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Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar

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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.

Tue - Sat: 08:00 - 23:00

Sun: 08:00 - 22:00

Closed: Mon

+65 68351128
$24 based on 32 submissions
Brunch (15 votes), Breakfast (11 votes), Children/Family (7 votes)
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Decent restaurant hidden behind Tanglin Post Office

I never knew this place was here till my wife took me last weekend. She goes there with her friends and likes it so I wanted to give it a try. It's at the back side of the Tanglin Post Office behind the Swiss Butchery, so if you didn't know it was there, you wouldn't know it was there. The place was pretty hopping on the Saturday afternoon that we were there, but we had no trouble getting a table and the staff were friendly. They a nice selection of brunch options on the menu. I tried their reuben, which my wife recommended, and the bacon waffles. Both were good, though for the reuben, I'd prefer the more traditional preparation with slightly thinner, toasted bread. Their Guiness stout bread is really good, though. It just tasted a bit spongey for me as part of the reuben. The meat and fillng were really nice, though. The waffle was also tasty, though a bit hard to cut with an ordinary knife since the bacon bits are actually mixed into the waffle. Their coffees were also nice and came with a nice little biscuit on the side. I would definitely go back and look forward to trying more items on their menu.

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  • Hearty scrambled eggs1 vote
  • almond french toast1 vote
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• 27 May 2015 • 33 reviews • 0 follower

Decent restaurant hidden behind Tanglin Post Office

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I never knew this place was here till my wife took me last weekend. She goes there with her friends and likes it so I wanted to give it a try. It's at the back side of the Tanglin Post Office behind the Swiss Butchery, so if you didn't know it was there, you wouldn't know it was there. The place was pretty hopping on the Saturday afternoon that we were there, but we had no trouble getting a table and the staff were friendly. They a nice selection of brunch options on the menu. I tried their reuben, which my wife recommended, and the bacon waffles. Both were good, though for the reuben, I'd prefer the more traditional preparation with slightly thinner, toasted bread. Their Guiness stout bread is really good, though. It just tasted a bit spongey for me as part of the reuben. The meat and fillng were really nice, though. The waffle was also tasty, though a bit hard to cut with an ordinary knife since the bacon bits are actually mixed into the waffle. Their coffees were also nice and came with a nice little biscuit on the side. I would definitely go back and look forward to trying more items on their menu.
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• 04 Jan 2015 • 272 reviews • 1 follower

Great Place to Chill

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See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2015/01/04/pleasant-dinner-chat-nassim-hill-bakery-on-1jan2015/

wife, son & i went to have a drink & some makan at nassim hill bakery on 1.1.2015. :-) earlier we had a homecooked 20pax family new year day lunch. i was full & we had some leftover food. wife ordered crab spaghetti arrabiata (spicy tomatoes) & bruschetta & a drink. i did not take any. iced water was free so we had 3 water. spicy crab spaghetti was very good, same as what we had last time on 5.10.2014 but w/o the 1 for 1 discounts. there were lots of crab meat & a good arrabiata (spicy tomatoes) sauce. wife liked the bruschetta with melted cheese, cherry tomatoes, parsley (or basil) & good bread. we can make this at home. this a good place to chill, not cramped & crowded like assembly coffee, and parking was free. we had nice, relax chat & good time together.
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• 07 Dec 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

A little slice of heaven

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So many cool cafes popping up in Singapore nowadays, but this place is a little gem. My friend recommended me the bacon and cheese waffles... sounds counter-intuitive, but they certainly did not disappoint! The waffles were just the right combination of crispy outside, with specks of browned cheese, and chewy on the inside. Topped with copious lashings of maple syrup (it WAS sunday brunch after all!) it made for an indulgent treat to be washed down with their amazing coffee. The hot chocolate was lackluster though, watery and thin. Maybe that's why the server said he didn't know how good it was. hmmm. 

Go before 10:30am on a weekend if you want a quiet morning... after that it gets crowded fast.
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