German Restaurants in Singapore

I have this mad obsession with list, so here’s the list of German restaurants in Singapore for you (and me) to try out. Due to their strategic location in the popular shopping malls, Brotzeit & Paulaner Brauhaus are arguably the better known German restaurants when it comes to German food in Singapore.

But I have heard good things about Werner’s Oven in the East, and I’m quite keen to go for Magma’s weekend brunch too. I already went to Paulaner Brauhaus a couple of weeks ago, so hopefully this list can spark your crave for German Beer, pork knuckle and sausages.

I just found my new love, her name is pork knuckles.

Bacchus
Blk 7 Dempsey Road
#01-02
Tel: +65 6474 6628

Brauhaus
101 Thomson Road
#B1-13/14 United Square
Tel: +65 6250 3116

Brotzeit Bier Bar & Restaurant
1 Harbourfront Walk
#01-149/-151 VivoCity
Tel: +65 6272 8815
Also available at Raffles city & 313 @ Somerset

Erich Imbiss & Backstube
40 Sago Street
Kreta Ayer Conservation Area
Tel: +65 6224 4420

Magma German Wine Bistro
2 Bukit Pasoh Road
Tel: +65 6221 0634

Paulaner Brauhaus
9 Raffles Boulevard
#01-01 Millenia Walk
Tel: +65 6883 2572

Stammtisch
805 Bukit Timah Road
#01-04 Sixth Avenue Centre
Tel: +65 6468 1649

Werner’s Oven
6 Upper East Coast Road
#01-02 Hacienda Grove
Tel: +65 6442 3897

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I will be adding this list to the top of my Delicious page page, if there’s any good places for German food that I’ve missed out, feel free to let me know and I’ll add on to this list. Please call the restaurant to confirm a reservation before going down.

Pork Knuckles is calling. Race you to try all the German restaurants in Singapore. Hurry up!

19 COMMENTS

stammtisch wasn’t anything nice. i was sorely disappointed. but they do bring in the white asparagus during its season and they prepare it pretty well. werner’s oven has good sauerkraut. very homestyle and they have nice pork snitchzel and this fried cheese appetizer if i remember correctly. both of them are frequented by the german expats in sg (daddy works in a german company). happy eating! :)

Simon: HAHAHA good eyesight! yeah it was, richard brought me there :p

Shirin: Actually quite little considering there’s only a few restaurants? but still, it will take some time for us to check out all of them one by one yeah? hee

LFB: you are the man for the job!

Joeron: Unfortunately no, i went for lunch during weekday. The brunch is only available during weekends, why don’t you try it and let me know? :D

brenda: Thanks for the tip-off! i always pass by the place but never seem to attract me. werner’s is kind of far (i stay in the west). but will definitely check it out when i happen to travel to the east!

Have no idea… but I heard that it had pork knuckles, steaks etc on the free flow.. so was kinda interested. Too bad its only on sundays.

recently I stumbled upon a german restaurant known as stuttgart black forest boutique scafe located at middle road below GSM building. I was surprised that the décor and the ambience of that place was fantastic. I also noticed that they do serve german food and beer. seems kinda of crowded when I was there.

There is one German Restaurant in Middle Road ( Bugis Area ) called Stuttgart Blackforest Boutique Cafe. Tried it once…a new dining experience for me ..not bad.Dishes that I recommended are their Pork Knuckle and the Blackforest Cake. Yummy ~

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