78 Airport Boulevard
#02-248 Jewel Changi Airport
Singapore 819666

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11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

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Visit this casual restaurant in Jewel for a vibrant Latin American feast featuring dishes from Mexico, Peru, Argentina, Cuba and Venezuela. Expect a hearty meal — Nachos Grande with pork sausage and beans, a refreshing Quinoa Grain Salad and Mexican Corn Quesadillas with corn, cheese, mushroom and tomato salsa. You'll also tuck into Chicken Tallarin Saltado, a stir-fried Peruvian pasta seasoned with special soy sauce. Apart from the mouthwatering nosh, the "beautiful view overlooking the Jewel's waterfall and excellent service to boot" will be sure to makeit an awesome dining experience.
Photo by Burppler Le.Foodie .Cartz


The combination of sauce and ingredient was exquisite. However one for one deal only apply to lowest item if you order more than 2 dishes.

Overall a nice grilled prawn pasta with Umami taste! The grilled prawns are big and there’s also smaller prawn bits in the pasta with edamame and lala shellfish. Yum yum!

Nice ambience for Mexican food! Tried the Arroz Pollo (chicken rice) too which is quite tasty.

Burpple 1-1 deal for $32++ (excluding drinks) made it worth it:) even better when we managed to get the seats facing the fountain😌


The tortilla chips w guac & sour cream was alright - some chips were still warm, and went well with the cold guac/sour cream.

The quinoa salad (served cold) was rather refreshing, and I particularly appreciated the little crunch bits which elevated the dish.

Chicken tacos were flavourful, with a balanced proportion of juicy & charred chicken cubes, melty cheese, mashed beans, cabbage, tomatoes, served on a lightly toasted flour tortilla. Pretty decent, but not outstanding.

Latino pasta came piping hot with a savoury crab & tomato sauce, and lots of crispy garlic bits. They were rather generous with the crabmeat! I liked the sauce which was tasty & not salty, but if I were to nitpick, I think linguine wasn’t the best choice of pasta.

The tres leches cake was a super spongy cake - the texture is was somewhat like a soggy bread? The coconut milk (I think) was light and not jelat at all. I’m on the fence for this one, because while I sorta enjoyed it (other than the too-sweet canned pineapple) as it was a refreshing dessert, the soggy bread texture put me off a little.

P.s. owners of tonito please bring tono back, I loved that place and their ceviches/appetisers/SERVICE :’)