Singapore Food Street – Food Court in Singapore

Singapore Food Street, a great food court in Singapore, located within Changi Airport’s Terminal 3 (65 Airport Boulevard).

The food court, open to customers since June 2014 and operated by Select Group’s Universal Dining, is a 1960s themed food street featuring the best of Singapore’s delights for both locals and tourists alike to enjoy their favourite local dishes within the iconic airport.

In terms of atmosphere, the food court showcases Singapore’s rich heritage with intricate Peranakan style decor and nostalgic looking pushcarts seen in 1960s Singapore.

Singapore Food Street - Food Court in Singapore - Changi Airport Terminal 3.

The makeshift carts and stalls inspired by a food street from early Singapore era allow you get to take a walk down memory lane and reminisce about the good old days as you take pleasure in enjoying highlights from the local food culture.

Singapore Food Street - Food Court Changi Singapore - Changi Airport Terminal 3.

Stalls at the food hall include Kaveri, Drinks Stall, Subway, Sheng Kee HK Wanton Noodle, Rong Cheng Bak Kut Teh, Tai Wah Pork Noodle, Ah Huat Chicken Rice, Fried Prawn Noodle, La Mian Xiao Long Bao, Mini Wok, King of Fried Rice, and Nasi Lemak.

Within the 12 stalls, popular choices on the restaurant menus include everything from a plate of aromatic Hainanese Chicken Rice to a bowl of comforting Bak Kut Teh, where each meal is nostalgic to the last bite.

Singapore Food Street Changi Airport Terminal 3 – Food Court in Singapore
65 Airport Boulevard, Level 3, Departure Transit Lounge (Central), Transit Area, Terminal 3, Changi Airport
Singapore 819663
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 24 Hours
universal-dining.com.sg/SingaporeFoodStreet

Universal Dining, which manages the food court in Singapore, also has a range of other themed food halls in Singapore.


These other food halls include Chinatown Food Street, Straits Food Village, International Food Hall (at Changi Airport T4), Tanglin Food Hall (within Tanglin Mall), as well as Hawkers’ Street.