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Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar

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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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08:00am - 11:00pm

08:00am - 10:30pm

08:00am - 10:30pm

08:00am - 10:30pm

08:00am - 10:30pm

08:00am - 10:30pm

08:00am - 11:00pm

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Similar to their Chocolate one I shared about previously, their Kaya doughnut boasts an amazingly fluffy brioche that’s soft, springy, and very neutral in flavour, thus leaving the spotlight to the lovely kaya custard. Now, that custard: smooth, wonderfully perfumed, aaaaabsolutely delish. Just swipe left and see for yourselves guys it was beyond generous and utterly stunning.

The mud pie ($7++) features a cookie crust, filled with chocolate ganache. The portion is a little small but this was a delightful end to our meal! The chocolate filling is thick and rich, with a slight saltiness in the base to balance its palette.

Wasn’t expecting anything out of the ordinary from the Nassim Hill burger ($23++), but it surprised me with just how well done it was! The beef patty was tender, oozing with juices and fragrant with the scent of rosemary. The balsamic onions gave the perfect amount of acidity too! My only gripe is that I would have liked the buns to be fluffier and crispier - they felt a little stale, especially when laden with sauce.


Nassim Hill does a decent rendition of the chilli crab pasta ($25++), our local favourite! Their sauce is more starchy than most other places, but packs a fiery punch. Spaghetti was al dente and the portion of crab generous.

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When a deliveroo driver ringed our intercom and presented 4 loaves and 2 croissants with Nassim Hill stickers on Saturday- I was confused but later moved by a close friend’s gesture. Looks like my love for bread has been explicitly spelt out to my circle of friends.
Breakfast next morning was Nassim Hill’s croissants which are good but fall short of the perfect croissants with its thick doughy layers in the center. I apologies but I’ve had a lot of croissant to be nit-picky.
The almond brioche loaf was decent but slightly airy. It almost felt like too much dry ingredient, lacking the indulgent nature you’d expect of brioche. Yet strangely the butter content seeps through on a paper plate.
That said, there were definitely stand outs from the lot- I loved Nassim Hill’s sourdough for its thin crust. The sourdough starter used also gave the slices a nice tang without it being sharply acrid.
The milk chocolate “loaf” which was really a non-chilled cake was another delicious sweet treat I’d recommend.

4 pieces of waffles with a few strips of bacon - $20. Tbh it is quite underwhelming as it was listed as a main. Wont be coming back for this, perhaps other items on the menu.