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11 Changi Coast Walk
Singapore
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Telephone: (65) 6445-5108
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  1. Muffy
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     16 Apr 2012 at 11:33 am
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    We chanced upon this place as we took the wrong route to Changi Village. When we entered the main car park, we realized that the eateries are open to both members and the public.

    As we trekked cautiously on the walkway, we discovered that this place is actually a sea sports centre where sailing, wind surfing or kayak activities are regularly conducted.

    This place also offers a mix of Indonesian, Chinese and Western restaurants. The best part about this location is that diners can choose to sit near the common wooden platform facing the sea. It was an amazing scene as we happen to witness the sunset.

    We were undecided but finally chose to try this Chinese alfresco zhi char café. The manager, Doris was friendly and helpful as she explained their specialty dishes. We have selected the following :

    1. Steamed Fish in Preserved Radish – The meat was fresh and coupled with the slightly salted radish, it was a good combination.

    2. Homemade Prawn Rolls – The roll was cut into smaller pieces before they were being deep fried. Each piece contained chopped prawns with crunchy water chestnut.

    3. Stir Fried Four Season Beans with Dried Shrimps – more popularly known as Gan Bian Si Ji Dou. The greens are deep fried briefly, thus retaining the fresh crispy texture. The minced dried shrimps that were scattered on top of the dish also made it more appetizing.

    Highly recommend this place to families, especially with children as this is one of the few remaining places in Singapore where we can sit back, relax and enjoy the sea breeze while rejuvenating our spirit. Children can choose to watch numerous planes about to land near Changi Airport or play around the open spaces under the watchful eyes of their parents dining nearby.

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    Comments on this review:
    1. Leenie Pigs
      Leenie Pigs said:
      Sounds like a really fabulous place to hangout on the weekends.. Will sure to check it out!!!
      16 Apr 2012 at 11:48 am
    2. Muffy
      Muffy said:
      yeap... we will go back again... this time with our nephews and nieces
      16 Apr 2012 at 2:02 pm
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