While most establishments under the Priority Pass programme are airport lounges, there are quite a number of restaurants and bars that have been added to the programme list. In Singapore Changi Terminal 2, TGM is one such example.

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TGM is actually a restaurant that serves up pretty decent Japanese and Korean cuisine. But during my many visits to the place, it seems that the majority of patrons are utilising their Priority Pass benefits at the outlet.

Simply present your Priority Pass card and boarding pass, and the staff will have you pick from a list of bento sets , including stir fry beef, sashimi and teriyaki chicken. The list is pretty extensive and the portions are filling, perfect if you wish to have a full meal before heading to another lounge before your flight.

There are more than enough seats available for customers, but if you are able to, I would advise you to pick one of the booths along the wall for more privacy and space.

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The kitchen has an open concept, allowing you to appreciate your meal being prepared by the chef.

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Green tea is provided with the bento set, but additional drinks are available too.

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During this visit, I had the teriyaki salmon bento set. As you can see, the portion is huge and perfect for those who are afraid that refreshments at the lounge may not be filling enough.

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On a separate visit, I decided to try the teriyaki chicken bento set, which was great as well.

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As the Priority Pass programme is constantly expanding, who knows if more restaurants and bars at Changi may be added to the list.

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