Looking for a halal food joint to gather at? Look no further than Terminal M!
Located in the basement of Changi Airport Terminal 3, you’ll be spoilt for choice with a variety of Ministry of Food brands at this newly-halal-certified gourmet food hall! Take your pick from Korean cuisine at Hanssik and Café Papa (Korean), Japanese dishes at Ten-ya, and Kaisen-ya, or go for Chinese food at Yu Long Quan. With a wide range of offerings that are all halal-certified, you’ll know where to go for a Muslim-friendly meal to break fast this Ramadan!
Satisfy your cravings for Korean-style fried chicken with Café Papa’s Korean Fried Chicken Platter (from S$16.90)! Big enough for four, the hearty platter comprises of shoe-string fries, onion rings, criss-cut fries, fried ddeokbokki (Korean rice cakes) and crispy chicken covered in a sticky and savoury house-made Korean sauce. Take your pick from Original, Soy, and Spicy flavours; or a mix of all three – plus, the platter comes with a dish of deliciously oozy cheese sauce!
There is also the popular Budae Jiggae Specialty Myeon (S$10.90), or Army Stew Noodles! Filled with a medley of ingredients like chicken sausages, sliced spam, egg; all in a piping hot bowl of spicy Korean noodles a hot stone bowl, it’s a warm and filling meal that will delight the K-fan in you.
If you’re a K-drama fan, you would probably have seen the Dosirak (S$10.90) popping up quite a few times! Styled like a lunch box where you shake the ingredients to mix them all up, you can choose from either chicken or beef to go with your rice. It also comes with a lovely and runny sunny side-up, as well as kimchi and shredded seaweed! We would have preferred if the box was a little bigger, or the ingredients less tightly compressed – we couldn’t shake up our rice that much. Nevertheless, we did enjoy the tasty marinade the beef had, which paired nicely with the rice and kimchi.
Looking for something unique? Go for the 6 in 1 Chicken Xiaolongbao (S$13.00) – with a local twist ! The flavours include salted egg yolk, chilli crab, Teochew herb and spices, and laksa. We especially loved the punchy spiciness of the chilli crab flavour, and the juiciness of the salted egg yolk ones!
Another dish we loved was the Chicken Yong Tau Foo (from S$9.00), drizzled in MOF’s signature sauce – it’s available in both individual as well as sharing portions. Fragrant and moreish, we couldn’t stop picking up piece after piece!
End off meal with a sweet treat: the Red Bean Pancake (S$9.80)! Fried till crisp on the outside, and warm and oozy on the inside, we took one bite and fell in love.
As a bonus, Terminal M has also launched a series of special bento sets for both dine-in and takeaway in conjunction with Ramadan. Starting from $11.80, you can choose from a range of value-for-money dishes like Kimchi Fried Rice ($12.80), Spicy Chicken Value Set ($15), and the Beef Bulgogi Value Set ($17).
Decorated in the style of an airport lounge, with a cool “departure board” that lets you know when your food is ready, Terminal M is a fun and great place to head to for delicious and halal-friendly meals!
Opening hours: Sun – Thurs & PH: 11am – 10pm (last order at 9.15pm); Friday, Sat & eve of PH: 11am – 1030pm (last order at 9.45pm)
65 Airport Boulevard, #B2-32 Changi Airport Terminal 3, 819663