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Swensen's (Changi Airport Terminal 2)

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Swensen's has developed over the years to become a restaurant chain offering not only ice cream, but fun and friendly casual-dining with a wide selection of hearty food, desserts, beverages, ice cream cakes and takeaway novelties.

Daily: 24 Hours

+65 65428219
$20 based on 23 submissions
Large Groups/Gathering (10 votes), Children/Family (8 votes), Dinner (8 votes)
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All-Time Fav family spot

It was always a safe bet. Food has so far been good. Service was ok, but I figured they are probably understaffed and the crowd here can be crazy. The last time we went, we had the baked spaghetti bolognaise and the walnut rocky road. The spaghetti bolognaise was generously filled with meat, not including the compact meatballs that top it. Very filling. Overall, a lil pricey, but it's ok for occasional dine-out and a perk-me-up past midnight!

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  • White Chocolate Blondie(tho iv never tried)2 votes
  • american hearty breakfast2 votes
  • Breaded Chicken Meuniere1 vote
  • Sticky Rocky Road thingy1 vote
  • Walnut Rocky Road1 vote
  • breaded chicken1 vote
  • chicken curry bake rice1 vote
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• 26 Oct 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

I was surprised!

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I didn't want to believe it and it's been a while since I've been to the outlet at Changi Airport and I must say it's the worst that I have ever been to! yes you are super busy but what happened to the service? and we are bring charged 10% for service charge? not worth the wait and not wait the time! Please bark up on your service and their attitudes especially the local workers. unfortunately the FT there gave much better service and that is what saved your butt! !!
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• 12 Jul 2014 • 1 review • 1 follower

Sour Faces, Cold Food

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Went at 8.30am on a Saturday. My, one would think that when operating at 5% full capicity, service would be more pleasant and food done properly Nope, no such luck. Some woman in a tie sullenly brought us to our booth table (which had a broken back rest) and we had to get our own child seat. Someone else took our order - not as sour-pussed but not pleasant either. Breakfast came. Even Elsa of Aerindale wouldn't have made the food so cold. Cold stale waffles isn't my idea of a "restaurant" breakfast. Worst breakfast. Ever. Will never recommend this place to eat. Ever.
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• 11 Mar 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

STALE RICE and SLOW SERVICE. DON'T GO.

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I like to lodge a formal complaint against the food in Changi Airport T2 Swensens. I was there on Sunday 9 March evening table 16. I was with my family of 7 people. We ordered 3 baked rice, of which the rice was STALE. Yes, it smells like food that has turned bad despite the thick curry gravy. The manager acknowledged and asked us to change our orders. I waited more than 45 minutes for my order and I cancelled as I was no longer hungry. My father waited almost 1 hr for his food, and he was famished by 830pm.   This whole experience just shows the food quality and the slow service. I am utterly disappointed and contemplated giving a negative review to anybody who even think of going to Swensens. 
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