Sunday brunch at Aniba is a Mediterranean affair that’s not to be missed

Embark on a culinary adventure with Aniba’s new Sunday brunch menu, inspired by the lively markets of the Middle East, elevating your gastronomical experience with rich flavours from the freshest ingredients.

The entrance to Aniba. Photo by Aniba

Whoever said breakfast is the most important meal of the day clearly hasn’t had brunch at Aniba. Meaning ‘Here I Come’, the restaurant evokes anticipation, and anticipate you will, as your tastebuds get ready for a harmonious play on flavours between east and west – inspired by a voyage across seas and continents.

Opened by the Foragers, the same group that brought Miznon and North Miznon to Singapore, Aniba is a mesmerising space that opens with a dark, cavernous passageway with coppery scales for walls, leading you into a dining room of ancient hieroglyphs, a bustling open kitchen and gorgeous bar for a centrepiece.The moody interior is matched by groovy music and a swanky vibe, and the panoramic views of the Singapore River and skyline are a real treat, night or day.

Don’t let those views (or calories) go to waste, and skip Sunday breakfast for brunch at Aniba. From 11am to 3pm, embark on a one-of-a-kind culinary adventure with its new Mediterranean Sunday brunch menu that’s inspired by the lively markets of the Middle East, and be prepared for a lot of fish, a lot of vegetables and a lot of herbs.

Available at S$125 per head and great for parties of various sizes, it covers all the bases, from the challah and mezze to the salads, sharing platters and sweets. Dip pillowy soft challah into Paprika Aioli, Hummus Asli, Whipped Goat Cheese and Aubergine, and wipe them clean. Cleanse the palate with an Arak-Cured Salmon Gravlax and Roasted Beetroot Salad, and then be blown away by a mighty feast of Yemenite Pancake-Wrapped Fish Kebab, Ocean Sausage Shakshuka and more. Those with a sweet tooth will also enjoy the Chocolate Tart and Pistachio Affogato.

There’s also the option to spoil yourself with free-flow drinks (S$70/99 per head), and if you are big on cocktails, great news. You can stop by during dinner time where an intoxicating new cocktail menu beckons you with multi-dimensional flavours of the Middle East, European techniques and Southeast Asian flair, elevating tradition with invention. The curated selection embraces the drinking trends of old and new, harmonising the East and West in style. Just how we like it.

6 Battery Road,
05-03 Bonham Street,
Private lift from Riverfront Entrance,
Singapore 049909
Tel: +65 9668 8036