About House of AnLi

Dear diners, please note that House of AnLi have gone cashless and now accept NETS and credit card only. Please also be aware that last orders is 9pm.

High Tea will be served from 3-6pm everyday.

Tucked away on the third storey of Tanglin Mall, just outside Singapore’s Orchard Road shopping belt, House of AnLi boasts inviting interiors and an all-day Belgian-inspired menu based on the family recipes of founder Anne-Jean Liétaer. Feel right at home in the bistro’s immaculate space, which features floor-to-ceiling bay windows that afford you relaxing views of the lush greenery on Tanglin Road. With freshly baked goodies and aromatic Allpress coffee, as well as heartier mains and brunch options on the menu, it’s no wonder that House of AnLi constantly buzzes with activity despite its rather obscure location. Bookings are essential.

Opening Times

Open now - Closes at 6:00 pm
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
9:00 am - 9:00 pm
9:00 am - 9:00 pm
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
9:00 am - 6:00 pm


House of AnLi
163 Tanglin Road, #03-17 Tanglin Mall
Singapore 247933

Main Menu

All Day Menu 2018 - Part 1


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All Day Menu 2018 - Part 4


Dinner Menu Sets 2018


More about House of AnLi, Singapore

With large floor-to-ceiling windows that offer sweeping views of the rich, verdant greenery along Tanglin Road, a shopping centre is one of the last places you would expect to find House of AnLi. Yet there it is, tucked away within Tanglin Mall, a cosy yet elegant bistro and store bringing furniture and homewares from Belgium and around Europe to the heart of Singapore – with an array of delectable Belgian specialities to boot.

Not to be missed from the all-day menu at House of AnLi are hot favourites like the zucchini bacon quiche; Maria’s Moussaka, a reinvention of the classic Greek moussaka; as well as the Ghentse Waterzooi, a Flemish stew of chicken fillet in a chicken broth with carrot and potato garnishings. For dessert, the signature mousse au chocolat at House of AnLi doesn’t disappoint, and neither does the ice cream selection, with unique flavours such as vanilla bourbon, pistachio, caramel salted butter flavours. They’re best complemented by a curated collection of imported beverages including coffee from Allpress, teas from Mariage Frères, champagnes from Virginie T, and last but not least, beers from some of Belgium’s best-loved labels. This gem in Singapore’s upmarket Tanglin district is a hit with both locals and expats alike, so we highly recommend you make a reservation in advance.

16 House of AnLi Reviews

16 Reviews
Noise levels:Pleasant
Value for money:Good value
Waiting time:Very good
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Pamela M.a month ago · 1 review

Service was very good and very attentive. The food was excellent with a wide variety, including beverages, to choose from. A favorite for breakfast or lunch.

Shannon S.4 months ago · 1 review

Good food and great ambience. Had the tea set which had a wide offering and came with 2 hot drinks. Really worth the price, would definitely come back again!

Calvin O.7 months ago · 17 reviews

Great ambience with beautiful decoration. Food was delicious and service was impeccable!

Calvin O.7 months ago · 17 reviews

Food was great and the service by the staff was impeccable. Beautiful interiors to compliment a wonderful lunch in a New Years Day! Highly recommended.

Dennis D.6 months ago · 1 review

Very pleasant environment. Service was absolutely first class. I was not impressed with the beef cheek (Belrian stew) and didn't eat most of it ...to their credit the waitress asked for feedback which I gave in good faith...the taste was not for me...the manager followed up and without expecting it presented a complimentary dessert...which I have to say was delicious! Dennis

Sin Tien T.5 months ago · 2 reviews

I ordered a belgian stew and very dissapointed. Shared with the staff abd she explained the beef cheek is cooked in stock, carrot n potato cooked separately. She seems apologetic and offered to change. I hate to waste to food and just finished whatever i could. FYI, stew = meat and veg cooked slowly in liquid in a closed pan or pot. This is not a stew but cooked separately and combined. Later another staff Josephine came to pass me the bill and asked if all is ok. I shared bout the stew and her reply was very defensive although she tried to be apologetic and commented I was the 1st to make such comment. She insist the beef cheek was cooked in the sauce and vege separate so it will not be soft😒. If the beef cheek is cooked in sauce the meat wilp definitely absorb the sauce into the meat. The beef cheek was tender but not a single trace of sauce when one cut through the meat. Definitely not coming back. If u need a photo. Yes i took one. I cant say I am a good cook but I know a stew.

Lisa B.7 months ago · 1 review

Gorgeous atmosphere and really delicious food. We brought our children for a late Christmas Eve lunch and really enjoyed it. Nice spot for a coffee or a cocktail.

John S.8 months ago · 100 reviews

Lovely little bistro with interesting decor. Food was good and service nice. If you order the lime water with ice, ask for some sugar to go along with it

helene Y.4 months ago · 3 reviews

nice food and quiet ambiance. a bit pricey thought. quite cold in the bistro,bring a shawl or cover your little ones. the design of the bistro is really nice.

Lubna A.7 months ago · 5 reviews

Lovely ambience. Food was alright but nothing spectacular. We were not wowed by either the mousaka or beef cheek stew. But the latte was scrumptious!