Cosford Container Park – Singapore’s Biggest Outdoor F&B Container Park Opens in Changi


Changi has just gotten a little more exciting.

Cosford Container Park, Singapore’s largest outdoor F&B container park, has opened its doors to the public on 29 January 2024. Located at 30 Cosford Road in the middle of Changi, Cosford Container Park covers over 35,000 square feet and has more than 340 indoor and outdoor chairs for eating. Outdoor sports screens and live music on the stage, a rooftop bar and more make this venue ideal for any event or celebration, and visitors of all ages are sure to have a memorable and exciting time.

Cosford Road becomes a place to hunt for good food.

Cosford Container Park, created by Tee Tree Investments Pte Ltd, is an innovative take on a traditional food court that serves as an all-in-one destination. Throughout the year, Cosford Container Park will inject a vibrant, celebratory atmosphere with its food and drink choices, vibrant spaces, entertainment and other surprises.

Serving Beyond Ordinary Culinary Flavour

Among the more than a dozen vendors at Cosford Container Park you can find Hello Butter Chicken, an Indian restaurant run by Michelin-starred chef Manjunath Mural, and Cluny & LUK’ERS, a Peranakan joint that serves a hearty bowl of laksa, prawn noodles, and mee rebus in the morning and delicious local-style breakfasts in the afternoon in collaboration with Nyonyas & Gentlemen Restaurant. After dark, Cluny becomes LUK’ERS, a vibrant bar serving a variety of energising cocktails, beers, and more.

Vibrant colours add to the overall good vibe.

Boon Tat Street Seafood, The Singapore Blue Lobster, Let’s BBQ Club, and The Slice House are some of the new additions to the food and drink offerings. These establishments provide unique menus that range from grilled seafood and savoury skewers to succulent wood-smoked meat, making them ideal for any kind of celebration.

Cluny & LUK’ERS’ prawn noodles.

At Cosford Container Park, you may take a culinary journey throughout the globe. Indulge in the crunchy goodness of Korean fried chicken at Eat That Chicken or savour the hearty Japanese cuisine at Ishiro and enjoy sushi, donburi, and curry rice. At Streets of Bangkok, you can get your taste of real Thai cuisine, including dishes like charcoal-grilled specialties and boat noodles.

Creamy Duck is another joint making a splash in this exciting new spot, so you might want to check it out. Indulge in their mouth-watering, throwback menu items that will transport you to a bygone era: freshly baked waffles topped with your favourite ice cream flavours. Be sure to try the exclusive items, such as the Cookie in a Pan with ice cream and a variety of delicious milkshakes. Tarts Man is well-known for its artisanal bite-sized tarts, which are made by hand and come in both hot and cold types.

Featuring Communal Spaces for Entertainment and Relaxation

Cosford Container Park is more than just a food court; it’s a one-stop-shop where everyone can unwind and have fun. Guests are welcome to stroll around the open communal areas while taking in the breathtaking views of Changi Airport’s landing strip at the rooftop bar School of Cambridge and other photogenic spots.

A cocktail drink with vodka served in School of Cambridge.

Enjoy a day full of excitement at Cosford Container Park, where JJ Games offers a wide selection of games, live performances, sports broadcasts, and more. Indulge in mouth-watering cuisine and refreshing beverages while taking in the breathtaking scenery of Changi Airport’s runways. On top of that, every day from 5 to 11 in the evening, there is a complimentary shuttle service that will transport you directly to the park from Upper Changi Road North.

Discover more than just delicious cuisine at Cosford Container Park, the newest eastern hotspot that offers fun for all ages, including families, couples and young people.

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Marky is a travel writer and photographer. He narrates his experiences wandering the tropical paradise of the Philippines, South East Asia, Sri Lanka and India on his travel blog Nomadic Experiences.

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