Noyah la Maison

65 Airport Boulevard, Changi Airport, Terminal 3 (North, Singapore 819663 #B2-40/40A


$10 · Halal Certified · Restaurant · BBQ · Singaporean · Chinese · Seafood · Vegetarian · Malay · Healthy · Beef · Dessert · Chicken · Beverages · Asian

Monday: 8:00 am – 9:30 pm Tuesday: 8:00 am – 9:30 pm Wednesday: 8:00 am – 9:30 pm Thursday: 8:00 am – 9:30 pm Friday: 8:00 am – 9:30 pm Saturday: 8:00 am – 9:30 pm Sunday: 8:00 am – 9:30 pm

Reviews on Google (4.4/5.0)

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Angela Tan

Rated 5.0/5.0 4 months ago

Newly open at Changi airport terminal 3 basement 2, taking over the previous Tai Chong shop space, I found a asian peranakan fusion eatery. It newly open in Dec. And they also have interesting food and tarts and cakes. What is most aurprisung is the very pocket friendly price tag and mind u this is a restaurant in the airport. Everyone who walks by merely look as it is not a franchise where many knows what dishes they serve. But we took the leap of faith and are surprised with the flavour. Laksa is interesting, not very spicy but yet the taste is rich and flavourful. Noyah laksa $9.90. Second pic shows Mee pok carbonara $10.90 . I finished everything. It says it all. Third pic is salted egg mayo croissant. Taste is balanced. But it did not bring much surprises compared to the other two dishes. Drinks were also interesting. Yakult calamansi w green tea. Sour and sweet tinge goes very well with the food as it cleans your palette n ready for the next dish. I bought more pastry back home n loving the carrot cake with lemongrass frosting and mixed nuts tarts. They are good! Thanks to the service team and chefs.

Christopher Ong

Rated 4.0/5.0 a month ago

They are having a promotional breakfast set that costs $6.90 for a main and a drink. I was expecting the portion to be small and so I ordered the salted egg mayo croissant as a second main. But boy, was I very wrong. The portions are decent for an individual. The food tastes good too, and I especially love the achar like salad that comes with the croissant - it helps to get the appetite going. The laksa gravy is rich, which probably explains why they pair it with yellow noodles. It would have been better if they serve traditional Southeast Asian type of coffee instead of cappuccino or lattes. Overall, it's still an enjoyable dining experience. 👍

Javier Lim

Rated 5.0/5.0 2 weeks ago

We tried: 🍜Noyah Mee Siam $9.90: Good portion of vermicelli, beansprouts, beancurd, fish cakes, full egg and even de-shelled prawns in good size. Love the gravy which was at the right spiciness and fragrant. Added lime for extra kick. 👍 🍝Chilli Garam Prawn Pasta $11.90: Nice plate of goodness with fusion twist. Prawns were fresh and thoughtfully de-shelled. Packed with kick! 🍛Beef Rendang Rice bowl $10.90: Flavourful minced beef and blue pea rice was fragrant and fluffy. Achar was pleasant too. 🎂Ondeh Ondeh cake $8.90 @noyahlamaison is definitely a good spot for travellers visiting or leaving for a trip, or even just swinging by Changi Airport for authentic/fusion Noyah food at wallet friendly price!

Kah Ooi Tan

Rated 4.0/5.0 a month ago

Went back to try the Mee siam and Assam Seafood Rice Bowl. Both sauces are thick and rich but not starchy. The big prawns are deshelled, leaving the heads which is a nice touch. Like the achar and pickled pineapple. The yakult cala tea is not as sour as I thought. Quite refreshing. Quirky place with a quirky menu. The gravy for the Curry Chicken Noodle is thick and lemak. The chicken is well cooked and well marinated. Fall off the bone soft but not disintegrating. The potato is undercooked with some crunchiness and taste of raw potato. Colleagues ordered the beef rendang. Minced beef? One liked it. The other didn't. The Assam Seafood Rice took the longest to be ready. The rest of the table has finished before it was served. Probably wait a while for the operations to stabilise before I come back to try the other food. They also have Zero Degree Gelato just next door.

MH & El

Rated 5.0/5.0 2 months ago

Not travelling for the time being but ended up at Changi Airport cos wanderlust be living rent-free in my head~🤣✈️ If you need a fuss-free, budget-friendly meal before your flight, Noyah La Maison @noyahlamaison is worth checking out for its Pernanakan-inspired cuisine!⁣ ⁣ If it's your first time trying, go for their Kari Chicken Rice Bowl! Nothing hits the spot more than tender chicken chunks in mildly spiced & rich gravy with the intense fragrance of the curry leaves coming through! Would have preferred the potatoes to be cooked longer for a softer texture and to absorb the flavours from the gravy, but overall a hearty dish that goes well with the blue pea rice! ⁣ ⁣ We enjoyed the Noyah Mee Siam too! Felt that the assam gravy makes or breaks a good bowl of mee siam, and theirs has the right level of sweetness to balance out the tangy punch that kept us slurping on the bee hoon. Also comes with the usual suspects of boiled egg, bean sprouts and fried tau pok on the side to complement the dish.⁣ ⁣ Also, Yakult and calamansi apparently taste REALLY GOOD together?! Gonna sound like a suaku, but the Yakult Cala Tea turned out to be very refreshing!⁣ .⁣ 📍 Address: Changi Airport Terminal 3 B2-40, B2 North 40A, 819663


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