Looking for a Halal, group-friendly restaurant to dine at Jewel Changi Airport?

The halal-certified Commons is a family-friendly place that also caters to vegetarian guests.

Located right next to the picturesque HSBC Rain Vortex, Commons is an ideal venue for your next gathering with family and friends in between travels or just about any occasion.

As there are long tables and spacious seating available that can easily accommodate you and you company, Commons is recommended for guests who dine in groups, whether big or small.

You don’t have to worry about menu options and portion sizes as they have sharing platters.

Food selection is diverse as they specialise in specially crafted Asian-Fusion delights, from appetisers to desserts. And with its all-new, fully revamped menu just launched, you can expect more unique items to choose from.

Be ready to tease your palate with their signature dishes such as the locally-inspired Satay Chicken Griller. Go Thai-style with their Sticky Lamb Ribs, or try a fusion of Mexican and Asian flavours with the Lamb Wanton Tacos.

The crowd-fave Oven-Baked Chicken Thigh shouldn’t be missed, as well as classics like Double Truffle Fries and Spicy Prawn and Classic Hawaiian Pizza.

The Meat Feast ($65, serves 3-4 pax)
This chef-recommended dish serves a group of 3-4 diners offering assorted meats that will please any carnivore foodie.

The entire platter includes a bountiful spread of Sticky Lamb Ribs, Satay Chicken Griller, a succulent rib-eye steak, and Italian chicken sausages.

Worthy of mention is the Sticky Lamb Ribs ($38 full, $28 half if ordered ala carte). This sticky rendition of tender baby back lamb ribs is slow cooked for 8 hours, resulting in a smoky savoury flavour. Served with a finger-lickin’ good sweet and sticky sauce, with a mild spice level for a little bit of heat.

Also included is the Satay Chicken Griller ($18 if ordered ala carte). The chicken gets the nod of spicy food lovers, featuring a whole thigh grilled to precision. Adding a layer of flavour and aroma is a fragrant and nutty satay sauce you can dip into.

Complementing your feast fare are baked creamy Japanese sweet potato, roasted baby carrots, asparagus spears & vine tomatoes. Both a visual and gustatory stunner.



Commons Platter ($22, serves 3 – 4 pax)
Dining with your pals? Get the Commons Platter which can feed 3 really hungry diners or 4 with regular appetites.

Combining oozy and creamy cheddar cheese sticks, crispy breaded chicken cutlets, fries drizzled with nacho cheese & mayo, spicy prawn wanton tacos.

Everything is balanced out with a side of fresh salad to rest your palate in between tastings.

Sweet & Smoky Chicken Wings ($12)
Bring in the element of fun with these sweet & smoky chicken wings, the ultimate finger food for every party.

Each wing is coated with an irresistible honey Sriracha sauce that gives you the best of both worlds – sweet and spicy combined guaranteed to excite your taste buds.

Be ready to get messy though as the sauce is on the sticky side.

Lamb Wanton Tacos ($9)
Whet up your appetite with these starters, featuring pulled lamb meat and assorted salad veggies stuffed in wanton skin tacos.

A word of caution for those who have an aversion for spicy dishes as this appetiser is drizzled with Sriracha mayo, finished off with a dash a lime cutting through the creaminess of the dressing.

Soba Salad ($10, with Chicken Char Siew additional $2)
Add in a salad to your meal and get the Soba Salad with an optional Chicken Char Siew.

Joining the party are French beans, shiitake mushrooms, carrots & purple cabbage intermingling with a sweet-savoury honey soy dressing.

The cold soba noodles, cooked to the right texture, are the star of the dish.

Gula Melaka Banana Lopes ($12)
Moving on to the sweets… add in some local flavours to your sweet meal endings and get these delectable pandan-infused glutinous rice balls.

Their chewy goodness is complemented with some sweet, soft, caramelised banana slices and a drizzle of sweet gula melaka. Warning: sweetness overload up ahead.

Salted Caramel Waffle with Apple Berry Crisp ($16)
Here’s a sweet-salty combo to cap off your meal, combining a stack of crispy-edged and fluffy waffles blanketed with apples, berries and crumbly oats.

The rich salted caramel sauce is slathered all over, then finished off with a topping of Cookies & Cream ice cream.

Milo Beast ($8), Bandung Chin Chow ($6)
End your meal with a bang with this beast of a beverage. Drown your worries away in this all-time fave, pumped up with Milo powder for extra energy.

You get an iced chocolate drink served with a scoop of Milo-flavoured ice cream (yes!), then topped with a generous squeeze of luscious whipped cream dusted off with a sprinkling of Milo powder.

If not, quench your thirst with a refreshing Bandung Chin Chow, combining two favourite local drinks with the creaminess of rose syrup with milk and cooling grass jelly.

Commons Jewel Changi Airport X DFD Promo:
– Get 10% OFF total bill, applicable for ala carte/set menu items.
– Valid till 31st Jan 2020 for dine-in or takeaway.
– Flash this post and quote “DanielFoodDiary10” during payment to enjoy discount.

– Valid for one redemption per transaction only.

Commons @ Jewel Changi Airport
#B1-289/290 78 Airport Boulevard Jewel Changi Airport Singapore 819666
Tel: +65 6242 9542
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm (Mon – Sun)
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CommonsSG
Instagram: @CommonsSG

* This entry is brought to you in partnership with Commons.

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