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.
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.
Excellent food, sangria and ambience. They have live band and open mike session on Wednesdays. Visited last yr and they have maintained their standard at a more convenient locaiton. Spore expo.
We felt less homesick eating at Calle Real. We love the food and the relaxing ambiance. The staffs are friendly too. Perfect place for any occasions with family and friends.
Interesting ambiance with disco beats in the background. Sisig and luchon were great and reminded me of my time in the Philippines. The variety for buffet was not great
Tasty heartwarming filipino fusion food :) Underrated in my opinion, probably due to the location not alot of people know about this place, worth a try!
The lechon is very crispy. Sisig is flavorful but they do not use pig's ears so it is not the crunchy type. Beef caldereta is good, meat is tender and the gravy is sweet with a thick coconut taste. For dessert, the custard cream centred cake is soft and spongy but I personally find the custard cream to be too sweet.
The food is nicely prepared and I highly recommend Bulalo if you are looking for authentic Filipino taste. They also served good Australian wine. The only downside is they closed quite early and you cannot stay and chat for very long time.
Taste good and well prepared..can recommend all my friends..location easy.. and most is the service crew they are well trained and know to handle customers.good job comida fiesta keep it up.
We had buffet. The variety was too limited. Excluding white rice and dessert, there were only 4 dishes - 1 soup, 1 Spanish chicken, eggplant pancake and 1 porky dish cooked in pinkish curry like gravy. I was hoping to try a wider variety of Filipino / Spanish cuisine.
Food was great. Environment was cost. Service is Excellent! Staff was able to give good recommendation. The Milkfish dish was the best. Will definitely want to return again.
Colorful ambience! The rellenong bangus was big and a tad too sweet for my liking. The vegetable dish ordered was just like how they are served in the Philippines. Should try again!