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Nassim Hill Bistro and Restaurant @ Tanglin Road

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I can always count on Nassim Hill for that comforting meal no matter what time of the day or week. Recently, we found ourselves craving for a place to dine, without the fuss and crowds and some decent grub. Didn't help that they were having a corgi meet up there too! Too cute to ignore, though I wish I remembered to take a snap of those gorgeous dogs.



Chilli Crab Pasta ($25)
Jumbo Crab, Chilli Crab Sauce, Spaghetti
I'm always sold on chilli crab pasta, not just chilli crab because this is my favourite crustacean in a dish without getting my fingers dirty at all.


And boy was it a legit gamble. The spiciness was just right and infact, close to my idea of a potent chilli crab dish. Loved the generous crabmeat chunks as well and slurpworthy noodles. In my opinion, best interpretation of chilli crab pasta on our island!


Seabass ($25)
Seared Seabass, Shitake Mushrooms, Sauteed Spinach, Edamame Beans

Despite a fresh and delicious start with the pasta, the seabass had a nosedive with a muddy aftertaste. Sauteed spinach and edamame however was a well put together combination!


Tonkatsu ($21)
Panko crusted pork loin, red cabbage slaw, 75 degree poached egg

While the poached egg was almost an epic fail, it would definitely fare better as part of a breakfast set with kopi. The panko crusted pork loin was stunning on its own, loved the crumbs and crispyness of this gave the Japanese tonkatsu a run for its money.

Portions are a tad small overall, except for pasta. Delicious fare and worth returning for! 

Nassim Hill Bakery
55 Tanglin Road

A foodie born to eat, shop and travel. Forced to work.

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