SINGAPORE RESTAURANT

Gemmills

Gemmill Lane's alleyway now houses a cafe, bar and bottle shop-in-one.

This back-alley space, which resembles a quaint and intimate French cafe, is a bottle shop, eatery and bar rolled into one. There are coffee, pastries, sandwiches (from $13) with fresh ingredients like rocket and pesto, and tarts like chocolate hazelnut (from $9) for the hungry breakfast/lunch crowd, and bar bites such as gourmet cheese (from $10 per 100g) and chartcuterie (from $7 per 50g). 

House pour wines go from $11. Names are on a rotational basis for take-home bottles, but they have New and Old World and boutique names, with some from more exotic locations like Hungary and Chile. 

Hot on the heels of their second restaurant, Maggie Joan's, Moosehead father-and-son team Glen and Daniel Ballis have launched Gemmills, an all-day dining bistro right next door.

This back-alley space, which resembles a quaint and intimate French cafe, is a bottle shop, eatery and bar rolled into one. There are coffee, pastries, sandwiches (from $13) with fresh ingredients like rocket and pesto, and tarts like chocolate hazelnut (from $9) for the hungry breakfast/lunch crowd, and bar bites such as gourmet cheese (from $10 per 100g) and chartcuterie (from $7 per 50g). 

House pour wines go from $11. Names are on a rotational basis for take-home bottles, but they have New and Old World and boutique names, with some from more exotic locations like Hungary.

Venue Details
Address: Gemmills, #01-02 110 Amoy St., Singapore, 069930 Singapore
Phone: 6221-5564
Area: Chinatown
Cuisine: Coffee shop
Open since: January, 2016
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11am-midnight
Nearest trainTelok Ayer
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