Craving food from Changi Airport’s food outlets but don’t want to travel there? The airport has just launched a new food delivery service, Changi Eats, to bring the food to you.
Mix-and-Match Your Order
With the Changi Eats food delivery service, you can order from up to five different participating dining outlets at Changi Airport and Jewel in a single order.
This means that you mix and match a food order from restaurants as diverse as Le Shrimp Ramen, Paris Baguette, Colonial Cub, Tim Ho Wan and Dal.Komm Coffee in one order.
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There are close to 30 brands participating in Changi Eats and more than 650 food, drink and snack items currently on the platform.
Brands that are currently on the platform include 108 Matcha Saro, 4 Fingers, Bengawan Solo, Canton Noodle & Congee House, Durian Mpire, Japan Gourmet Hall SORA, Mr Teh Tarik Express, Paradise Dynasty, Saap Saap Thia, Burger & Lobster, Kam’s Roast, Lady M, Nine Fresh and Tsuta Japanese Soba Noodles.
Additional brands are expected to be added each week.
What’s more, there is no mark-up on menu prices. There is no service fee either. Changi Rewards members can also earn Changi Rewards points.
Delivery is free with MasterCard for a minimum spend of $50. If not, island-wide delivery starts from $5 or free delivery for order with a minimum spend of $80 in a single order.
The delivery service will be available between 12.30 pm to 8 pm daily.
There is also the option for self-pickup with a minimum spend of $50. Those who choose to do so will earn a $10 Changi Gift Card with $50 spent.
New food promotions will be made available on Changi Eats each week.
For the first weekend from 28 to 31 August, there will be truffle fries from Burger & Lobster and green tea lattes from Dal.Komm Coffee going at $1.
Other deals coming up in subsequent weeks include $10 bundles from Collin’s and 99 cent bubble tea.
Bringing Changi to You
On why the airport has launched this initiative, in a FAQ on the website, Changi Airport explained, “The travel industry, along with the retail and food & beverage industry have been severely affected due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Changi Airport has been affected and our tenants, many whom are local SMEs, are affected too. However, we remain resilient and are committed to helping our partners through this difficult time. During this time, we know that many of you have missed the airport and we can’t wait to welcome you back too. As such, we have worked with a group of local SMEs to roll out this delivery initiative so that we can bring Changi to you. So join us in supporting our tenants and enjoy a piece of Changi at home.”
Visit the Changi Eats website for the latest brands and items available and have a taste of Changi Airport at home.