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7 Best German Restaurants in Singapore [2023]

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Best German Restaurant Singapore
Best German Restaurant Singapore

With a population of over 5.6 million people, Singapore is a multicultural country that has something for everyone! With so many different cultures and nationalities living in the same small space, it’s no wonder there are german restaurants to suit all tastes! In this blog – we take a look at 7 german restaurants that offer excellent food and ambience in Singapore.

1) Werner’s Oven

Werner’s Oven - German Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Werner’s Oven)
Werner’s Oven – German Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Werner’s Oven)
MUST-TRYGrunkohl Mit Rauchwurst Und Kassler
WEBSITEwww.wernersoven.com.sg
ADDRESS49 Joo Chiat Place, Singapore 427773
PHONE+65 6442 3897
EMAILNIL
OPERATING HOURSTue to Sun: 08:30 – 22:00

Werner’s Oven has been catering to Singapore’s most discerning palates for over 20 years, and it is no stranger to serving some of the city’s finest rustic German cuisine. Despite its modest appearance, this eatery has developed a loyal following that includes fans from all across Singapore.

Looking for a hearty dinner on a cold, rainy day? If the aroma of the bread doesn’t pique your interest, the portions will surely entice you! Werner’s Oven provides generous portions at an affordable price and is bursting with delicious tastes, premium ingredients, and bite-sized morsels.

Key Differentiators:

  • One of the first German bakeries in Singapore
  • Good service and warm hosting
  • Extended opening hours

Customer Review:

True to their description it’s really a generous portion and whenever a place dares to serve oxtail with just a spoon u know you’re in for a treat.

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2) Paulaner Brauhaus Singapore

Paulaner Brauhaus Singapore - German Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Paulaner Brauhaus Singapore)
Paulaner Brauhaus Singapore – German Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Paulaner Brauhaus Singapore)
MUST-TRYHomebrewed beers
WEBSITEhttps://www.paulaner-brauhaus-singapore.com/
ADDRESS9 Raffles Boulevard #01-01 Millenia Walk 039596 Singapore
PHONE+65 6883 2572
EMAILinfo@paulaner-brauhaus-singapore.com
OPERATING HOURSBar, Level 1
Monday – Sunday 11am – 10:30pm
Restaurant, Level 2
Wednesday to Sunday 5:30pm – 10:30pm

Paulaner Brauhaus Singapore is a lovely bar and restaurant where you can sample freshly brewed and tapped beer with traditional German fare. This trendy pub and restaurant have been brewing handcrafted high-quality beers for decades.

They just use high-quality ingredients like water, malt, hops, and yeast to create great brewed beverages. The culinary scene at this cafe includes hearty dishes such as roasted pork knuckle, delicious schnitzel, and pasta dishes!

Key Differentiators:

  • Beer and carnival events
  • Seasonal specials
  • Exclusive deals

Customer Review:

Honestly, the service is fantastic. Food tastes great and amazing ambiance. You can choose to dine or have drinks here and there will not be problems. 1for1 or free-flow deals. Really had a great time.

Frank Pua

3) Brotzeit German Bier Bar and Restaurant

Brotzeit German Bier Bar and Restaurant - German Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Brotzeit German Bier Bar and Restaurant)
Brotzeit German Bier Bar and Restaurant – German Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Brotzeit German Bier Bar and Restaurant)
MUST-TRYCrispy Oven-Roasted Pork Knuckles
WEBSITEhttps://brotzeit.co/
ADDRESSVivoCity
1 HarbourFront Walk #01-149/151, VivoCity Singapore 098585

Raffles City
252 North Bridge Road, #01-17 Raffles City Shopping Centre, Singapore 179103

Katong
126 East Coast Rd, Singapore 428811

Westgate
3 Gateway Drive #01-04, Westgate Singapore 608532
PHONEClick here
EMAILinfo@brotzeit.co
OPERATING HOURS11AM – 10:30PM

Brotzeit is a home-grown company that specializes in traditional German cuisine served with world-class German beer in a contemporary atmosphere.

Brotzeit is a wonderful place to dine, and one that will provide a charming experience, unique, trustworthy, and memorable! This is a fantastic location to catch up with family and friends for a nice and lengthy dinner in an intimate setting. Their delicious Pork Knuckle and juicy bratwurst have left critics breathless.

Key Differentiators:

  • Wide variety of German beers
  • The menu is derived from Bavarian cuisine
  • Gift cards

Customer Review:

A great outdoor experience. Hangar Ng by the water enjoying a nice cold German Weissbier and some snacks or a hearty meal. A lot of sharing plate options available for groups of people dining. The prices are extremely reasonable and the food is delicious. Definitely worth a drop-in as a party of two… or a number of friends.

Mark Azzopardi

4) Hans Im Glück

Hans Im Glück - German Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Hans Im Glück)
Hans Im Glück – German Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Hans Im Glück)
MUST-TRYHANS IM GLÜCK with a sourdough bun and sweet potato fries
WEBSITEhttps://hansimglueck-burgergrill.sg
ADDRESSOrchard Road Outlet:
362 Orchard Road, Singapore 238887

Boat Quay Outlet:
71 Boat Quay, Singapore 049860

Vivo City Outlet:
Vivo City #01-57, Harbourfront Walk, Singapore 098585
PHONE+65 9750 1488
EMAILinfo@hig-burgergrill.sg
OPERATING HOURSMonday – Sunday:
6am – 4am

The HANS IM GLÜCK dining experience is not only superbly suited to your taste buds, but it’s also visually stunning. If you’re sitting outside, don’t worry; the restaurants’ outlets are strategically positioned to provide you with the finest views of Singapore while you eat.

