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1 Review for “Herit8ge (Jewel Changi Airport) ” - Restaurants
A new fusion concept restaurant/bar with interesting food names and food combinations.
We were attracted by their tantalizing trolley display of real food right before the restaurant. Being located in Jewel would mean waiting in queue before we get seated especially during the dining hours. As compared to other restaurants, despite visiting on a Friday evening, the wait isn’t too long probably because it is located on the top level where people don’t venture to for a meal. We waited for less than an hour to get a seat.
The restaurant is not very spacious hence with limited seats. However, the food is really nice and delicious! We ordered the Charsiu-licious (pork ribs with char siu BBQ sauce), British Classic Fish & Chips, and Macho Nacho. They have many creatively named items that are also creatively fusion-ed between western and local taste. The Char siu pork ribs is soft and easily removed from the bones. If the Char siu sauce taste could get richer within the meat, it will definitely be perfect. The fish & chips, though a basic dish but was what we felt could differentiate one restaurant from another and not disappointing, the fish was fresh, sweet and juicy. The batter wasn’t too thick either, which makes the whole dish tasty unless some other fish & chips I’ve had before where I had to force myself to finish the dish as I got sick of the batter and less-than-fresh fish. Would recommend the fish & chips! Both the pork ribs and fish & chips are paired with ah-char as the side dish and even their ah-char tastes really nice. The Nachos tastes good too. It is topped with well-marinated minced meat.
We had wanted to order a few other dishes but it was sold out by dinner time. ): Would definitely be back to try their Truffle Carrot Cake Sticks.
Other than the main dishes, we also tried the one item from their interestingly-named local inspired dessert/beverages page:- Drunk on Chendol. To be honest, we were actually expecting a dessert kind of style served but no…we were kind of taken aback when it was served in a coffeeshop-style kopi cup. First sip on it and it won us over, completely. It is an interesting mix of our local Chendol with Rum alcohol. A great balance of taste without any overpowering another.
Recommend this restaurant! Seems like many (or maybe all?) their dishes are worth a try.
(Spotted many customers ordering the “Empress Pasta”, spaghetti with buttered cereal King Prawns.)
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