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Peranakan patisserie which also serves home-cooked food. Stepping into Chinta Manis is like being in a friend’s kitchen: the kuehs are handmade daily by the pastry chef who has worked for the Sultan of Brunei. Have a square of chendol kueh (90 cents to $1.10), though the bestseller is the dried mee siam, peculiar to Nyonya cuisine. The pastry chef is always experimenting; expect dark chocolate ondeh-ondeh next. For more Changi Aiport eats reviews, read here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/dining-guide/what-to-eat/the-best-eats-at-changi-airport-*aid-55723f00/
dried mee siam, chendol kueh, chilli prawn dumpling