Last update: 25th July 2013
Much like the next door enclave of Duxton Hill, Ann Siang Hill is another popular hangout place with terrific tapas bar and vintage cafes. They are all hidden amidst the bright shophouses so take a walk and discover the vibes within Ann Siang Hill.
I could see myself having a simpleton lunch or a hearty dinner at Maxwell Hawker and walk up the hill just to grab something for tea or after-dinner meals.
So here’s my guide to all the shophouses found on Ann Siang Hill:
I paid $39.45 for just two delicious cakes and two disappointing beverages. It was unjustified by the even more upsetting services. A downright disappointment and I should have taken the hint not to visit the place after reading so many bad reviews about this particular outlet of Antoinette .
I will still recommend people to try Antoinette’s uniquely French creations if they have the spare cash to spend or if they have yet to try them yet. But never will I recommend the tea room at Scarlet Hotel again.
Scarlet Hotel #01-02/03
33 Erskine Road, Singapore 06 3333
Tel: +65 6557 0417
Cugini is a nice place to consider if pastas and pizzas are on your mind on that day. Almost everything is make fresh and make with the best ingredients. That’s what Italian cuisine is all about.
87 Club Street #01-01
Tel: +65 6221 3791
What started of as a family business has ended with restaurants and bistro bars sprung up all across Singapore. Their tiramisu always seem to be the talk among my fellow friends. I tried their rendition of the popular Italian desserts and I daresay it’s one of the best in Singapore. Their outlet at Club Street offers a series of three course set lunches reasonably priced at $28++. They change their menus regularly so you will never tire out of the same old dishes especially if you have frequent cravings for their best seller tiramisu.
80 Club Street, Singapore 069448
Tel: +65 6224 7081
This cafe is the first thing I think off whenever I’m within the area and it’s no wonder why. Kki’s cakes are highly popular within the local patisserie industry. Popular enough that most of their cakes are sold out almost everytime I visit the place by late evening. No one can say they love cakes unless they visit Kki and try their petite creations, at least once. A well worthy note to remember, all good things come at a price and conducting your tea session here won’t come cheap…
7 Ann Siang Hill, Singapore 069791
Tel: +65 6225 6650
A modern Spanish gastro bar with a nice contemporary modern design, featuring a full height customed designed wine cellar and an extended wine tasting table housing an expansive selection of international wines. Another nice place to consider if you like Spanish food.
49 Club Street, Singapore 069426
Tel: +65 6534 8812
Need somewhere quiet to set the day right? How about Le Chocolaty Cafe housed under a boutique hotel? Happiness can come in the form of rainbow cake you know?
The Club Hotel
28 Ann Siang Road, Singapore 069708
Tel: +65 6808 2188
My aunt has been known to have her Truffle Fries for afternoon tea at PS Cafe. Are they that good? I guess so. Just take note that the branch at Ann Siang Hill only admits Adults and Teenagers only. Reservations are highly recommended to dine at such posh restaurant. Online reservations will do just fine as well.
45 Ann Siang Road #02-02 (Entrance via Ann Siang Hill Park)
Tel: +65 6222 3143
Three things you need to know about Senso. 1. Authentic Italian cuisine. 2. Fine-dining restaurant. 3. Impeccable service. Do I need to go any further and talk about the number of awards they won? This might just be the place if you’re looking to celebrate specials occasion over fancy cocktails to make the day more memorable. Their Sunday Prosecco Brunch priced at $98++ is a huge hit so reservations are definitely a must.
8 Ann Siang Hill, Singapore 069788
Tel: +65 6224 8502
Ann Siang Hill is that nice fancy place to have your meals, catch up and chit chat with friends and family. Given the vary of cafes and bars along the stretch of road, I could see myself coming back every once in a while just to check out what’s the next in thing to dine.