Emirates Leisure Retail roars in to Changi Airport
Tiger Den adds to ELR's existing portfolio of outlets at Changi Airport including Pret a Manger, Kitchen by Wolfgang Puck and Hudsons Coffee
Emirates Leisure Retail (ELR), has expanded its growing footprint across Asia with the launch of Tiger Den at the new Terminal 4 in Singapore’s Changi Airport.
The new opening follows ELR’s expansion strategy into the Asian market, which is committed to elevating the travel experience and bringing world-class dining experiences to international and domestic air passengers. Tiger Den adds to ELR’s existing portfolio of outlets at Changi Airport including Pret a Manger, Kitchen by Wolfgang Puck and Hudsons Coffee.
Paying tribute to Tiger Beer’s strong street food heritage, the 150 square-metre venue serves the lager as well as locally inspired hawker-style dishes such as Chili Crab Bao Bun, Keema Nachos and Beef Yakitori skewers.
Commenting on the opening, Kevin Zajax, COO of ELR, said: “We are extremely proud to continue our partnership with Changi Airport Group and delighted in establishing a new partnership with Asia Pacific Breweries in the region. The launch of Tiger Den, as a global first, showcases ELR’s expansion commitments and continued growth.”
Teo Chew Hoon, Group Senior Vice President of the Airside Concessions Division at Changi Airport Group, said: “The opening of Tiger Den adds to the variety of dining experiences we offer our passengers at Changi Airport. Passengers will be delighted with Tiger Den’s extensive range of Tiger Beers served fresh from a custom-built draft beer system, and their locally-inspired food selection. We hope to bring a new experience through this partnership with Emirates Leisure Retail by showcasing an established brand that resonates with travellers and locals alike.”
Dubai-headquartered ELR manages and operates around 300 outlets, with 80 airport premises catering to hundreds of millions of passengers every year.