Nassim Hill (Tanglin)

2338 Wishlisted
~$30/pax
With its late night dinner and bar bites offerings and very comprehensive drinks menu, Nassim Hill, nestled in the Tanglin Post Office building, brings new energy and excitement to the downtown dining and bar scene. With its extensive drinks list that includes a variety of beers on tap, wines, whiskies, boutique malts, champagnes, spirits, liquors and cocktails, Nassim Hill becomes the perfect spot for the ultimate pairing between great cuisine and drinks. Taking centre stage is an enormous marble counter that seats up to 20 something one might find in a medieval tavern. Customers in Nassim Hill are encouraged to share dining space and mingle at the counter and the communal tables, and tap their own draught beers at the end of the counter, where the taps are located. The bar also serves its unique all-day signature cocktails such as Yuzu Breeze or Dirty Sriracha Bloody Mary and has the longest happy hour in town for draught beer pints from 9 am to 9 pm. The bistro is also well known for its famed malt-flavored Stout beer bread, used in their signature Hot Reuben sandwich. Taking a spin on classic dishes, the bistro also offers Spicy Eggs Benedict and Chili Crab pasta as well as healthier alternatives such as their generously sized Detox Salad, The Nutty Bird and Asian Chicken salads. All eggs used are antibiotic and hormone free. If you are interested in holding your event, birthday or wedding at Nassim Hill, please contact [email protected]

56 Tanglin Road
#01-03 Tanglin Post Office
Singapore 247964

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Tuesday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
Closed

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the latte tasted like bitter milk & super watered down but the donut was so filled!

With both an alfresco rooftop area and an indoor air-conditioned space, you can enjoy your brunch at your desired spot while admiring the lush greenery and surrounding.

If you have been to Nassim Hill previously, you will probably know that they serve quality mains, artisanal bakes and delightful desserts. During the media tasting, we were treated to a spread of food that includes the Brussels Sprouts ($10) which were done so well that there is just a slight hint of the bitterness, while the sesame seeds and sea salt helped to balance the flavours, and Skillet Eggs ($21) that pays homage to the shakshouka with two sunny side-up eggs in a red pepper harissa ragout cooked with huge cuts of Spanish chorizo sausages, served with slices of baguette.

The other two dishes that were equally delicious were the Truffle Portobello Panini ($19) as the earthy mushrooms complemented well with the truffle paste and oil and the Cheddar Cheese Bacon Waffles ($20), which were so addictive that I almost finished the entire plate by myself. To counter the heaviness of the dish and to not make diners feel surfeited, a side of chive sour cream is served with it. The recent trended stuff donuts are also on display here as Nassim Hill has the Brioche Donut ($3.55) in both kaya or chocolate filling, the former was preferred for its texture and subtle sweetness.
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✨ Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar
📍 1 Killiney Road, Killiney Post Office Building, Level 2, Singapore 239518
🌐 http://nassimhill.com.sg/nh-killiney/
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Brioche donuts ($15). Contains 4 donuts. Two Kaya and two Valrhora Chocolate Cream. Donuts were good. They were fluffy and the coated of the sugar just elevates it. What could be better than deep fried dough coated with sugar? For the Kaya filling it was a little on the sweet side. It was fragrant and there's this slight egg-iness. But the sweet Kaya and sweet donut just made the donut a little too sweet. For the chocolate filling, it went well with the donut. The chocolate wasn't sweet and paired well with the sweet fluffy donut.

Cranberry Walnut Sourdough ($3.50). The sourdough was slightly sour and I like how there were lots of walnuts and sweet cranberry in the bread. Texture-wise the bread was quite chewy with added crunch from the walnuts and additional moisture from the cranberry.

Canelé ($3.80). A French pastry with a caramelized exterior and a moist, custard-y interior. I like how it was fragrant and how the outside had a slight crunch while the inside were slightly something like a Kueh texture.

Overall I really enjoyed the fluffy brioche donuts with it's generous fillings.

Their sour dough and pumpkin soup is really good ! Crab pasta is normal. The cafe is too noisy that I won’t be returning anytime soon..

Steak with 2 sunny side-ups, with house-made entrecôte sauce. I got medium but I thought it was slightly tough. I should have opted for medium rare. I found the portion very sufficient, and I was so pleasantly surprised to find that the egg yolks were so runny!

The ambience of the bistro was lovely too - quiet and romantic for a date and cosy enough for intimate gatherings with close friends.

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I was quite excited to try their 'signature' Belgian waffles as I really enjoyed crispy Belgian waffles in Brussels. However, these kinda disappointed me as they tasted way too yeasty and they couldn't blend the sweet-and-salty taste well. The strips of bacon were also dry and stale? That said, the chive sour cream sauce was tasty and thick -- it /almost/ saved the dish by smothering it...

Overall ®️: 6/10 The ambience is pretty nice here and I felt like I was transported out of Singapore with its spacious floor plan and stained glass windows. Can't really say the food was very good nor bad but what I tried out of the breakfast menu (before 11am) didn't impress. Perhaps I'll try their dinner menu next time...

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