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.
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This is one of the best place to have breakfast and the service is fast.
My friend specified a very strong tea. Waiter wanted to charge her an additional $8 for an extra tea bag to add to her existing pot. Thats quite unacceptable.
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.