Priority Pass adds Asian Street Kitchen & Wolfgang Puck at Changi Airport

Priority Pass members now enjoy a S$33.50 F&B credit at Asian Street Kitchen or The Kitchen by Wolfgang Puck, the first restaurants to offer such an amenity here.

Priority Pass members departing from Changi Airport will now be able to enjoy more dining options, with the addition of Asian Street Kitchen (T2) and The Kitchen By Wolfgang Puck (T3)

Members will receive a S$33.50 credit for food and beverage, the first time such an arrangement has been made available at Changi (the existing restaurant tie-ups offer set meals, not credits). Those with a guest allowance can enjoy double the amount- assuming they have a guest to bring!

For the moment, this is a Priority Pass & LoungeKey exclusive; there is no access for Dragon Pass members.

Asian Street Kitchen & Wolfgang Puck join Priority Pass

Asian Street Kitchen at DXB Airport

Asian Street Kitchen is a concept by Emirates Leisure Retail, described as follows:

Asian Street Kitchen (ASK) is a street food collective housing a colourful mash-up of various Asian cuisines rolled into one dynamic location at Changi Airport. Distinct and downright delicious, these Asian flavours offer the weary traveller an authentic taste of the East.

As the name suggests, food offerings include items like ramen and dumplings, naan and curries, ayam penyet, Vietnamese pho, Korean bingsu and Malaysian kuehs. Also available are locally-crafted beers from RedDot BrewHouse. 

Asian Street Kitchen is located at Changi Airport T2, after immigration on the level 2 departures concourse. It’s behind the giant Cosmetics Perfumes by Shilla store, nestled into the Gourmet Garden.

Opening hours are from 6 a.m to 1 a.m daily. Some photos and a copy of the menu are available here. 

The Kitchen by Wolfgang Puck has long been a feature at Terminal 3, where you’ll find it after immigration on the level 2 departures concourse. It’s near the Pret A Manger outlet and TV lounge.

Mains here are around the S$20-30 mark, so your credit should be enough to get by. The full menu can be found here. Beware though, because the Google reviews are rather dire!

Opening hours are also from 6 a.m to 1 a.m daily.

What do Priority Pass members enjoy?

Priority Pass members can redeem a single lounge visit entitlement for a S$33.50 credit, valid for food and drinks.

If your Priority Pass comes with a guest allowance, you will be able to enjoy the credit for both yourself and the guest, i.e. S$67 total. Do note this requires you to present two boarding passes- you can’t double your credit if you’re travelling alone!

Priority Pass members can redeem dining credits at Asian Street Kitchen and/or The Kitchen by Wolfgang Puck a maximum of once per 24-hour period (so either yourself, or yourself and a guest, every 24 hours).

While Priority Pass already has other restaurants at Changi, what makes Asian Street Kitchen and Wolfgang Puck unique is that you’re given a dining credit, instead of a set meal. This lets you choose exactly what you want to eat and drink, with no need to adhere to a fixed menu. 

Which other restaurants are on Priority Pass?

Crystal Jade Go, Changi Terminal 4

In addition to Asian Street Kitchen and The Kitchen by Wolfgang Puck, Priority Pass members can also use their visit entitlement at other restaurants around Changi Airport. 

Terminal 1
  • Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao
  • Terrace Chinese Kitchen
Terminal 2
  • Chutney Mary Indian Fast Food
  • Kaveri Indian Vegetarian
  • TGM
Terminal 3
  • Kaveri Express Indian Vegetarian
Terminal 4
  • Crystal Jade Go

However, these restaurants offer set menus, so you can’t pick and choose exactly what you like. 

Each restaurant limits you to a single redemption per 24-hour period, but assuming your Priority Pass membership has unlimited visits, there’s nothing stopping you from restaurant hopping. 

Which cards offer Priority Pass?

Priority Pass memberships are offered by numerous credit cards, with the following visit entitlements:

Credit CardFree Visits
(Per Year)
AMEX HighFlyer Card2N/A
Citi PremierMiles Card2*N/A
DBS Altitude Visa2N/A
StanChart Journey Card2N/A
Maybank Visa Infinite4N/A
StanChart Visa Infinite6N/A
DBS Vantage10N/A
StanChart Priority Banking Visa Infinite12^N/A
Citi PrestigeUnlimited + 1 guestN/A
AMEX Platinum Charge
Unlimited +1 guestUnlimited +1 guest@
*Allowance follows calendar year instead of membership year
^With min. AUM S$200K. If AUM falls under S$200K, then two visits
@ For first supplementary card only

If you’re holding an American Express card, do note that Priority Pass memberships issued by these cards do not cover so-called “non-lounge experiences”, such as restaurants and spas. Refer to your Amex Experiences app for the full list of lounges you can visit.

Other unique Priority Pass experiences

I recently wrote a post (full disclosure: sponsored) on some of the more unusual experiences you can redeem with your Priority Pass. This includes spas, an onsen-style pool with a tarmac view, a video game lounge, capsule hotels, sleep pods and more.

10 things you didn’t know your Priority Pass could do


Priority Pass members can now enjoy a S$33.50 dining credit at Asian Street Kitchen and The Kitchen by Wolfgang Puck.

While I have no idea how good the food is here, I do appreciate the additional flexibility offered by a dining credit. Hopefully there’ll be more establishments to come soon.

Have you been to Asian Street Kitchen or The Kitchen by Wolfgang Puck? How’s the food?

(HT: Dennison)

Aaron Wong
Aaron Wong
Aaron founded The Milelion to help people travel better for less and impress chiobu. He was 50% successful.

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So if I want to get a meal from these places, I cant use my Amex charge PP, i may need to bring my Citi Prestige PP physical card?


with so many credit card giving priority pass lounge, do I get more than 2 passes if I have multiple credit cards? Or this is still tag to one Priorty Pass membership per customer regardless of credit card


Do you show them your PP app/number for redemption or is there a voucher from PP given out?


Hey Aaron, does redeeming the meals count as visit entitlement even if I never go to the lounge? How does that work?



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