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Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar

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Address: #01-03, Tanglin Post Office, 56 Tanglin Road, 247964

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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

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$25 based on 36 submissions
Brunch (17 votes), Breakfast (12 votes), Children/Family (8 votes)
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Decent Brunch Place Along The Fringes of Orchard Road

We were at Orchard Road running some errands one weekend morning and decided to drop by Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar for brunch since it was in the vicinity.

Nestled within Tanglin Post Office and just behind Swiss Butchery, Nassim Hill's parking is sorely limited. There is the option of "free" parking (< 10 lots) right in front of the eatery but it's park at your own risk (so scramble if you see a warden) or the tiny carpark at the basement of the building (~10 lots) that leaves you stranded on a steep slope should the barrier refuse to lift when the carpark is full. So take public transport if you can, or park somewhere else.

Once you sort out the transportation issues, getting a seat is relatively easy as there are plenty of tables around. The vibe is rather cafe-ish and the abundance of natural light streaming through the full length windows lent the place a certain cheerfulness.

Chilli Crab Pasta - The chilli crab pasta came in 2 portion sizes; half or full. We opted for the former as the plan was to have waffles (lots of carbohydrates!) as well. And I'm glad we did as the half portion was big enough to feed an average eater. Al dente spaghetti coupled with a relatively rich yet mildly sweet and spicy sauce that featured chunks of crab meat and garlic for that additional kick. Very decent in my humble opinion.

Nassim Hill Double Decker Burger - Nassim Hill's namesake burger wasn't impressive to say the least. Although it featured a double patty, both patties lacked a firm texture, a discernible beefy taste and relied on the seasoning and herbs to give it flavour (onion rings added a mild sweetness as well). The bread, all soft and slathered in mayonnaise, could do with time on the griddle whilst the accompanying shoestring fries were a tad hard but pretty decent. Average at best.   Due to word count limitations, see my full review and pictures here.
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• 09 Jul 2015 • 501 reviews • 68 followers

Decent Brunch Place Along The Fringes of Orchard Road

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We were at Orchard Road running some errands one weekend morning and decided to drop by Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar for brunch since it was in the vicinity.

Nestled within Tanglin Post Office and just behind Swiss Butchery, Nassim Hill's parking is sorely limited. There is the option of "free" parking (< 10 lots) right in front of the eatery but it's park at your own risk (so scramble if you see a warden) or the tiny carpark at the basement of the building (~10 lots) that leaves you stranded on a steep slope should the barrier refuse to lift when the carpark is full. So take public transport if you can, or park somewhere else.

Once you sort out the transportation issues, getting a seat is relatively easy as there are plenty of tables around. The vibe is rather cafe-ish and the abundance of natural light streaming through the full length windows lent the place a certain cheerfulness.

Chilli Crab Pasta - The chilli crab pasta came in 2 portion sizes; half or full. We opted for the former as the plan was to have waffles (lots of carbohydrates!) as well. And I'm glad we did as the half portion was big enough to feed an average eater. Al dente spaghetti coupled with a relatively rich yet mildly sweet and spicy sauce that featured chunks of crab meat and garlic for that additional kick. Very decent in my humble opinion.

Nassim Hill Double Decker Burger - Nassim Hill's namesake burger wasn't impressive to say the least. Although it featured a double patty, both patties lacked a firm texture, a discernible beefy taste and relied on the seasoning and herbs to give it flavour (onion rings added a mild sweetness as well). The bread, all soft and slathered in mayonnaise, could do with time on the griddle whilst the accompanying shoestring fries were a tad hard but pretty decent. Average at best.   Due to word count limitations, see my full review and pictures here.
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• 05 Jul 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Nice 1st time try

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Nice first time try for a weekday brunch. Their inhouse burger was a little small for me and didn't have to use fork-knife to eat, just two hand ala a Sausage McMuffin style of eating. Nevertheless, great vibe and atmosphere. Not too cramped. Reservations suggested and they do have larger tables for groups of 8-12 onwards. Went for Strongbow cider on tap which I like as a crisp refreshing drink vs. beer. Nice happy hour rates till 8pm. Try the sweet potato fries, they do come in a generous portion so it's good for sharing.
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• 28 Jun 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

overall good experience

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Overall good experience
But wondering if the beef patty in burger is meant to be abit tough and dry?
Chili crab pasta somehow isn't chili crab enough? Then again it might be just a matter of preference. Good service and ambience though. Will go back to try the other dishes again.
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