Jones the Grocer has partnered with SSP Group to open an artisan café, pizzeria, bar and restaurant at Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 2.
The split-level duplex unit – located on level three – follows on from Jones the Grocer’s debut in the terminal’s lower level in October last year.
Covering over 6,600sq ft in T2 Departures, the outlet is close to the MRT and the Jewel Changi Airport Mall. It offers travellers a comfortable and memorable gourmet dining experience, according to the brand.
Jones the Grocer creates ‘foodie hub’
In the upper level, chefs prepare Jones the Grocer’s modern breakfast, lunch and dinner menus in a theatre kitchen, enabling travellers to see their food as it’s cooked.
At the island bar, which offers sweeping views of the terminal, passengers can enjoy small bites and handcrafted cocktails. Hand-thrown pizzas, baked in a traditional Italian pizza oven, are also available. In addition, a specially created retail zone features hand-picked gourmet food options.
SSP Asia Pacific Chief Executive Officer Jonathan Robinson commented: “With our partners at Changi Airport Group and Jones the Grocer International we have created something truly special here at Changi, and this foodie hub is already proving very popular with travellers in Singapore.
“This latest venture is the next step in our ambitious plans for our Asian business in Singapore and beyond. Asia is a region that offers considerable scope for expansion, and with our understanding of the global travelling consumer and our very strong local team, we are well placed to make the best of this opportunity.”
Jones the Grocer Chief Executive Officer Yunib Siddiqui noted: “It has been an exciting journey working alongside SSP to bring Jones the Grocer alive in this iconic duplex unit at Changi Airport’s Terminal 2.
“Grabbing a delicious quick bite or lingering upstairs over fantastic food and drink before checking in couldn’t be any easier. This opening also marks the first of many Jones stores and I look forward to introducing our fabulous food to travelling consumers across Asia.”