Delicious German (and Austrian) hotspots in Singapore

Delicious German (and Austrian) hotspots in Singapore
April 06 08:38 2017
This article was first published in April 2017 and updated in April 2019.

If you’re looking for some authentic schweinshaxe and some quality German beer, look no further than these establishments for your German fix!


german food in singapore

Brot (image credit: Brotzeit Facebook)

Promising a cheerful and memorable dining experience, Brotzeit has branches all over cities in Asia and Australia. Striving to introduce German cuisine to the masses, they’ve expanded multiple outlets around Singapore for you to get your German fix.

Try the hearty Goulash Soup, the fresh Pan Seared Barramundi, and the Crispy Oven Roasted Pork Knuckle that is one of their well-loved signatures. And aside from quintessential German dishes, they also have Austrian dishes on  their menu, such as the Breaded Veal Escalope which originates from Vienna.

Various locations, details on website.

Paulaner Brauhaus

german food in singapore

Paulaner (image credit: Paulaner Brauhaus Facebook)

Located in the quiet Millenia Walk, Paulaner Brauhaus is a German microbrewery and restaurant. Head to the bar on the first floor for a dining experience with hip music, or take a seat upstairs for more intimate and cosy vibe.

Order up a sausage platter for group sharing, and don’t miss out on the classic pork knuckle served with sauerkraut. Other highlights include the crispy Pan Fried Trout topped with almond butter and vegetables, along with the Atlantic Salmon Fillet served with iceberg lettuce. And of course, wash it all down with some German lager!

Address: 9 Raffles Boulevard, #01-01 Millenia Walk, Millenia Walk, 039596

Opening hours:

Mon to Fri 12-2.30pm, 6.30pm-10.30pm

Sat 6.30-10.30pm

Sun 11.30am-2.30pm 6.30pm-10.30pm

Stew Kuche

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Stew (image credit: Stew Kuche Facebook)

Stew Kuche, meaning Stew Kitchen in German, is a humble coffee shop that has gained fans for their authentic German cuisine. Located along Bukit Merah, each dish is carefully prepared and beautifully presented, like the Glazed Honey Fig with Toasted Pine Nut Salad pictured above.

And apart from serving one of the most value-for-money Pork Knuckles you can find here, other standout picks include the 10-hour braised Flatiron Steak Beef Stew with potato horseradish mash, pickled wine shallot and sautéed mushroom.

Address: Blk 119 Bukit Merah Lane 1 #01-40, Singapore 151119

Opening hours:

Tues to Fri 11am-3pm, 5-10pm

Sat & Sun 11am-3pm, 5-11pm

Otto Berlin Haus

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Otto (image credit: Otto Berlin Haus Facebook)

Another affordable pick, Otto Berlin Haus offers German staples at an inexpensive price point. They even have set lunches where you can get half a pork knuckle for just $10! They are housed within the Epic Haus hawker centre, and the place is indeed epic, with a variety of cuisines including Vietnamese and Japanese too.

Pork knuckles aside, there are other German dishes at Otto Berlin Haus such as Rosti, Oxtail Stew, and a variety of Bratwursts. For a hawker centre stall, their dishes are deliciously authentic. Oh, and be sure to grab a German beer while you’re there as well.

Address: Toa Payoh Lorong 8, Blk 211, #01-01, Singapore 310211

Opening hours:

Mon to Sat 11.30am-1am

Sun 11.30am-12am

HANS IM GLUCK German Burgergrill


HANS IM GLÜCK burger (image credit: HANS IM GLÜCK)

With an interior of birch tree trunks imported directly from Germany, you can’t get more authentic than HANS IM GLÜCK. While they are don’t serve traditional German food, their burgers are delicious and made with the freshest ingredients as their philosophy is focused on healthy food. There is a massive selection of burgers available with a choice of beef, chicken, vegetarian and even vegan. Top it all off with their secret HANS IM GLÜCK sauce and a side of sweet potato chips.

For the health conscious foodie, there are also choices of fresh and satisfying salads from the federvieh with grilled chicken breast, hard cheese & parmesan dressing to the rohköstlich with flavored with Asian dressing, lime & soy sauce. Top that with any home-made bread coming straight from the oven, and a wide array of mixed seeds and sprouts. The atmosphere is one of fun and good times with a “dining in the woods” feel.

Address: There are various different locations which you can see here.

Opening hours:

Sun – Th & PH 11 am – 12 am

Fri, Sat & Eve of PH 11 am – 1 am

Stuttgart Blackforest Boutique S-Cafe

Stuttgart Blackforest Boutique S-Café

Authentic sausages (image credit: Stuttgart Blackforest Boutique S-Café)

With an extensive menu and many claiming it to have the best pork knuckle and sauerkraut in Singapore, Stuttgart Blackforest Boutique S-Café is the place to go to get your fix of Swabian cuisine. If you’re a fan of sausages then you’ll be happy to know that they create their own specialty sausages.

Apart from the delicious German food, you will find the most authentic Black Forest cake, which is from the Black Forest region where it is better known as Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte. There is also a massive selection of imported wine from the same region which has a rich viticulture history. And some tasty Bavarian brews. There is also art from the Black Forest region and Stuttgart on display with a beautiful cuckoo clock.

Address: 9 Bras Basah Road #01-01 Rendezvous Hotel Gallery, Singapore 189559

Opening hours:

Monday to Sunday, 11am to 11pm (Last order: 10.30pm)

Brez’n Singapore (Closed)

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Brez’n (image credit: Brez’n Facebook)

Since a large part of German food is derived from Bavarian cuisine, we thought we’d include this authentic Bavarian restaurant on this list. “Brez’n” means pretzel, and they sure whip up some warm and tasty pretzels here!

Brez’n Singapore offers a variety of Bavarian classics, along with innovative pretzel sandwiches stuffed with ingredients like meat loaf, smoked salmon, and honey-leg ham.  Plus, they serve only the best beers, imported all the way from leading Bavarian breweries in Munich.

Address: Valley Point #01-21/22/23, 491 River Valley Road Singapore 248371

Opening hours:

Mon to Thurs 11.30am-11pm

Fri 11.30am-12am

Sat & Sun 10am-11pm

Keen to learn German? Why not try Lingo or one of these language schools in Singapore.

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