Tai Hing Roast Restaurant 20/09/2011 Cantonese, Changi, Restaurant 2 Comments With over 60 outlets across Hong Kong and China, Tai Hing has now landed on sunny island Singapore. I love the airport. Even if I’m not jetting off, I wouldn’t mind being at the airport for just a meal or to have a whiff of the air there. The location caters to an international but limited group of audience, so locals, if you’re a fan, pray that Tai Hing would open an outlet in town or something. I like milk teas served this way – cold, minus the dilution from melted ice. The original taste is preserved and guess what, Tai Hing was the very first restaurant to introduce this concept back in 2003. Roasted using Tai Hing’s self-developed oven, the pork has indeed the crispiest skin despite being left in the air-con for some time. Signature ‘Supreme Char Siu‘, and it didn’t disappoint. Large, juicy but not fatty. Tai Hing positions itself as a middle to high level premium Hong Kong-style restaurant in Singapore. Tai Hing Roast Restaurant #026-109, Transit Departure Hall, Changi Airport Terminal 2 60 Airport Boulevard, Singapore 819643 (Nearest MRT: Changi Airport) (+65) 6214 3603 Mon – Sun: 24 hours Website Food7 Ambience6.5 Value7.5 Service6.5 6.9Overall Score 2 Responses Nigel Yeo September 23rd, 2011 Hellooo, love your blog, the pictures and all! Linked you up in my blog alr too, hope we get to meet up over a meal again some time soon!(: Reply Anonymous September 25th, 2011 why does it have to be behind the departure lounge =\ Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.