed with their Signature Roast Duck. However, their Crispy Pork was really well-executed. Love their crispy salted skin 😄.

My favourite roast goose restaurant in Hong Kong is none other than the affordable 1-star Michelin restaurant, Kam’s Roast. Recently, Kam’s Roast arrived in Singapore and I finally visited their new branch at Changi Jewel (#02-210). Although roast goose is not available in Singapore, their Roast Duck ($16.80 for lower quarter) is just as stellar - the meat is tender, juicy and fragrant and the skin is thin and not too fat. I ordered Braised Noodles with Ginger and Scallion ($6.80) to go with the roast duck and it’s delicious! The noodles are springy and the sauce is rich and flavourful. The sides are commendable too - the savoury Cured Mixed Sausages ($8.80) are not too salty or sweet, the Marinated Black Fungus with Vinegar ($6.80) is very refreshing, the Marinated Tofu ($4.80) is silky smooth and the Carrot Soup ($4.80), which was the soup of the day, is very sweet and homely. Overall, I’m glad that the food is still as good as what I had in Hong Kong and to top it off, it remains surprisingly affordable👍🏻!