Nassim Hill Bakery, Bistro & Bar

Setting
Facade of Nassim Hill Bakery, Bistro & Bar
Thanks to Imaginings (the folks behind Wala Wala and KPO), Tanglin Post Office now boasts an attractive next-door neighbor. New to the neighbourhood, Nassim Hill Bakery, Bistro & Bar (“Nassim Hill”) quietly beckons with an industrial-chic appeal of wooden tables alongside a long communal marble top counter in an airy space lined with raw concrete walls. Punctuating the walls are enormous glass windows proffering lush views of an empty glass patch next door (a rarity in land-scarce Singapore). It’s no surprise that this beauty has been luring the uppity neighbourhood crowd in droves.
What to expect?
Hot Reuben sandwich for lunch @ Nassim Hill Bakery, Bistro & Bar
Is it a bakery, a bistro or a gastro pub? Well, it’s a bit of all.
From 8am each day, Audrey Tan of Freshly Baked @ Kiliney churns out trays of rustic breads (highlighted by the excellent almond brioche) augmented by breakfast/brunch offerings including the likes of eggs benedict, charcuterie and waffles. Interestingly, Nassim Hill’s eggs benedict are served atop white ciabatta bread instead of toasted English muffin (yes, we prefer the latter).
By 11am, guests have the added option of ordering sandwiches (like the hot reuben with Emmental cheese, corned beef and sauerkrat), salads and soups from the wallet-friendly lunch menu where prices are capped are S$16.
Come 5pm, the dinner menu takes over and though we’ve yet to sample the goods, the menu is looking good with pizzas, pastas and mains like Grimbergen beer-battered fish with chips and a glaring outlier of Nonya beef tenderloin curry.
Wash it all down with Grimbergen draught beers-on-tap, the bistro’s pride and joy. Yes, you can tap the beers from as early as 8am. And for those who refrain from alcohol in the morning, there’s always coffee, tea and iced lemon tea.
Nassim Hill | 56 Tanglin Road #01-03 | Tel: 65-6835 1128 | www.nassimhill.com.sg
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