As the name suggests ('aria' is defined as a striking solo performance), the Mardi Gras-inspired space is where you'll witness outstanding originals. Serving up a selection of light Asian-inspired dishes, Aria preps their guests well before you seize the stage.
The open air of Changi and other areas of Singapore’s eastern tip draw out many creative types looking for an escape from the suffocating city. ARIA embraces this, offering a hub where like-minded musicians, artists and creative foodies can mingle and share.
Overall, value for money for the quality and portion. They have a great ambience and decoration, they open till late on Saturdays and even have open mic nights and a live band on weekdays! Yay to more cafes in the East!
I would never thought of linking redang with with pasta would taste so good... They have live bands too, the place is very artistic, ambience suitable for a weekday night chill out. As a easterner, nothing like this nearby.
Service at Aria (Cafe) is outstanding. The primarily Malay and Chinese (all Singaporean) staff here are friendly and chill, and will go around and speak to diners, as well as enquire for feedback on your experience here. You can even engage the pastry chef or baristas in conversation!
Music, street art, affordable and cheerful food (and a mish-mash of chairs) collide at Aria, a hotbed for creative talent to percolate. The just-opened cafe is at the new campus of the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD).