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In the Changi district, down by the airport, you can find a cuisine lesser spotted in the culinary melting pot of Singapore. Filipino cuisine is as mixed up as any in the city: they use in Asian influences and ingredients, but also take in huge influences from the former colonial power, Spain, who left tapas as an idea when they departed. Head to Singapore Expo and taste a little of it at Comida Fiesta Restaurant.
Comida Fiesta serves Spanish-Inspired Authentic Filipino Cuisine and we order the popular kare-kare .
Service was very good. Food wasn't too bad but some improvement needed on the somewhat dry lechon.
Delicious filippino food at decent portions. Food was served quite quickly.
Eating in Singapore is always fun, and the discerning diners of the city have one of the most diverse palates around. From the Racecourse Road curry houses to the Singapore-slinging sophistication of Raffles Place, from Chinatown noodle shops to the innumerable hawker centres, there is always something to satisfy, and down by the Singapore Expo in front of Hall 4, you can experience a taste of Manila in the Spanish-Filipino Fusion cuisine at Comida Fiesta. The food on offer at Comida Fiesta Restaurant is replete with the favourites of Filipino cuisine, and their address – at the Singapore Expo, near Changi Business Park and Singapore Changi airport – is perfect. If you choose to head over for a meal, then you’ll be inundated with Filipino favourites: just remember to book a table ahead of time, as they can get very busy.