Dine at waterside pavilions by The Oasis or discover the mall’s newest openings.

A vast range of foodie adventures awaits you at Changi City Point, from creative poke bowls to New Zealand craft beers. And with the opening of Downtown Line 3 on 21 Oct, the mall becomes even more accessible, gaining a direct connection from the basement to Expo MRT station.



For evening drinks or weekend brunch, retreat from the bustle of city life to The Oasis @ Changi City Point, a cluster of gastrobars with waterside pavilions lining a lush courtyard.

Table Manners (#01-68/69)

Besides coffee beans from Olivia & Co. and a good range of craft beers, Table Manners offers a well-rounded food menu with delectable options such as Buttermilk Fried Chicken Burger and Tiger Prawn Truffle Pasta.

We also love how the restaurant décor is peppered with tongue-in-cheek declarations such as: It is impolite to text at the dinner table unless you are sharing TM’s food on Facebook. Tel: 6604 7669

BLVD (#01-72/73)

BLVD, a bistro and bar with multiple outlets in the CBD, offers beechwood-fired pizzas and pasta options such as Puttanesca and Mushroom Truffle Crema.

For smaller bites, try the cured meats and cheeses, served with fresh bread, dried fruits and nuts; or the bar snacks, which range from Western (Truffle Fries, Garlic Baguette) to Asian (Avocado Sashimi, Black Carrot Cake).

MOA Tiki (#01-70/71)

The barrel-aged craft beers at MOA Tiki New Zealand Bar & Grill—of over a dozen varieties—come in glasses, bottles, buckets, towers and sampling flights.

There’s also a fantastic selection of Allan Scott wines from the Marlborough region, which you can pair with Honey BBQ Pork Ribs (basted with a red wine sauce) or the Mixed Grill Platter, a bounty of pork loin, lamb rack and sirloin steak with fries and salad. Tel: 6636 3353

FIVE Izakaya Bar (#01-66/67)

FIVE Izakaya Bar offers value-for-money set lunches as well as reasonably priced alcohol and Japanese bar snacks. Drinks start from just $5—this includes beer, spirits, sake and umeshu—and most light bites cost $5 to $8.

Nosh on kushiyaki (skewers), yakisoba, unagi maki and mentaiko fries, all while enjoying live music on weekday evenings (a different band takes the stage each night). Tel: 6604 8285



O Mamma Mia (#01-42)

O Mamma Mia is known for its use of premium ingredients imported from Italy. Best-selling pizzas include 5 Terre (Boletus mushrooms, pesto) and O Mamma Mia (ham, mushrooms, egg), while pastas come with a choice of five sauces and unusual shapes like strozzapreti and ravioli plin.

Ohana Poke (#01-20)

At Ohana Poke, customise your poke bowl or try a signature one like Unagi Avocado or Uahi Duck (smoked duck, onsen egg, black pepper sauce). Round off your meal with a cup of homemade Honey Cinnamon Apple Juice or Strawberry Currant Lemonade. Tel: 6538 3083

llaollao (#01-42)

Spanish frozen yoghurt brand llaollao serves low-calorie, guilt-free treats eaten with a signature swish-shaped spoon. Choose the modest Petitllao, a small serving of plain yoghurt, or go for the towering Sanum, which includes three types of fruits, two crunchy toppings and one sauce.

Kopitiam (#02-01/02)

With over 20 stalls (including 12 that are Halal), Kopitiam showcases the best of local heritage and international cuisines at its newly opened Changi City Point outlet. Returning your tray or opting for Healthier Choice meals earns you KPoints, which may be redeemed for a hot kopi, teh, or kaya toast set. Tel: 6636 1783