Here, you’ll feel well-fed after a meal – their regular burgers include cold and hot drinks, which adds to the dining experience. We adore that they allow you to choose whether or not your burger comes with a sourdough bun, multigrain bun, or simply no bun at all. The patty may also be made from chicken, beef, and vegan options.

Key Differentiators:

  • Outdoor dining
  • Best views of Singapore
  • Menu caters to a variety of preference

Customer Review:

No doubt this is a great place to chill with friends, but I found it is also a unique place to have a quality “me time”. This restaurant has a nice ambience and an awesome view of the river and Marina Bay Sands. After a long walk along the Singapore River, I was immediately delighted when I walked in. Good selection of burgers and German beer. Reasonable price and very nice and helpful staff. I certainly enjoyed it very much.

YJ Vicky Cheng

5) Stew Kuche

Stew Kuche - German Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Stew Kuche)
Stew Kuche – German Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Stew Kuche)
MUST-TRYGerman pork knuckle with a Singaporean twist
WEBSITEhttp://www.facebook.com/stewkuche
ADDRESS119 Bukit Merah Lane 1 #01-40Singapore, Singapore
PHONE+65 6276 6445
EMAILchuakiattat@gmail.com
OPERATING HOURSTuesday – Friday 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM 5:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Saturday – Sund11:00 AM – 3:00 PM 5:30 PM – 11:00 PM

The menu at Skirtti’s is vast and diverse, ranging from German, Italian, Swiss, to French cuisine. The restaurant has a wide range of menu options. Grill items include mixed grills, 8 types of sausages, kinds of pasta, stew dishes, Swiss rostis, salads, and traditional German sides.

Stew must be a standout, as the store’s name indicates. Ossobucco for veal meat fans, oxtail stew for the brave, lamb shank for Mediterranean dieters, beef goulash for serious German foodies, and seafood stew are just a few of the options.

Key Differentiators:

  • German fusion meals
  • Extensive range of German beers
  • Pork knuckles at reasonable prices

Customer Review:

A pretty decent and delicious pork knuckle. Really worth the price, one of the cheapest in Singapore. The place also offers an extensive range of craft beers choices. The stall selling seafood also serves crispy outside but soft inside calamari.

Stelliana Siswanto

6) Wilder Mann

Wilder Mann - German Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Wilder Mann)
Wilder Mann – German Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Wilder Mann)
MUST-TRYSchweinschnitzel “Jäger Art” mit Pommes
WEBSITEhttp://www.wilder-mann.com.sg/
ADDRESS906M Upper Thomson Road S(787110)
PHONE6459 1090
EMAILwildermannsg@gmail.com
OPERATING HOURSTues – Sun: 6pm – 10pm

Are you looking for delectable German foods that are within your budget? If so, Wilder Mann is the place to go! They have around 20 bottled beers on their menu, with the majority of them coming from Germany.

Traditionally, German cuisine is made with many spices and flavorings. Sausages are a must-have food in Germany, as they are found on almost every menu. They also offer simple yet tasty German meals such as homemade potato salad, schnitzels, meatloaf, and of course sausages! Traditional pork knuckles are a must-have!

Key Differentiators:

  • Cosy ambience
  • Quirky yet iconic cocktails
  • German pork and meat dishes

Customer Review:

Always favourite place for German beer.. their all-time favourite “Pork Chop”, fries with curry powder, German sausages. Now is even more convenient, alight at Springleaf Station. EXIT 2, a min walk to the restaurant.

Charlene Oo

7) Stuttgart Blackforest Boutique S-Café

Stuttgart Blackforest Boutique S-Café - German Restaurant Singapore (Credit: S-Café)
Stuttgart Blackforest Boutique S-Café – German Restaurant Singapore (Credit: S-Café)
MUST-TRYTraditional German delights, Signature desserts, Luxurious interior
WEBSITEhttps://www.scafe.com.sg/
ADDRESS35A Scotts Road, Singapore 228228
PHONE6336 8675
EMAILshop@scafe.com.sg
OPERATING HOURS11am to 7pm (Sundays to Thursdays)
11am to 9pm (Fridays, Saturdays and eve of Public holidays and Public Holidays)

Stuttgart Blackforest Boutique S-Café offers various cake and coffee alternatives as its primary menu options, demonstrating that German cuisine specializes in sweets as well! They specialize in Swabian cuisine, which includes hearty comforts meals like Beef Goulash Stew and Maultaschen, a Swabian dumpling.

Aside from these foods, their ice-cold German beer is also a must-try item on the menu. You’ll also enjoy their Black Forest cake, finely brewed coffee, and other imported drinks.

Key Differentiators:

  • German beers
  • Art gallery exhibitions
  • Beerfest events

Customer Review:

The Black Forest cake is the best I’ve tried – I’ve had some in Austria, Germany, and the UK. At S$ 16/slice it’s not cheap, but worth every bite. The shop was open only for cakes and drinks when we visited. The hot chocolate was also very good.

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German Restaurant Singapore

Germany is known for its gourmet cuisine, and Singapore has no shortage of German restaurants. These seven are some of the best in Singapore that will satisfy your craving for hearty meals or a quick bite to eat. If you’re looking for something traditional with authentic flavors, these establishments have it all! You’ll find everything from pork knuckles to pizza on their menus. No matter what you order, we are sure you won’t be disappointed by anyone establishment listed here.

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