Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Tai Hing Roast

Tai Hing Roast, one of the largest chain of Hong Kong style eateries in Hong Kong and China, has officially opened an outlet at Changi Airport's Terminal 2. There is a catch however. Tai Hing Roast is located within the transit section of the terminal, which means you will have to be flying in/out of Singapore before you get to dine there. Weird positioning if you ask me, but I guess the management would know better.

The Place & Menu

It isn't a restaurant per se, but more of a seemingly borderless area where you can dine at and watch planes (and people) go by.The menu is pretty much similar to what you get in a standard HK cafe in Singapore but prices do seem a little higher (think $10-$12 for roast duck noodles), taking into consideration the location as well as the middle to high positioning that is adopted by the eatery.

Speech by the MD of Tai Hing Roast, Mr Chan Wing On & Ribbon cutting

Champagne to toast

Washed down with Tai Hing's famous milk tea

Char Siew

Roast Chicken

Platter of Roast Pork and Skin


Roast Duck

Based on the sampling of food I had, I honestly wouldn't say that the food was anything to shout about. But it does provide a good and "exclusive" alternative to the likes of Burger King, Subway and all the other run off the mill outlets in the T2 transit area. Best of all, it's round the clock.

Address: Transit lounge, Changi Airport Terminal 2

Contact: 6214 3606

Opening Hours: 24 hrs daily

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