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Emirates Leisure Retail (ELR) has officially opened ‘Tiger Den’ at Singapore Changi Airport’s brand new Terminal 4.

The dynamic bar, inspired by the energy and excitement of Singapore’s iconic Tiger Beer, invites passengers to uncage their courageous spirit as the Tiger Den serves up this unmistakable beer with ‘bite’.

The menu offers a range of tempting street-food-style bites with signature dishes such as Chili Crab Bao Bun, Keema Nachos and Beef Yakitori skewers, offering a variety of flavours for passengers, as well as a largevariety of Singapore’s national Tiger Beer and refreshing cocktails.

It claims that passengers against the clock and looking for speedy service will not be disappointed, as Tiger Den is positioned adjacent to the departure gates for easy access, and offers an express menu, guaranteeing that all food will be served within ten minutes.

Even better, it says, for those that cannot hang around, Tiger Den offers a takeaway service. 

Kevin Zajax, COO of ELR, said: “We are delighted to introduce Tiger Den exclusively to Changi Airport as a global first concept.

“After the success of Pret a Manger, Kitchen by Wolfgang Puck and Hudsons Coffee in Terminal 3, we’re confident that Tiger Den will be a much-loved addition to Changi Airport.”

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While Teo Chew Hoon, Changi Airport Group’s senior vice president for airside concessions, said: “The opening of Tiger Den adds to the variety of dining experiences we offer our passengers at Changi Airport.

“Passengers will be delighted with Tiger Den’s extensive range of Tiger Beers served fresh from a custom-built draft beer system, and their locally-inspired food selection.

“We hope to bring a new experience through this partnership with Emirates Leisure Retail by showcasing an established brand that resonates with travellers and locals alike.”

Tiger Den has been designed around the extensive use of raw and industrial materials, with furniture made from attractive reclaimed steel and timber.

The outlet features hand-painted artwork throughout with a one-off piece created by local Singaporean street artist, Kit .

Other artwork incorporates elements of both Dubai and Singapore, painted using ‘Air Ink’, a unique type of ink made entirely from the city’s air pollution to highlight the struggles with pollution faced by all major cities across the world.

Dubai-headquartered ELR manages and operates more than 300 outlets, with 80 airport premises across 13 Domestic and International airports, catering to hundreds of millions of passengers every year. 


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