While the Churchill Room today still evokes an old world charm, it has evolved with the times to offer fine dining cuisine using modern cooking methods. Our menus are specially curated by Churchill Room Chef Aaron, who honed his culinary skills in a 2-star Michelin restaurant in Germany and established restaurants in Resorts World Sentosa and Marina Bay Sands.

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Featuring Chef Aaron Wong

Prior to joining The Tanglin Club, Churchill Room Chef Aaron Wong honed his culinary skills in a 2-star Michelin restaurant in Germany and established restaurants in Resorts World Sentosa and Marina Bay Sands, namely Ocean Restaurant by Cat Cora and db Bistro & Oyster Bar. Chef Aaron enjoys challenges and makes it a point to participate in culinary competitions as frequently as his schedule permits, winning at least an award each year. His achievements include the ‘Apprentice Chef of the Year Award’ in the 2016 Singapore World Gourmet Summit and ‘Best Commis Award’ in the 2014 Bocuse d'Or Asia-Pacific Shanghai Selection.


Operating Hours

Lunch (Mondays & Wednesday to Friday)

12 noon to 3.00pm (Last order: 2.30pm)

Dinner (Mondays)

6.00pm to 9.00pm (Last order: 8.30pm)

Monday Tze Char Night & Restricted Tavern Menu only

Dinner (Wednesday to Friday)

6.30pm to 10.00pm (Last order: 9.30pm)


Lunch: Closed

Dinner: 6.30pm to 10.00pm (Last order: 9.30pm)


Lunch: 11.30am to 2.30pm (Last order: 2.00pm)

Dinner: Closed

Tuesdays & Public Holidays


Upcoming Closures / Promotions

Every Sunday in December: Festive Sunday Brunch

Every Sunday in January: Tanglin Sunday Brunch

Every Sunday in February: Chinese New Year Sunday Brunch

11 February: Fully Booked for Chinese New Year Eve Reunion Dinner

The History

The Churchill Room – still unnamed at that time – was first opened on 22 November 1957, the night of the annual Tanglin ball, and was well-received by Members. A bottle of Black Label whisky was offered as the prize for a suitable name which should have ‘home or London associations’. Six Members suggested the ‘Churchill Room’ and lots had to be drawn for the prize, finally won by Mr A.T. de B. Wilmot.

The new Churchill Room was an instant success, so successful that the kitchen could not cope. A special circular was sent to Members explaining the situation and urging their cooperation, such as asking large dinner parties to order a set menu rather than à la carte.

Despite being 8,000 miles away, Sir Winston Churchill was not totally unaware of the room named in his honour. In 1957, Club President Dr Robert Calderwood had written to request a signed photograph of Sir Winston which he collected and presented to the Club in September 1958 with Churchill’s best wishes; the present whereabouts of this, unfortunately, is not known.


Rules & Regulations

General Dress Code

Members, guests and children are required to be presentably dressed at all times in a manner consistent with the character and standing of the Club.

Members, guests or children who are considered to be incorrectly attired may be refused entry or requested to leave the Club, or any part thereof, by a Member of the General Committee or the Management.

The General Committee may, from time to time, vary the dress codes set out herein for particular events or functions. Such variations will be made clear in the publicity for such events or functions.

Unless otherwise specified herein (for example, in the Churchill Room), the dress code in all parts of the Club (to be known as “Club Standard”) shall be:



(i) Shirt (including polo shirt) with collar; or safari jacket; trousers; with closed type shoes. Socks must be worn in the Churchill Room.

(ii) Formal national attire of the wearer.


(i) Dress, skirt or trousers with suitable top or blouse; shoes.

(ii) Formal national attire of the wearer.


Boys: Shirt (including polo shirt) with collar; trousers or shorts; with closed type shoes.

Girls: Dress, skirts or trousers with suitable top or blouse; shoes.


Cut, frayed, tattered or dirty items of dress are not permitted in any part of the Club.

No racist, anti-religious or offensive slogans or wordings allowed on any part of the attire.

Outdoor headgear shall not be worn within the Main Clubhouse other than personal religious headgear.

No sports attire or jogging, trainer or similar shoes may be worn within the Clubhouse unless walking through the Main Lobby to or from the Sports Complex.

Swimwear or wet exercise clothes are not allowed at all Food & Beverage outlets excluding the outdoor dining area & patio of the Wheelhouse Restaurant.

Bulky sports equipment bags example golf, tennis or squash racquet bags are not allowed in all Food & Beverage outlets. They may be stored in lockers in the Changing Rooms or at the Main Reception.


Churchill Room Dress Code

Subject to the provisions of the above, the following are permitted during lunch on Monday to Friday and Sunday:

(i) Proper jeans

(ii) Bermudas

(iii) Shorts

(iv) Casual footwear (flip flops and slippers are excluded)


Child Policy

Children may accompany their parents/guardians for lunch in the Churchill Room on Mondays to Fridays lunchtime and Sundays.