The boy and I would head to Changi Village for supper once in a while, but on very rare occasions, we would pop by for lunch at the famous chicken rice place opposite Cheers. Besides Hainanese chicken, they also serve a variety of side dishes like kailan, beansprouts and fried fritters. One of the better quality chicken rice in Singapore, with the only downside being the annoying houseflies that will buzz around your legs and table as you eat. That, and no aircon, which probably makes it a better location for dinner than lunch.
Includes free flow of soup (on occasion you'll get peanut soup!) which you can help yourself to, from a common pot. I normally order either a cold chestnut or lime juice to go with my meal.
Beansprouts in soya sauce, topped with fried ikan bilis and chopped chillies.
Fried cuttlefish paste dough fritters is one of my favourite foods, but sometimes these are over-fried till they're a tad too hard and oily. With sesame seeds and mayonaise for dipping.
After our meal, we'll take a leisurely drive to town via Changi Coast Road, with the airport to our right and the sea to our left :)