I closed the year 2014 with a trip to Singapore on the New Year's Eve, and what a blast it was celebrating the new year and watching magnificent fireworks display at the Marina Bay Sands. The only qualm that i have, and also as a reminder to me in the future is try to be near as possible to the MRT Station and to watch the fireworks from there as it was quiet a chaotic scene once thousands of spectators dispersed the countdown area at the same time and the police had set up barricades to block the way and channelling the traffic into few confined spaces...it was an utter hell being stucked for hours and crammed with each other just to get to the MRT stations!
Anyway, lets talk about food. In Singapore there are limitless culinary options and not a problem to find halal eateries across the island and also in its main airport, Changi. One of the halal restaurant that you can try is Pappa Mia, located in Terminal 1, Departure level. From the selections of delicacies served here, i can say that this restaurant is intended to be "kopitiam like" with selections of mainly local and fusion dishes. The prices are friendly to your wallet as well.
Lets look at the menu, it's quiet extensive thus can suit to every tastebuds.
What i ordered:
Calamansi Juice-very refreshing, with nice blend of tangy-soury-sweet taste
Beef Brisket Noodle-large chunks of briskets which fell of the bone tender. Love the fact that they managed to balance the saltiness of this dish as i despised overly pouring salty taste usually apparent in dishes with soy sauce. You can choose the type of noodle as well.
The staffs were all friendly and readily available to serve you, as always with the general populations of Singapore, their services are generally top notch! With affordable pricing, friendly service, comfortable seating and tasty dishes, this restaurant is a must try halal restaurant whenever you chance to be in Changi Airport. Cheers-Kay2015