Tue - Sat: 08:00 - 23:00
Sun: 08:00 - 22:00
Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar is this spacious and welcoming destination where one can feel right at home having a breezy brunch with the family or savouring drinks and late night dinner after work with friends.
Taking centre stage is an enormous counter that seats up to 20 inspired by what one might find in a medieval tavern but given a generous contemporary twist with the use of black marble. In a bid to encourage a convivial environment, customers are welcome to share dining space and mingle at this communal table as well as tap their own beers upon ordering.
Customers will be beckoned by an intoxicating aroma of daily-baked fresh artisanal breads and pastries as soon as they step in. The hearty Guinness Stout bread is truly a unique beer- infused bread in Singapore. This dark bread carries the beer’s distinctive caramel aftertaste while maintaining a sense of lightness in texture. You won’t be able to stop at just one slice!
An ideal destination for all day cocktails and evening drinks and revelry, Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar also serves a wide range of quality alcoholic beverages and has the longest Happy Hour in town from 8am to 8pm. Besides Strongbow Apple Ciders, Heineken and Erdinger on draught, guests can also look forward to a range of signature drinks which include: Wicked Calamansi Sour, Yuzu Breeze, Raspberry Lychee Ice Tea, Dirty Sriracha Bloody Mary and Summer Sangria for groups.
Full review HERE
Food was very average (although the sweet potato fries were not bad). We went on ladies night and had free free-flow champagne, which was a nice pleasant surprise. We probably wouldn't go out of our way to go back again, but it was okay. One for one with Entertainer!
Food is good, value for money. Personnel extremely friendly (except one guy, who forgot to say things like "please, etc.". They could install some sound breaker on the ceiling, to reduce at least part of the noise. The place has an open kitchen and glass windows, so the noise spirals up and you find yourself screaming to talk to your friends.
This is usually popular at brunch but dinner time was quite packed as well.
We started with a Caesar salad, which was okay though not very exciting. I liked the addition of the chopped walnuts and beets, and the dressing was not overly oily or tart, which was nice.
We also had the lamb chops and I throughly enjoyed the dish, especially the mash potato with spinach.
Service was very good. When a server spilled a little of our drink, they immediately changed the glass. Also, when my wife brought to their attention that her two jumbo prawns were undercooked, they replaced the entire dish rather than just sear the prawns for a couple more minutes. The pasta was nicely al dente and the sauce was delicious and rather rich without being overpowering.
The nutella filled madelines were rather dry, but we enjoyed the banana waffles with vanilla ice cream. We had a glass each of chardonnay and sauvignon, and both were nice though a little young.
If you park in B1, the lift brings you to the back door where the beer kegs etc are stored. Just walk through and head to the front.Singapore.html#