Probably Singaporeā€™s first restaurant specialising in Borneo cuisine, @kantinjewel gets an unequivocal thumbs up from me. Situated on the picturesque, skylit top floor of Changi Jewel amidst a cluster of other bars and restaurants, this establishment serves full-flavoured dishes that though not wholly authentic, will definitely pique your palate with their fulsome fusion flavours.
The verdant green fried rice was suffused with the aroma of herbs and wok hei, and topped with addictive crispy fried tapioca leaves. Also impressive were the golden nuggets of crunchy deep-fried cauliflower that proved to be quite popular around the table.